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Need Black Lug Nuts

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Like the title says, I need black anodized lug nuts. Anyone know where to find them? When I googled them, the only ones that came up were Rays lugs for $200.00 a set. Thanks in advance.
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I found these on sale at west coast corvettes one of DC vendors
Corvette Lug Nuts and Locking Lug Nut Pkg Black : 97-04 C5, C6, Z06, ZR1, Grand Sport

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I got mine from House of Wheels
I've used Muteki in the past that were very good, and the price was reasonable. I believe they make a closed and open end.
This is what I did. I ordered black vinyl caps and slipped them over my stock nuts. They look great and were 20.00 for all. They also dont scratch up just slip them off and back to stock.
http://www.caplugs.com/ProductDetails.aspx?id=1000047&itemno=HVC SERIES
i have some... i boutght chrome ones with my c5 rims.. and i sent them out to get powedercoated black... if ur interested i havnt used them yet.
Here's a House of Wheels ebay ad.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Lug-...ptZMotorsQ5fCarQ5fTruckQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories

If you call/email them though I'm sure they can get you just the lugs w/wo locks if you want. Like I said that's where I got mine a few years ago and they're holding up well.
Thanks guys.
i have some... i boutght chrome ones with my c5 rims.. and i sent them out to get powedercoated black... if ur interested i havnt used them yet.
Are these the same size for C6 stock wheels? If so, how much?
Shortly after I picked up my C6 I swapped out the stock lugs for a set of McGard's locking lug nuts in their black finish. They look great on my competition gray rims. They are all over the internet for various prices.
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I have Pro Comp USA "Black Spline" lug nuts on all our company 8-Lug trucks. The plus side of them is that they are actually made in the USA.
The spline lugs are a new twist on security versus the keyed Gorilla or McGard nuts.
-HERE'S- the black version of what I run with both my CCW and iForged wheels. The thinner spline drive socket is nice because it won't come close to touching the wheel so you won't get any scratches from it. Plus the cone rotates.
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