Bitter Old Man
Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: La Porte, Texas
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There was some discussion in the SE-R Cup forum about this issue not too long ago, plus there was discussion when I first posted my problem and Mike K. came to the conclusion, after some talking to NISMO folks, that the 60 mm lugs MIGHT NOT be correct for our hubs. That issue was never fully resolved, however. I went with the 50 mm lugs and have no problems at all with them other than they're still too short for my wheels.
If you can afford it and want peace of mind, have the new lugs MiGed or TiGed to the hubs. Mine were done with an old-fashioned stick crackerbox but you take a chance of warping the hub or damaging the bearings due to heat.
Bruce in Houston
1994 Nissan Sentra SE-R (original owner) w/ $tuff, converting to ITA (even more $tuff)
1996 Dodge Viper RT/10 (RIP, Dad)
1998 Suzuki Bandit 1200S w/ $tuff, W.W.B.O.C. #101 (wanna buy?)
2002 Dodge Dakota tow beast, stock!
2007 Mazda MX-5 Touring w/ $tuff
2011 Infiniti G37S