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Refurbishing 19" Rays Forged LMGT4 G35 (NISMO)

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Yeah, that'd probably look pretty tidy alright. I imagine the black would stand out less and would show off all the centre holes better. Do you have a pic of what they look like fitted on standard LMGT4 G35 wheels?

 

If @ZMANALEX or someone had a spare set in good nick I could be tempted.

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I've got a set of the Nismo lugs that I just took off my GT4 if you are interested. They need a clean but I can send over some pictures if you are interested in taking them off my hands :thumbs:

 

In the mean time, photo of them on the car

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25 minutes ago, DeeJayDready said:

Are those the 34mm 'standard length' or the 50mm 'long length' set?

Is one of them different? (i.e. doesn't say 'nismo' on it)

I'm almost certain they are the 34mm but I can double check the box tonight if you like.

 

In the photo one is different, yes. I used a McGard locking wheel nut with them though this is not strictly necessary as they are 7 sided nuts so a regular socket wont fit. I have the full set of 20 with the 7-sided 'key' and original box :thumbs:

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Yeah, if you could check the length. I wouldn't want the long length ones as presumably they'd stick out.

I'm still in two minds to be honest. I don't mind the current ones to be honest. But I do have a feeling those would look nice.

How much would you want for them?

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1 hour ago, DeeJayDready said:

Yeah, if you could check the length. I wouldn't want the long length ones as presumably they'd stick out.

I'm still in two minds to be honest. I don't mind the current ones to be honest. But I do have a feeling those would look nice.

How much would you want for them?

Here you go.

£80 posted sound alright?

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53 minutes ago, Jack94 said:

If it helps at all here's a photo of mine with the 50mm Nismo nuts :thumbs:

For the sake of comparison, 34mm on my LMGT4's when I had them.

 

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I think I'll have to pass. They do look good fitted by the looks of things. But £80 is the price of a brand new set from Nengun, and they'd be the version with the hole in the O (40220-RN810) rather than the solid circle (40220-RN800), which for consistency reasons I would prefer.

Couldn't see me paying more than £50 for a set of wheel nuts (even new ones) to be honest, it just seems crazy...

But if anyone is looking rid of a set of these in decent nick (ideally the 40220-RN810 style) for £50, let me know.

 

Anyone know what the deal is with the two different Nismo logos in general?

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No worries, totally understand.

 

Just bear in mind that Nengun's list price doesn't include shipping (£20-40) or import duty (£25). I bought mine through them originally.

 

For the sake of transparency, when I ordered mine in 2015

Wheel nuts = £67.80

PayPal Fee = £3.88

Shipping = £18.97

When they arrived in the UK FedEx wouldn't deliver it until I paid import duty which was another £25.39.

All in all they cost me £116.04.

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Probably because no one wants to pay over £100 for wheel nuts unless your crazy, like me apparently :lol: 

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