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Ya big lug.
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SubmitterDodgemanMore Photos from Dodgeman   Last Update2007/7/9 16:28    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Ever wonder what "GENUINE" Watinabe lug nuts look like?
I did, & now I know. They are stainless & have a floating conical collar that does not rotate once it contacts the wheel.
The pack comes with its own socket too.
Even the valve stems are the genuine item.

These are for 'My Lovely' [Sunny KB10GL]
Thanks again Matt for all your help & encouragement.

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WhiteSedan
Posted: 2007/7/9 16:37  Updated: 2007/7/9 16:37
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 Re: Ya big lug.
Technologically advanced wheel nuts, only wats really deserve them anyway.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2007/7/10 7:24  Updated: 2007/7/10 7:24
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 Re: Ya big lug.
Well now then, that makes Watanabes worth the extra dollars -- those are nice. I recently paid $18 for a set of regular lug nuts, but I don't expect them to stay rust-free for more than a few years.

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beattie
Posted: 2007/7/10 11:03  Updated: 2007/7/10 11:03
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 Re: Ya big lug.
ohhh what would a set of these set me back?

Not that anybody would notice

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2007/7/10 12:15  Updated: 2007/7/10 12:15
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 Re: Ya big lug.
I haven't been advised of the price yet, I don't think you want to know. I'm not even sure that I want to know.
Ahhhh what the hell, quality doesn't cost, ... it pays.

Ddgonzal. Beeswax, thats what I believe will help keep the chrome sealed & protected. Put it onto a nicely warmed part & allow it to penetrate the pores of the metal, particularly chrome, which is porous, & you should get many more years out of them, but be sure to re-apply periodically for continued protection.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2017/8/7 8:24  Updated: 2017/8/7 8:24
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 Re: Ya big lug.
カラー付
With color

Pitch = 1.25

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2017/8/11 14:28  Updated: 2017/8/11 14:28
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 Re: Ya big lug.
A set of these came up for sale recently & I seriously contemplated buying them. The timing was interesting as I came to re-visit this forum at about the same time & to also re-visit my old picture threads.
Lo & behold, I found this image & remembered that I bought these years ago & they are stored in amongst all of the other stuff that I have stashed for longer than I remember.
Oldtimers disease sucks.