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    Prorock 9/16 Lug Nuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Deacon View Post
    SO if Im reading that right - thats $160 for lug nuts
    Sounds about right

    You really just need the same length, I'm sure there are cheaper ones out there. I just know for a fact these work

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    Prorock 9/16 Lug Nuts

    [QUOTE=g00se04;888101]I had to run these for my HD 60/60 set to work with atx beadlocks

    Exactly what i am running. Check your rear lugs to see if they are much longer than the front.

    DPAccessories D3613XL-2305/20 20 Chrome 9/16-18 Closed End XXL Bulge Acorn Lug Nuts - Cone Seat - 7/8" Hex Wheel Lug Nut https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JH1H2A4..._tnE49ISfEtfIS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkzinger View Post
    Exactly what i am running. Check your rear lugs to see if they are much longer than the front.
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    Any idea of the length of these ? But yes the rear lug stems are longer then the front - the 1.7" lugs secured the front wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deacon View Post
    Any idea of the length of these ? But yes the rear lug stems are longer then the front - the 1.7" lugs secured the front wheels
    Here is what fits. DPAccessories D3613XL-2305/20 20 Chrome 9/16-18 Closed End XXL Bulge Acorn Lug Nuts - Cone Seat - 7/8" Hex Wheel Lug Nut https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JH1H2A4..._tnE49ISfEtfIS


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    Prorock 9/16 Lug Nuts

    I’m still using them, they just look like crap up close.

    $27 shipped for 32 i got cheap quality metal - which I expected at less than a buck a lug. I will replace them eventually, but I don’t drive a show jeep, I just want it safe and reliable.

    IMO the 2.3” lugnuts are a tad too long. They keep the socket off the powder coat though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by highoctane View Post
    I have the 3" Gorilla lug nuts. They stick out plenty and allow you to remove/install lug nuts without tearing up the wheels.

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    These are what I have as well. You are going to pull the wheels a lot when you set up your axles. These are high quality and long enough to keep your socket off the wheel.


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    Prorock 9/16 Lug Nuts

    Just wanted to share with everyone that I tried the 2” DP accessories lugs and they were just too short. I ultimately went with the 3” Gorilla lugs (as earlier recommended). Good to roll!

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