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FORD Mustang Titanium Wheel Studs or Nuts
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Direct replacement studs and nuts and performance upgrade for Ford Mustang 2015 and newer.
Mustang Wheel Studs
For non Shelby Mustangs we offer a direct replacement for Ford part BCPZ-1107-A. These are the standard length studs and are not extended versions.
50% weight savings and all the strength of aerospace grade titanium while remaining corrosion free.
Price is for a 20 piece set.
Mustang Wheel Nuts
For 2015 and newer Mustangs we have a closed end lug nut that is OEM shape for use in OEM wheels or aftermarket wheels cut to accept the OEM nut. Note that the closed end nut has a 30mm diameter flange so ensure that if you are using aftermarket wheels they have at least a 31mm diameter lug hole opening. The overall height of the closed end nut is 37mm.
If you want an open end lug nut we have a short nut and a long nut. The shorter wheel nut is 21.3mm tall. The longer nut is 33mm tall. All are M14x1.5 and both the short and long nut have a 26mm diameter flange towards the bottom so they will fit more aftermarket wheels. Ensure that your aftermarket wheels have at least a 27mm lug hole opening for the open end lug nut versions.
If your Mustang is 2014 and older we only make the nuts which are the 1/2"x20 selection on this page.
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.