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Old 12-05-2011, 11:19 AM
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Had a couple questions on them. Have any of you had issues with the center caps coming off? Also do I need new lugs for them?
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I had my kids bust them off from climbing on them, but with just normal driving, I never had a problem. Oh and they are PROUD of those pieces of plastic! They are EXPENSIVE to replace

PS. I ended up with new locking lugs as part of the deal, but to answer your question, yes, the Moto Metals use acorn style lug nuts, while the stock wheels use flat lug nuts. (If you are running aftermarket wheels and a factory spare, you should keep a set of 8 of the factory lug nuts or when the time comes, you will realize you cannot mount up your spare tire.)
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I have a buddy that has the 951. He likes them. He hasnt had any problems with the center cap coming off.
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Ok good that was my worry. I ordering new ones for when I put wheels on and wanted to make sure there worth it. Ya they are very proud of them that price is stupid high for what they are.
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i have the 951's and lose the caps all the time! wheels look awsome but cap's suck

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