ET nuts. Two different styles. Both available from Wheelers. Not available in black.I wont run anything but E/T lug nuts on any after market wheel on a toyota truck. That being said. Wheelers offroad sells them at a very reasonable price. Unfortunately i have yet to find this type of lug nut in black.
guys thanks for the links.And corey those are the same lugnuts im using right now on my steelies 12mm x 1.50 acorn?Forgot to mention I run Gorilla locking nuts too, one per wheel.
The link on my personal webpage and my buildup threads is dead, but Google turned them up on Amazon's website.
Amazon.com: Gorilla Automotive 71631NBC Acorn Black Chrome Wheel Locks (12mm x 1.50" Thread Size), Pack of 4: Automotive
They too are 12mm x 1.50".
Only four come to a set, but when Les Schwab (they had to order them and install them a week after I had my tires/wheels installed) got me a five pack somehow directly from Gorilla.
So if you want these, you may have to buy two sets unless you do not mind leaving your spare unlocked.
They come with a socket that fits over them to take them off.
But what I like about the Gorilla Tuner nuts I have is they take a special long socket to take each one off.
I see Amazon also has them.
Gorilla Automotive 21133BC Small Diameter Acorn Black 5 Lug Kit (12mm x 1.50 Thread Size) - Pack of 20
Then they should work.guys thanks for the links.And corey those are the same lugnuts im using right now on my steelies 12mm x 1.50 acorn?
I'm having the same issue. I just got a set of ProComp 7032 (Black) and can't find the ET in Black anywhere. I'm getting a shimmy between 45-55 and DT says it's because I'm running the tuner lugs and not the ET since it's not centered.You NEED the splined E/T Lug nuts for the 7089s. every black lug nut posted in this thread is not E/T. This has been exhaustively discussed over on Tacomaworld. there is not an E/T lug nut in black. Those of you running the non-E/T lug nuts from Les Schwab or 4WP please please do yourself a favor and get some E/Ts. The Toyota Lugs are very short and you will notice if you take off a wheel from the discoloration on the lug that you have VERY LITTLE thread coverage. Scary once you look at it. The only solution to run the non E/T's safely is to replace the wheel studs. The other benefit of the E/Ts is that the shank (E/T part) also helps to center the hole in the wheel on the stud. This is very beneficial since there are no hub centric wheels for our rigs.
This is the Lug Nut you want.
Wheelers sells them for $.50 each.