Wheel Nuts & Bolts

Wheel nuts and wheel bolts aren’t exactly the most exciting talking point but they do play a very important part in making sure your beloved aftermarket wheels stay securely fastened to your car.

Various options such as tuner nuts and bolts are used when there’s not enough space in the bolt hole of a wheel to fit a standard-sized wheel nut or wheel bolt. Traditional wheel nuts and bolts have a hexagonal top, whereas tuner nuts and bolts often feature a key that is inserted into them. Unfortunately, standard sockets and spanners will not tighten or remove this type of wheel nut or bolt. With that said, it pays to know which wheel nut or bolts you need not only based on the type of wheels you're fitting but also the vehicle you drive.

Wheel nuts and wheel bolts aren’t exactly the most exciting talking point but they do play a very important part in making sure your beloved aftermarket wheels stay securely fastened to your car.

Wheel Nuts & Bolts

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  1. BMW wheel stud conversion
    £1.92 £1.60
  2. Nissan extended front wheel studs
    £2.46 £2.05
  3. Wheel Stud Conversion Kit M14x1.5
    £1.92 £1.60
  4. 17mm Steel Wheel Nuts

    From £0.96 £0.80

    From £0.96 £0.80

  5. Spline Drive Wheel Nuts - 7 Colours (Pack of 20)

    From £31.67 £26.39

  6. Internal Drive Tuner Wheel Nuts - 5 Colours (Pack of 20)

    From £22.07 £18.39

  7. Single Wheel Bolt M14x1.25 - Black
    £1.00 £0.83
  8. Locking Wheel Nuts (Tuner ) - 6 Colours Available

    From £10.50 £8.75

  9. WORK Open End Racing Aluminium Wheel Nuts

    From £108.00 £90.00 Regular Price £120.00

    From £108.00 £90.00 Regular Price £120.00

Wheel nuts and wheel bolts aren’t exactly the most exciting talking point but they do play a very important part in making sure your beloved aftermarket wheels stay securely fastened to your car. Various options such as tuner nuts and bolts are used when there’s not enough space in the bolt hole of a wheel to fit a standard-sized wheel nut or wheel bolt. Traditional wheel nuts and bolts have a hexagonal top, whereas tuner nuts and bolts often feature a key that is inserted into them. Unfortunately, standard sockets and spanners will not tighten or remove this type of wheel nut or bolt. With that said, it pays to know which wheel nut or bolts you need not only based on the type of wheels you're fitting but also the vehicle you drive.