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    Lug Nuts?

    Hey whats up guys.. SO i have a 1995 Might Max.. Just got it recently.. And i liked the whole EScalade wheel idea.. So i shaved the tabs and the wheels sit flush with the hub, but the issue im having is my from what i know FACTORY lug nuts sink INTO the Wheel!! Its pretty much not safe at all.. If any body knows what type of lug nuts im supposed to use i would really appreciate it!!

    http://postimg.org/image/3o6tfzu81/

    pretty much thats what happens

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    Have you tried a tire installation center, those guys would have a good idea what's best and safe for your application. Make sure lugs center your wheel on to the hub or you will get some shimmy up front. 75-80lb torque tighten bolts or will bend your rim if over tight..

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    You need buldge acorn nuts 12x1.5 I believe
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    Wheel patterns and bolt info for EVERYTHING.

    http://www.roadkillcustoms.com/hot-r...&StudSpreadMM=

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    Bulged lug nuts are the answer - the studs on an escalade are 14 mm the trucks are 12 mm - the bulge makes it all line up.
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