Black Lug Nuts for OEM wheels

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Hello guys does anyone know where I can get some black lug nuts for the 2020 Civic Si wheels? I’m not exactly sure what type of lug I need for those wheels, thank I appreciate the help!



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I use my old s2000 CR OEM lug nuts (Black) for my si
 

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Awesome! Is it possible you can show me a pick of how they look like with the wheels? They are definitely cheaper than OEM Honda
Here you go. I'm quite happy with them.

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Ahh interesting, do you happen to know how much does it cost for all 5 wheels all around?
it was $6 a lug nut. If I could do it all over I’ll do the black lug nut covers Like the Audi’s lol. should be around $5-$20 set of 20s

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Excusing then dirty wheel, here’s what the Honda OEM black lugs look like on the 2020 si wheel. 20 lugs ran me about $180, that’s even with employee pricing since I work at a Honda dealer. Should be the same ones that fit the accord.

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Do you guys happen to know if we can use cone seated lug nuts by chance on our 2020 OEM wheels? Or do they have to be Ball Seated lug nuts?
Here you go. I'm quite happy with them.

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Excusing then dirty wheel, here’s what the Honda OEM black lugs look like on the 2020 si wheel. 20 lugs ran me about $180, that’s even with employee pricing since I work at a Honda dealer. Should be the same ones that fit the accord.

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https://www.civicx.com/forum/threads/black-locking-lugs-and-locks-for-si-hfp.34402/



I'm thinking of getting them too.

[EDIT] I'm impulsive, I bought them, will report back lol

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Do you guys happen to know if we can use cone seated lug nuts by chance on our 2020 OEM wheels? Or do they have to be Ball Seated lug nuts?
You should only use ball seat lugs on the OEM wheels. Not saying something bad will necessarily happen, but don't take the risk damaging your wheels or something going wrong.
 
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You should only use ball seat lugs on the OEM wheels. Not saying something bad will necessarily happen, but don't take the risk damaging your wheels or something going wrong.
Gotcha, one last question the torque specs for the Si would still be 80 ft/lbs like the regular civics?
 








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