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Old 03-10-2015, 04:42 PM   #1
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Special lug nuts? 96 Vectra

Had new tires put on my 96 Vectra DP with freightliner chassis. They are having an issue centering the wheels due to something like the holes in the rims being larger than the lug nuts. He says that trucks have a collared nut to center the rim. I can't believe someone swapped out the nuts somewhere along the way. He tried other truck nuts he had but nothing matches up.
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Had new tires put on my 96 Vectra DP with freightliner chassis. They are having an issue centering the wheels due to something like the holes in the rims being larger than the lug nuts. He says that trucks have a collared nut to center the rim. I can't believe someone swapped out the nuts somewhere along the way. He tried other truck nuts he had but nothing matches up.
Contact these folks: Henderson's Line-Up Brake & RV Inc.

They sell a stud centering kit. This should fix your problem. Trust these folks. They truly know what they are talking about.

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