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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-21-2006, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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well im goin to be gettin new lug nuts and need the flat end instead of the taperd what size do i need? 10mm?
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For those of you who want replacement lug nuts for aftermarket style wheels (i.e. Douglas wheels) you can pick up the following part number at AutoZone.

Part Number #494879 983-110......they are $1.79 for a pack of 4.

Those nuts and studs are M10-1.25 and the nuts use a 14mm wrench/socket.

This is from an old post that Crazie made on Z400central so the part numbers may have changed so if they have just ask for the correct size and you will be fine.

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I agree, Autozone is where I got mine too. They are shiny and cheap. That is always a good combo.

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Those sizes are correct..I picked up some M10 1.25's just last week for the same application. I use washers and non-knurled nut though as those ones pictured will lock snug but make a ugly scar on the wheel..ouch!

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i just went to the yamaha dealer to get some orderd but they just gave me some from yamaha and they work great
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I went to today and got some at the auto place in town. And they where the right size.
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