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Old 10-06-2011, 10:46 AM
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07 lugnuts

I have a 07 expedition with the 20 inch wheels. Looking for some help with replacing the lugnuts. Tire shop really messed these up and I would like to replace with some solid chrome if possible. Looking at McGard or Gorilla but cannot seem to find anyone local to buy these. I have a concern with ording that they all say for after market wheels. My 20s are factory and I assume the ones that are needed are the acorn bulge or duplex bulge style. Your thoughts are appreciated, thanks
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Old 10-15-2011, 03:15 PM
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I needed one and the dealer charged me 7.50
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I have a 07 expedition with the 20 inch wheels. Looking for some help with replacing the lugnuts. Tire shop really messed these up and I would like to replace with some solid chrome if possible. Looking at McGard or Gorilla but cannot seem to find anyone local to buy these. I have a concern with ording that they all say for after market wheels. My 20s are factory and I assume the ones that are needed are the acorn bulge or duplex bulge style. Your thoughts are appreciated, thanks
Call McGard- they are great to deal with & yes, there is a different part number for oem wheels
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Old 10-16-2011, 09:25 AM
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I just replaced all 24 of these yesterday. Stock 17" wheels. Dealer actually only had three and will spin the other 21 on this week. One has to be almost chiseled off the bolt.

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