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lug nuts for enkei rpf1

does stock lug nuts fit on the enkei rpf1?
and where do you recommend to buy red lug nuts to fit these wheels?
or which brand of lug nuts do you recommend?

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They will work but the lug wrench might be a tight fit and scratch the wheel. Best thing to do is get a set of spline lugs such as Mcguard or Gorilla. I know the Mcguards come in red, the Gorillas probably do also. They are a bit expensive but you won't damage those expensive wheels removing or installing the lugs.
I'd also find a torque wrench to install them. Don't use an air gun.
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They will work but the lug wrench might be a tight fit and scratch the wheel. Best thing to do is get a set of spline lugs such as Mcguard or Gorilla. I know the Mcguards come in red, the Gorillas probably do also. They are a bit expensive but you won't damage those expensive wheels removing or installing the lugs.
I'd also find a torque wrench to install them. Don't use an air gun.
thanks I will take a look into those
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