|12-01-2006 05:58 PM|
I found the nuts in Dave Wilch's catalog but they arn't acorn nuts.
I would suggest going to the major custom wheel outlet in your area and checking to see if they have them available.
|12-01-2006 05:20 PM|
|1ownerT||I think the seat (taper) you are looking for is called conical. Contact Summit or Jegs, they should be readily available.|
|11-30-2006 09:16 PM|
Make sure the lug nut bevel angle is correct. I think some of the Gen3 Camaro wheels used a different angle from "regular".
|11-28-2006 01:33 PM|
|johnsongrass1||IT won't matter a lot the studs are slightly different is size as long as they fit. The taper on the lugnut centers the wheel. Get a lugnut that will fit the threads and make sure the lug taper sit's in the hole.|
|11-28-2006 10:56 AM|
Do you know for sure the Camaro rims fit your Impala? I am just asking because the Camaro bolt pattern will be 5 on 4 3/4 while the Impala, being a big car, may have the 5 on 5...
|11-27-2006 08:24 PM|
|lowstreet||Might be cheaper to change the studs.|
|11-27-2006 08:20 PM|
Try these guys...
They helped me put an inch based wheel on a metric car...
|11-27-2006 07:38 PM|
'84 Z28 Wheels/Lug Nuts???
I picked up a set of 84 Z28 Wheels (15" Alloys), for my '60 Impala recently, and now that I'm going to put them on, I find I need the correct lug nuts. Problem is, according to the Napa catalog, the 84 used a metric lug bolt! I've seen these wheels on a few old cars, was just wondering if anyone here has used them, and how the dealt with this problem? Seem my options are: change the studs to metric (but will the metric shank fit the SAE holes) or find SAE nuts that will work with these wheels. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.