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Trailer Wheel Lug Nut - 1/2"(Each)

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Redline Accessories and Parts - X1023R

Trailer Wheel Lug Nut


  • Fits 1/2" wheel bolts
  • 60 degree coned (standard)
  • 1/2" x 13/16" Hex
  • Fine threaded

X1023R Trailer Wheel Lug Nut - 1/2"(Each)

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Video Transcript for Redline Accessories and Parts X1023R Review

Today we're going to review part number X1023R. This is the 1/2 inch by 20 acorn style trailer wheel lug nut. This is designed to fit on the 1/2 inch by 20 bolt size, and if you notice it does have the 60 degree cone to it. To fit the 60 degree taper on the wheel. Overall length on this, very bottom to the very top, is 5/8 inches. The hex head size or the socket size you would use is 13/16. I happen to have a socket here that's size 13/16, and if you notice, fits right onto the lug nut. Then I have an example of a trailer wheel here.

You can see on the lug holes they have the 60 degree taper. So, basically a lug nut would fit right on there and you just torque it down to the specs and it will hold it into place. That should do it for the review on part number X1023R. This is the 1/2 inch by 20 acorn style trailer wheel lug nut. .

Customer Reviews

Trailer Wheel Lug Nut - 1/2"(Each) - X1023R

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (68 Customer Reviews)

Trailer Wheel Lug Nut

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by: Boyd01/17/2013

After some research I decided to order my tires/wheels from etrailer. The selection was outstanding and I couldn't beat the prices. The order was processed and shipped quickly and the product is even better than expected. Thank you trailer. 63421


I was happy then and I am happy still. It was and would still be the right thing to do!

Boyd - 07/18/2014


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by: Jim C03/31/2014

These are just good basic lug nuts. Nothing fancy, just needed new lug nuts when installing new wheels and tires. Good price and good quality. 123069


No problems!

Jim C - 03/31/2015


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by: Robert D.12/08/2013

The whole order was perfect. I'm rebuilding the running gear on a1976 3 horse slant then remodeling the whole trailer by converting the trailer into a communications trailer for HF radio for disaster response. Front area will be living quarters. I am in our State Guard as a radio operator and also in county emergency management. This trailer will be my shelter and operating station when deployed to hurricanes and such. Since I'm spending my own funds on this, the good prices on etrailer are greatly appreciated. 109555

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by: Jeff R.08/29/2013

I needed new lug nuts to go with the new wheel studs I couldn't find anywhere until I stumbled upon I never realized just how many products they carry. Their web site is very easy to navigate, the ordering process was extremely simple, and the shipment arrived within just a couple of business days! Much better than most of the other websites I have used in the past. I will recommend this web site to all my friends looking for any trailer or towing part in the future. Thanks! 97473

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by: Thomas04/04/2013

I bought these to replace the lug nuts on my 1962 Thunderbird. I had a very difficult time locating 1/2-20 with 13/16 nut size. I just happened to find these searching with Google. They are an exact match to the originals that were on the car. I am very pleased. 74157

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by: Norm C.05/01/2012

I'm glad I ordered 8 new lug nuts to go with my new tires and rims. My old lug nuts were undersized (3/4") and the new ones are the correct size for the rims (13/16"). Good price and since I included them in my tire order, free shipping. 38922

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by: CJ04/08/2015

Product arrived promptly and the nuts are good quality. My fault, though, that I ordered 1/2" (standard) and didn't measure my existing nuts (7/16")...oops. Oh, well, at these great prices, I'll keep them and find another use. 184129

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by: Kirk f03/18/2015

Had to call for tech help , very knowledgable with products. Didn't get transferred to someone else like most other places. took my order promptly over phone. Delivered on time as told. Great to do business with. 179465

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by: Jeff L06/05/2015

These are great quality lug nuts. My old nuts were rusty and I could barely get them off (had to use a 3/4" drive impact wrench). I applied never seize to the studs before installing the new nuts. 201017

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by: Dave03/05/2015

Lug nuts were great looking and functioning for my new trailer tires and rims. Great service and were included in one of the boxes with tire and rim. Would order from etrailer again in the future! 177106

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by: Steve E.03/18/2011

I bought a new trailer and wanted to replace the rusting lugs as well as get a few spares and these fit the bill quite nicely. These are strong, heavy-duty and do the job. 9778

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by: Ozzie09/23/2012

These fit on perfectly. Time will tell if they stay clean and not rust. They were so cheap I bought a bunch of them. 55567

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by: John S.12/15/2011

A lug nut is a lug nut I guess. Bought based upon price and free shipping. Prompt service was well above the norm! 28180

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by: Robert B.05/05/2013

All forty-four of them perfect. As a reminder, you should always re-torque lug nuts after the first 50 miles :-) 79087

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by: Wayne07/11/2012

etrailer service was fast. A nut is a nut. Appears to be good steel and is milled and tapped correctly. 47474

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by: Ted Day08/28/2013

all of my recent orders have been of high quality and delivered in a timely manner Thanks Ted 97316

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by: Timothy F04/26/2011

They are pretty good. I guess I'll know for sure after I dip my trailer a few times in saltwater. 12379

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by: Roy Y.10/22/2011

A good replacement for old or damaged lug nuts,good idea to have a few spares just in case. 25966

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by: steven carreiro03/01/2012

The product was exactly what I wanted and it was delivered quicker than I expected. Steve 32882

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by: Charlie G10/02/2014

These were 1/4 the price of the same size nut at a local auto store. They are perfect. 154097

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by: michael a03/19/2014

etrailer had the product at the best price . Shipping was extremely fast, great job. 121262

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by: Leo C04/10/2012

Quality products at a great price. Fast and free shipping was also a great surprise. 36765

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by: Bill D06/26/2012

Good quality product, price was excellent and shipping fast, couldn't ask for more. 45674

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by: Chuck08/22/2012

The tire stud and lug nuts were the perfect size. thanks and promptly delivered. 52585

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by: RAD08/21/2015

Looks nice, delivered very quickly. Not much more I can say about a nut:-) 220884

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by: Randy M.04/28/2014

Great lug nuts. I used them to replace some on my cargo trailer. 127689

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by: George L02/08/2011

Parts worked great - good service - good delivery - great prices 6802

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by: Vickie S.10/17/2014

Product delivered as ordered. Shipped and delivered quickly. 156604

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by: john12/23/2013

Good replacement for the 14 old rusty ones used previously. 111022

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by: Sam C10/21/2011

Super service! They shipped with a few minutes of my order! 25919

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by: Jesse N.10/11/2012

Worked well, is about all you can say about a Wheel Nut. 56977

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by: Tom S09/24/2012

It's a lug nut. Not much to say, but very much needed! 55642

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by: Dennis W.04/26/2012

Haven't had them in the saltwater yet. they look nice. 38500

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by: Chris07/30/2015

Typical lug nut, screwed on smoothly with no issues. 215554

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by: daniel03/01/2013

good item and fast delivery as usual, great service. 68346

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by: Don N.07/30/2013

Was what I ordered, and received in a timely manor. 92387

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by: Mark03/18/2015

They work, plan to paint them white to match rims 179442

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by: John D01/13/2014

Good quality replacement for my damaged lug nuts. 112704

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by: Joe B.08/17/2015

Nice lug nuts. Needed 2 for spare tire carrier. 219932

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by: James04/06/2015

Fast delivery and perfect match to the old one. 183500

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by: Steve07/12/2011

Its a 1/2 inch lug nut. Not much else to say 19251

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by: Adam05/04/2015

Got there on time. Just as advertised. 189704

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by: Vtx130007/13/2015

Good Quality product Fast Shipping 211438

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by: Doug VA08/10/2015

These are just like the stock ones. 218347

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by: Troy R.08/23/2012

These nuts went on smooth as silk. 52668

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by: Bruce C.07/02/2012

Exactly what I needed, great price 46495

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by: dale04/02/2015

delivered very fast. good product 182536

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by: kevin02/17/2014

great product at a great price! 116753

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by: David01/24/2013

works fine,fast shiping,thanks. 64065

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by: brian tauscher10/10/2011

super fast shipping. Thank you 25373

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  • I believe I can help you. The rim size you have does not seem odd. We have numerous rims with the 4 on 4 bolt pattern for 13 inch tires. The center hole or pilot diameter is smaller than the ones on the wheels we carry. The only reason this would be a factor is if the wheels center on the hub using the pilot hole OR if the axle diameter is larger than the pilot hole. If the wheel is centered on the hub using the lug nuts, then having a larger pilot diameter is not a problem. In order...
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  • It sounds like the wheel on your 1972 Prowler travel trailer is a hub centric wheel that is secured to the hub with a wheel bolt like the flat head wheel bolt, # 090753. A hub centric wheel centers on the raised portion of the hub that you mentioned and not on a coned wheel bolt or lug nut. If this is the case, we do not stock a replacement wheel for your hub at this time. If your wheel uses coned wheel bolts like the 60 degree wheel bolts, # RG02-020, or coned lug nuts like the Trailer...
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  • What Type of Lug Nuts Needed to Mount Taskmaster ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire # TTWA14B45SM
  • The Taskmaster ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire with 14-Inch Silver Mod Wheel # TTWA14B45SM requires standard 60-degree-coned fine thread lug nuts for installation, such as # X1023R that fits 1/2-inch wheel studs.
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  • Lug Nut Recommendation for a Americana Aluminum HWT Series S5 Trailer Wheel
  • Your 6k Dexter axles will have hubs on them that accept a 1/2 inch lug like # X1023R. For the Americana Aluminum HWT Series S5 Trailer Wheel, # AM22658HWTB, I recommend Americana Trailer Wheel Lug Nut, # AM90049. A standard nut would be too shallow for the wheel and you would not be able to get it torqued down correctly. The studs in the hub should be plenty long enough for the wheel.
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  • Which Lock Washer Do I Need For My Dexter 5,200 lb. Trailer Axle
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  • How to Determine if a Trailer Wheel is Hub-Centric or Lug-Centric
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  • Compatibility of HWT15 x 6 Split Spoke Aluminum Wheels With ST205/75-15 Tires
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  • Bolts Needed for Mounting a Spare Wheel and Tire to the CURT Hitch Mounted Spare Tire Carrier
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  • 1/2 Inch Lug Nut Recommendation for a Boat Trailer
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  • Availability of 1/2-Inch x 20 Screw-In Replacement Wheel Stud Like # 25-13-2
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  • Recommended Lug Nut Torque on Loadstar ST175/80D13 Bias Trailer Tire with 13 inch Wheel # AM3S140
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  • What Is The Thread Pitch On The Replacement Trailer Hub Wheel Stud, Drive-In # RG03-020
  • The hole size that the Replacement Trailer Hub Wheel Stud, Drive-In, part # RG03-020, will use is a 1/2 inch hole. The spline diameter on the wheel stud is 0.62 inches which is a little larger and that allows the wheel stud to have a press fit when driven into a 1/2 inch hole. The thread pitch on the wheel stud is 1/2 x 20. It will accept the Chrome Trailer Wheel Lug Nut - 1/2 Inch, part # 12CLN, and the Trailer Wheel Lug Nut - 1/2 Inch, part # X1023R.
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  • Which Lug Nut Fits a Drive In Wheel Stud # RG03-080
  • The wheel stud, # RG03-080, accepts a 1/2 inch lug nut. A standard lug nut has a 60 degree cone like # X1023R. When choosing a replacement wheel stud, you will have to go by the measurements of the stud. You can compare the measurements provided on the product pages for wheel studs, like # RG03-080, to your existing studs to determine if there is a correct match. You will need to drive out a stud to measure it accurately. I have included a link to all the drive in wheel studs we carry....
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  • Offset of Wheel/Tire Combo # AM34964 Does it Include Center Cap and Lug Nuts
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  • Determining the Axle Capacity of a Travel Trailer With Bearing Numbers and Spindle Measurements
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  • Parts Needed to Add Brakes to a Boat Trailer Towed by a 2003 Ford Ranger
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  • Proper Centering of New Trailer Wheel Whose Pilot Hole is Larger Than Original Wheels
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  • Dexter Trailer Hub Assembly 34822BX Lug Nut Recommendation
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  • Replacement Lug Nut Recommendation for a Trailer Hub # 8-258-5UC1
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  • Lug Nut Recommendation for a 1/2 inch Studs on Kodiak Disc Brake Kit
  • The taper of the lug nuts should take up the .062 difference between the 9/16 inch hole and the 1/2 inch wheel stud, allowing the lug nuts to tighten with no problem. For acorn nuts to fit a 9/16 inch stud you would want the part # 12CLN, or for an open nut you would want part # X1023R. Either of these would work fine for you.
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  • Recommended Hub/Drum Assembly with 8-on-170mm Wheel Bolt Pattern for Off-Road Trailer
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  • Lug Nuts for Taskmaster ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire with 14" White Spoke Wheel - 5 on 4-1/2
  • For the Taskmaster ST205/75D14 Bias Trailer Tire and wheel combo # TTWA14B45WS you will want to use lug nuts that have a 60 degree cone, like # X1023R. The cone shape helps to center the wheel on the hub. We usually recommend lug nuts like # 12CLN on wheels that have the lug holes recessed so they are easier to reach when installing or removing the wheel from the hub.
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  • Availability of 1/2-Inch Diameter Replacement Drive-In Wheel Stud for Hub on Utility Trailer
  • Thank you for providing the photo and dimensions for the replacement drive-in wheel stud you need for the hub-and-rotor brake assembly on your utility trailer. I have included a link to our main page for all available drive-in-type wheel studs. Based on the dimensions you provided the nearest item is # K12WB2 from Kodiak. This stud has a 1/2-inch diameter, 2-inch length and a fine thread size of 1/2-inch-20 UNF-2A. The matching lug nut, if needed, is part # X1023R.
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