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I`m going from the alloy rims to stock steel rims, are they the same lug nuts or are the seat different?
 
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Same. I went from the alloy 'sawblade' wheels to 2WD steelies and had no problems.

m12x1.5, 60 conical seat
 
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Same. I went from the alloy 'sawblade' wheels to 2WD steelies and had no problems.

m12x1.5, 60 conical seat
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