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They are a solid nut but the chrome on them is not too good. It will come off in flakes as soon as you torque them and then the rust starts. If you were going to paint them they would be okay.

There are those who say Gorilla's are good and Dorman's are okay but they are both twice the cost.

If I knew it before hand I'd save some $$$ by going with a aftermarket rim that used "regular" nuts.

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Those might hold up OK for the alloy wheels because you should not use an impact on them anyway. The torque spec for the alloys is only 95 ft/lb and should always be done by hand with a torque wrench.
Another way to look at it........ If you chip one you'll have nineteen spares left.!:D
 
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