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If you're considering drilling these out enough to use two of the factory lug nuts with the tapered end towards the Hub, you may want to reconsider that. Your wheels do not have the reinforcement rings, like the OEM ones did.

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I was, but just barely. not fully drilled out, just enough to make a taper enough that the tapered side of the OEM lugnuts can get in there and center it up.

Do you think i shouldnt do this?
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I was, but just barely. not fully drilled out, just enough to make a taper enough that the tapered side of the OEM lugnuts can get in there and center it up.

Do you think i shouldnt do this?

I would not. I would try the flange nuts that M-Quick recommended and 47ft pounds of torque and retest for the wobble.
I am assuming that these wheels are new and there is no chance that they have gotten warped from aggressive riding. I had ITP wheels and I crushed 3 out of 4 wheels in 3 days of riding in WV. One wheel crushed so much that the ATV stopped rolling.

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I would not. I would try the flange nuts that M-Quick recommended and 47ft pounds of torque and retest for the wobble.
I am assuming that these wheels are new and there is no chance that they have gotten warped from aggressive riding. I had ITP wheels and I crushed 3 out of 4 wheels in 3 days of riding in WV. One wheel crushed so much that the ATV stopped rolling.
Yes. they are brand new. Any idea where i can find these nuts? i still am unsure how these will center the wheel on the lug bolt without any taper.
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Yes. they are brand new. Any idea where i can find these nuts? i still am unsure how these will center the wheel on the lug bolt without any taper.
Hardware store, or parts store. And they won't help center the wheel on the lugs, but will hold the wheel securely.

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My 700 is on the lift at the moment so took the 1 ITP wheel that is still good and put 2 lug nuts on it. It seemed tight to me. The wheel I have might be different than yours. The lug nuts and washers that I used came from a 2004 Kawasaki Prairie 700. I used these because I happened to have them.
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Home Depot, if in stock there like 2 for $0.78 There not stainless for that price but seam to hold up well. Zinc coated flange nuts, but they do have the stainless washers.

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