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I used them on my civic si and they felt cheap. Like a cheap aluminum, they also would strip easily and are super light. This was a few years back so maybe they upgraded their quality.

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It says right on the add no more then 60 ftlbs which is below our standard.
 

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A lot of tracks will not let you use Aluminum lugs on them because they are so soft.
 
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Should I be concerned that they can only be torqued to 60 ft/lbs?

Thanks!

Go titanium if you want very light, or just get powder-coated steel ones. Those say they are 7075...but the torque max scares me. I would avoid.
 

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you DO NOT need lightweight... our cars are fat pigs, take out the back seat and spare if you are worried about weight, don't endanger your life and others by running alum lugs nuts. tons of options out there for steel lug nuts that are safe and have flashy colors if that is what you are after

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Okay.... I get it. Thanks!!

No aluminum lugs for me! I was mainly interested in them because they matched the power coating on the wheels I'm doing. I will go find better ones!!

Thanks for everyone's input!!
 
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