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Old 03-20-2017, 02:00 AM
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Default Stainless clad early lug nuts for Chevy

SOLDDo your own research. I understand these are difficult to find. Top one in picture has some damage. I believe it can be repaired, but you decide. PP F&F All 3 $70 shipped. OBO Thanks sYc
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"I understand these are difficult to find."

Yeah, all the retards at the dealer and tire stores destroyed them with impact guns.
I don't think they are reproduced, unless it is a recent development.
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:45 AM
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"I understand these are difficult to find."

Yeah, all the retards at the dealer and tire stores destroyed them with impact guns.
I don't think they are reproduced, unless it is a recent development.
Good point, but not only that Lynn, these are an early style I am told for 1970 Z &T/A. And yes, not correctly reproduced.
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Really need off shore contact who would/could repop about 10,000 pcs ?????
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Really need off shore contact who would/could repop about 10,000 pcs ?????

Much rather see an AMERICAN contact who would/could repop about 10,000 pcs.
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Amen TDW! We as Americans need to quit sending everything overseas to get reproduced. All we get back is low priced junk and we need to keep our people working!
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Those look like the one I got with my 74 z/28
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If those are the lugs I'm thinking of, they would corrode and swell under the metal sleeve and you could not get the correct lug socket on them due to the sleeve being swollen...

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See this.. http://www.ebay.com/itm/23-NOS-1969-...p2047675.l2557
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Reproductions are available, but they are not exact in appearance, and worse yet, the tapered area that seats against the lug hole in the wheel is FAR smaller in contact area than those originals pictured above. I found out the hard way and ruined a wheel because of it
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