Lug Nut Size - M12 x 1.25
To ensure your new rims stay fastened securely, get the lug nuts of the correct size and type to match the wheel lug seat perfectly.
Decoding the wheel lug nut size above is plain simple. The "M" stands for the "metric" system of measurement, and the first digit refers to the diameter of the lug nut thread in millimeters. The second number (expressed as a decimal) represents the pitch of the thread in mm.
What socket size do I need for the lug nuts? The HEX sizes of 17 mm, 19 mm, 21 mm, and 23 mm are the most frequently used for lug nuts.
When tightening, use the recommended lug nut torque requirements from the owner's manual.
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Bolt Pattern - 4x114.3
Bolt Pattern is the measurement of an imaginary circle formed by the lug holes at the center of your wheel. Wheel Adapters are used to change bolt patterns in order to properly fit wheels from one vehicle to the hub of a different vehicle.
Hub Bore Size - 66.1 mm
The Center bore is the hole in the middle of the wheel on the hub of the car. The hub is the central part of the wheel around which turns another ring or 'rim'. The rim comprises the tire or rubber section. To fit a new wheel, the center bore should have exactly the same dimension as that of your car's axle. If it is not, then you will face problems while driving - use hubcentric wheel rings.
Can one check the lug bolt size for my personal 1999 Nissan Altima? The brief response is yes, sure, and it's only you or maybe the installation specialist who is able to identify the correct lug nut size with measuring tape and also the actual physical access to it. Additionally there is a different approach - by looking at our charts arranged by the experts with focus on everything. We collect each piece of information from the manufacturers’ manuals to offer in a shape of easy-understood tables. Our charts are extremely valuable if you fail to decide on the lug nut size and thread space for your own 1999 Nissan Altima.
In the event that you would want to re-check our virtual details, this is actually the ordinary method. Get started with a thread size: measure its diameter and pitch with a gauge that you could get in a hardware store. Or, take your thread right to the store and simply whirl it onto bolts. The 2nd problem is discovering the bolt seat type - the contact zone in between the lug nut and wheel area. Typically the most popular kinds are mag seats, acorn/tapered seats, and ball seating; but, we have also 2 more: flat seating and ultra tapered mag seats. The next step is to test lug nut proportions: overall length, exterior diameter, shank depth, and shank diameter. And the last task is understanding which color your personal 1999 Nissan Altima bolts and lug nuts are going to be.
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