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Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/07 11:20:49 (permalink)
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I use a "soft socket" on mine.




Preferable if you've fitted a new set nuts all round. Probably not much point on old ones. I don't think the wheel brace that came with the car has a soft insert?
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Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/08 23:09:49 (permalink)
I bought some replacements from Max (frazerpart) 
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Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/09 09:30:51 (permalink)
I needed 4 in the end, carparts4less were just about the cheapest for Bimecc nuts. Over a fiver each before discount though.
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Re: Wheel nuts. 2019/12/22 15:25:48 (permalink)
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I bought some replacements from Max (frazerpart) 




Just browsing on ebay, £11.98 each from him.....
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Re: Wheel nuts. 2020/01/02 20:16:33 (permalink)
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Free Delivery & £3.50 each
https://www.exelwheels.co.uk/Accessories---Info.html
 
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Thanks, my set isn't matching and I am wary of buying off eBay as these aren't the sort of thing you want going pear shaped!

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Re: Wheel nuts. 2020/01/04 17:08:39 (permalink)
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924Srr27l
Free Delivery & £3.50 each
https://www.exelwheels.co.uk/Accessories---Info.html
 
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Thanks, my set isn't matching and I am wary of buying off eBay as these aren't the sort of thing you want going pear shaped!




The guy at exelwheels was very helpful, but out of stock when I asked. He recommended the place I bought mine from, for OE nuts.
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Re: Wheel nuts. 2020/01/07 10:30:04 (permalink)
I changed to steel open nuts years ago and have never looked back. 

Current:
2002 996 3.6 C2
1988 944 Turbo S (not exactly standard)
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Re: Wheel nuts. 2020/01/07 21:27:46 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Eldavo 2020/01/08 10:47:46
Eldavo
I changed to steel open nuts years ago and have never looked back. 




You haven't used your car for years though 
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Re: Wheel nuts. 2020/01/08 10:47:40 (permalink)
Certainly not this decade!

Current:
2002 996 3.6 C2
1988 944 Turbo S (not exactly standard)
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2006 987 Boxster 2.7
1988 944 2.7
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