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ACER Racing introduces ACERTi: our latest line of Titanium screws which are manufactured using the finest Aerospace Grade 6AL4V Titanium to achieve the hardest and lightest titanium screws, titanium nuts, and titanium bolts. Check out our full line of M3, M4, M5, M6 and M8 titanium screws with flat heads, button heads, cap heads, tapered heads, 12 point heads and flanged heads. We use ONLY 6AL4V Titanium and not the cheaper Grade 1 or 2 titanium other manufacturers use. While the lower grades may look similar to 6AL4V Titanium and are easier to cut, they do not have anywhere near the amazing strength of our Grade 5 6AL4V Titanium screws which is over 400% stronger.
6AL4V Titanium properties include a tensile strength of 1000 MPa (megapascals) which is the equivalent of 145000 psi. By comparison, annealed type 316 stainless steel has tensile strength of only 570 MPa (82670 psi), tempered 6061 aluminium alloy has tensile strength of 310 MPa, and Grade 1 Titanium has a tensile strength of only 240 MPa (34809 psi). Do not accept lower grade titanium - use only the best: ACERTi.
Titanium Open End Lug Nuts Acorn 1/2"X20 Ford Mustang International Scout 20 pieces
Direct replacement and performance upgrade for Ford 1/2"x20 lug nuts, our Aerospace Grade 6AL4V Titanium lug nuts measure 20mm in height with a cone (conical) seat.
50% weight savings and all the strength of aerospace grade titanium while remaining corrosion free. 19mm Hex
Will fit Ford Mustang, Bronco, Expedition, Mazda B3000, International Scout and many more. Please check dimensions and photo with your existing nut prior to ordering. Beautiful upgrade as an International Harvester Scout lug nut.
Price is for a 20 piece set
Will also fit any other wheel that requires 1 1/2"x20 nut.
Rolled threads for superior fatigue resistance.Manufactured from aerospace grade 6AL4V Titanium, these titanium lug bolts will not corrode or rust and offer a significant weight savings over steel lug bolts while giving a very sporty and aggressive look. Titanium is 50% lighter than steel, yet considerably stronger. Titanium is also resistant to the constant heating and cooling cycles common to wheels that otherwise destroy steel studs and bolts.