Yes, sometimes the two go together. A variety of aftermarket alloy wheels are designed to use your vehicle's current lug nuts or bolts, though they can require something different if the wheel's seat design calls for it. Or if the center cap needs shorter lug heads to fit properly. And as your tire and wheel specialists, Tire Rack will always let you know when new hardware is needed.
Your invoice will indicate the quantity of nuts or bolts required, plus size, pitch, seat design, length and even the size of the lug wrench you'll need. And we'll always recommend that you keep those Original Equipment lug nuts or bolts because if you ever need to use that factory spare, you'll need them.
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