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I currently have a 2003 fx4 and wanted to get a gorilla lock lug nut set. I was just wondering if anyone knew which ones i would need. The wheels that i have are 15x10 mickey thompson classic 2. thanks
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1/2x20 im not sure on the seat type for mickey thompsons
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Just make sure that your new lug nuts are 'deep' enought-when i had my Classic II's, the lug bottomed out on the wheel stud before it fully seated on the rim. I ended up splitting a couple of the McGards that came from Summit with the wheels when i torqued them.
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