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TRD 18" Alloy Wheels

I just got a 18" TRD alloy rims. Wondering if my lug nuts from steel wheels fits? Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.

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Nope. Steel wheels use tapered, acorn-type lug nuts. Alloys use nuts that have a flat washer contact with the wheel. Very different design. Auto parts stores sell aftermarket nuts for $50 a set. Toyota wants about $80 for a full set.

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