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Old 05-09-2012, 04:04 PM   #1
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Lug Nut Thread Pitch

Has anyone confirmed yet if the BRZ/FR-S uses the Subaru M12x1.25 pitch or the Toyota M12x1.5 pitch?
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Old 05-09-2012, 09:50 PM   #2
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I'm asking the same thing. Already have my wheels and I want to know if I got to order new racing nuts !
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Old 05-09-2012, 10:14 PM   #3
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Im really hoping for this. Ive got a few sets of Kicks lugnuts in 12x1.5 that I dont want to sell.
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Project KICS lucs are the best

Their dual phase bolts how ever are horrible.
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Old 05-09-2012, 11:17 PM   #6
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They do look like a pain in the ass,
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Old 05-10-2012, 01:29 AM   #7
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It is M12x1.25.

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It is M12x1.25.

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Thanks Jeff. I assumed Subaru pitch as well but its great to see confirmation.
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It is M12x1.25.

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May I ask how you're sure?
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May I ask how you're sure?
He probably checked TIS.. he works for Toyota so I'm assuming he checked.

Logically they'd be Subaru studs anyways, it is a Subaru regardless of the badge
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He probably checked TIS.. he works for Toyota so I'm assuming he checked.

Logically they'd be Subaru studs anyways, it is a Subaru regardless of the badge
Ok, didn't know that. Very cool though. All my Subaru lugs will work.
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Ok, didn't know that. Very cool though. All my Subaru lugs will work.
And sadly I'm the opposite.. Honda is M12x1.5 so all of my lug nuts won't work. At least I'll still have a Honda left so I guess a set of extended nuts, 2 sets of aluminum nuts and 2 sets of OEM/McGard locking nuts isn't overkill for one car right? :P
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And sadly I'm the opposite.. Honda is M12x1.5 so all of my lug nuts won't work. At least I'll still have a Honda left so I guess a set of extended nuts, 2 sets of aluminum nuts and 2 sets of OEM/McGard locking nuts isn't overkill for one car right? :P
I keep a set of stock lugs in the trunk to use with the spare. But aftermarket wheels get aftermarket lugs. I think I've accumulated or 5 extra sets of lugs among all my cars. And since they're all Subaru, they're all interchangeable.

But I still have to order a set of splined lugs for the BRZ though. All my spare sets are chrome. :P
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I keep a set of stock lugs in the trunk to use with the spare. But aftermarket wheels get aftermarket lugs. I think I've accumulated or 5 extra sets of lugs among all my cars. And since they're all Subaru, they're all interchangeable.

But I still have to order a set of splined lugs for the BRZ though. All my spare sets are chrome. :P
yeah I never use the OEM lugs. I don't have a spare in the car but when I go on trips I bring a full size spare (which is on an aftermarket wheel).
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What about the muteki lug nuts? Does anyone have any experience with these?
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What about the muteki lug nuts? Does anyone have any experience with these?
Ditto. ^^^
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What about the muteki lug nuts? Does anyone have any experience with these?
I'm wondering the same also. I saw Ray's Engineering Extended but they were too much imo.
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Damnit. I still have a brand new package of Kick R40 Revos that I got a few months ago, theyre 12x1.5.
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Muteki are descent .. steel. Heavier.

KICS are chromely steel, lighter. The R26. R40 has floating caps .. suppose to help protect against stripping the paint on the wheel.

M12x1.25 pitch are confirmed on FRS.
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I <3 Kics R26/40s.
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I have the Kics R40s with the spinning collars. Mind-bendingly awesome lugs.

And mind-bendingly expensive. It was a moment of weakness when I bought them. But they go so well with my Volks.
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Definitely expensive. But IMO, its only fitting when running expensive wheels.
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