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I just ordered new summer rims which came with new black lug nuts. The rims are not here yet but is it common for the lug nuts to be way smaller OD. They just came today and I already emailed the company but it’s Sunday. Oem is 22 mm. These are 19 mm with a smaller OD.
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You also need to insure that the angle on the side of the lug nuts that mate with the wheels is the correct one for those wheels. Do not assume they take the same angle as the OEM lug nuts on OEM wheels. They must be the correct bevel or they will not seat properly with full contact. And no, I cannot tell you what the angles are for either OEM or your aftermarket wheels.
 

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I just ordered new summer rims which came with new black lug nuts. The rims are not here yet but is it common for the lug nuts to be way smaller OD. They just came today and I already emailed the company but it’s Sunday. Oem is 22 mm. These are 19 mm with a smaller OD.
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You should only have an issue if the the lug seat is the same as the factory wheel. If the new wheel and new lug have the same seat characteristics you’ll be fine unless you ordered wheels that will fit a Wrangler. As thread pitch and lug size are slightly different and you may need new lugs.
Vehicle/Year Ranges
OEM Wheel Size
Lug Pattern
Stud Size
Hub Center Bore
2020 Jeep Gladiator JT
17" - 18"
5 on 5
14mm x 1.50
71.5
18 - 20 Jeep Wrangler JL
17" - 18"
5 on 5
14mm x 1.50
71.5
07 - 18 Jeep Wrangler JK
17" - 18"
5 on 5
1/2 x 20
71.5
97 - 06 Jeep Wrangler TJ
15" - 16"
5 on 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
87 - 95 Jeep Wrangler YJ
15" - 16"
5 on 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
41 - 86 Jeep MB & CJ Series
15"
5 on 5.5
1/2 x 20
108
84 - 01 Jeep Cherokee XJ & Commanche MJ
15"
5 on 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
93 - 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ
15"
5 on 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
99 - 04 Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ
16" - 20"
5 on 5
1/2 x 20
71.5
05 - 10 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK
16" - 20"
5 on 5
1/2 x 20
71.5
11 - 19 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK2
16" - 20"
5 on 5
14mm x 150
71.5
14 - 19 Jeep Cherokee KL
17" - 18"
5 x 110(metric)
12mm x 1.25
65.1
06 - 10 Jeep Commander XK
17" - 18"
5 on 5
1/2 x 20
71.5
02 - 12 Jeep Liberty KJ/KK
16" - 18"
5 x 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
07 - 16 Jeep Compass, Patriot
17" - 18"
5 on 4.5
12 x 1.5
67.1
62 - 73 Jeep J Series & Full Size Wagoneer
15"
5 x 5.5
1/2 x 20
108
74 - 91 Jeep J Series & Full Size Wagoneer
15"
6 on 5.5
7/16
108
 

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You should only have an issue if the the lug seat is the same as the factory wheel. If the new wheel and new lug have the same seat characteristics you’ll be fine unless you ordered wheels that will fit a Wrangler. As thread pitch and lug size are slightly different and you may need new lugs.
Vehicle/Year Ranges
OEM Wheel Size
Lug Pattern
Stud Size
Hub Center Bore
2020 Jeep Gladiator JT
17" - 18"
5 on 5
14mm x 1.50
71.5
18 - 20 Jeep Wrangler JL
17" - 18"
5 on 5
14mm x 1.50
71.5
07 - 18 Jeep Wrangler JK
17" - 18"
5 on 5
1/2 x 20
71.5
97 - 06 Jeep Wrangler TJ
15" - 16"
5 on 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
87 - 95 Jeep Wrangler YJ
15" - 16"
5 on 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
41 - 86 Jeep MB & CJ Series
15"
5 on 5.5
1/2 x 20
108
84 - 01 Jeep Cherokee XJ & Commanche MJ
15"
5 on 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
93 - 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ
15"
5 on 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
99 - 04 Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ
16" - 20"
5 on 5
1/2 x 20
71.5
05 - 10 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK
16" - 20"
5 on 5
1/2 x 20
71.5
11 - 19 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK2
16" - 20"
5 on 5
14mm x 150
71.5
14 - 19 Jeep Cherokee KL
17" - 18"
5 x 110(metric)
12mm x 1.25
65.1
06 - 10 Jeep Commander XK
17" - 18"
5 on 5
1/2 x 20
71.5
02 - 12 Jeep Liberty KJ/KK
16" - 18"
5 x 4.5
1/2 x 20
71.5
07 - 16 Jeep Compass, Patriot
17" - 18"
5 on 4.5
12 x 1.5
67.1
62 - 73 Jeep J Series & Full Size Wagoneer
15"
5 x 5.5
1/2 x 20
108
74 - 91 Jeep J Series & Full Size Wagoneer
15"
6 on 5.5
7/16
108
Thanks for the info.
 

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There are generally 2 types of lug nuts/bolts for vehicles.

Most OEM wheels require a ball seat lug nut/bolt and a lot of after market wheels require a cone seat lug nut/bolt

The higher end aftermarket wheels use the ball seat design, most other aftermarket wheel manufacturers are cone seat design.

If you got the black lug nuts from the same company you got the summer rims from then most likely the new rims are cone seat design, I would trust the style you get from summer rim company so just verify they thread on easily and you should be good to go.

On my SQ5 the Verde winter rims are cone seat so I have a 2nd set of lug bolts when I put those on, OEM wheels are ball seat type.
 

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There are generally 2 types of lug nuts/bolts for vehicles.

Most OEM wheels require a ball seat lug nut/bolt and a lot of after market wheels require a cone seat lug nut/bolt

The higher end aftermarket wheels use the ball seat design, most other aftermarket wheel manufacturers are cone seat design.

If you got the black lug nuts from the same company you got the summer rims from then most likely the new rims are cone seat design, I would trust the style you get from summer rim company so just verify they thread on easily and you should be good to go.

On my SQ5 the Verde winter rims are cone seat so I have a 2nd set of lug bolts when I put those on, OEM wheels are ball seat type.
I’ll have to wait and see once the rims get here.
 
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