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OK found the style of lug nuts we should all be using with custom wheels to prevent damaging them while installing/removing them. You need the "Tuner" style. Best deal on them are through eHay. I just swiped some up item #1851737169

They look like this:

http://ebay0.ipixmedia.com/abc/M28/_EBAY_ed2f1077be0c5b5375a093b40a119b5a/i-1.JPG
 

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Remember, you can use tuner lugs, but you can't use tuner fish/forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
 

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I'm guessing those would fit my AR TT2's also? They look sweet, and I wouldn't have to remove the center cap to put the lug wrench on!!!!
 

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Mustang's Plus is selling "Ford" center caps for TT II's. For $100 you can get a set of 4 that have a radius cut in the side to give you clearance.

Couldn't any idiot with a mill convert a standard set in no time flat by using about a 1 1/8" mill, bring it in, index the cap, bring it in, index the cap, etc. Couse by the time he made 20 cuts, maybe he'd want more that $100!!!

Phil
 
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