This brand new Bimecc wheel bolt will fit Rolls Royce vehicles. Produced from high quality cold forged boron steel that is tempered in the quality class 10.9 meaning they will not rust.
This bolt is suitable for both steel and alloy wheels and will fit original and aftermarket wheels.
Founded in 1987, Bimecc specialised itself in the production of nuts and bolts for the automotive industry. Having gained large market shares, Bimecc is today the leading European company for the production of nuts and bolts for aftermarket alloy wheels.
• Rolls Royce
• 1 x Alloy wheel bolt
• Bolt: M14 x 1.5mm x 33mm - 17mm H
• Thread size: 1.5mm
• Thread Length: 33mm
• Overall Bolt Width: 22mm
• Overall Bolt Length: 56mm
• Seat Type: Cone
• Socket Size: 17mm
• Material: cold forged boron steel that is tempered in the quality class 10.9
• Finish: zinc plating with 12 µ thickness and zinc nickel or laminar zinc coatings guarantee corrosion resistance up to 700 hours in salt spray tests
Please Note: Please check this fitment is correct for your car before purchase. These nuts/bolts have a 60 degree tapered cone seat which may not be suitable for some original equipment alloy wheels. If you have original equipment alloy wheels please contact us before buying. Wheel nuts/bolts MUST be tightened by hand ratchet/torque wrench, NOT using an air gun, please remind your installer of this. Please check you have suitable wheels to accept this nut/bolt. You are responsible for confirming your fitment is correct. Installation by qualified persons only.
|Vehicle Manufacturer||Rolls Royce|
|Material||Cold forged boron steel|
|Pack Quantity||1 x Alloy wheel bolt|
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Q: What is M14 x 1.5?
A: The M number is the diameter of the thread and the 1.5 is the size of the pitch between the individual threads. So an M14 x 1.5 is a 14mm by 1.5mm thread.