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Trailer Wheel Bolts - 1/2" Diameter x 1" Long - 60 Degree - Qty 4

Trailer Wheel Bolts - 1/2" Diameter x 1" Long - 60 Degree - Qty 4

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These 1/2" diameter x 1" long wheel bolts fit hub-piloted trailer wheels. Four 60-degree coned bolts included. Call 800-298-8924 to order Redline accessories and parts part number RG02-020 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Redline products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Trailer Wheel Bolts - 1/2" Diameter x 1" Long - 60 Degree - Qty 4. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Redline Accessories and Parts - RG02-020

  • Trailer Tires and Wheels
  • Trailer Hubs and Drums
  • Boat Trailer Wheels
  • Wheel Bolts
  • Redline
  • Fine Thread
  • 1/2 Inch Diameter
  • 1 Inch Long

These 1/2" diameter x 1" long wheel bolts fit hub-piloted trailer wheels. Four 60-degree coned bolts included.


Features:

  • 60-Degree coned bolts fit hub-piloted wheels
  • Fine thread
  • Quantity: 4



Bolt Specs

Thread Diameter (A) Thread Length (B) Head Size (C)
1/2" 1.00" 13/16"





RG02-020 Trailer Wheel Bolts - 1/2" x 1" - 60 Degree (Qty 4)






Customer Reviews

Trailer Wheel Bolts - 1/2" Diameter x 1" Long - 60 Degree - Qty 4 - RG02-020

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (50 Customer Reviews)

These 1/2" diameter x 1" long wheel bolts fit hub-piloted trailer wheels. Four 60-degree coned bolts included.

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They fit and seem to be good quality. 487258



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Still looks great and no signs of rust. Great value for the money. 289311


Comments
Still looking good, very Happy
Steve - 08/31/2017

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So here is a comparison of the stock lug and part numbers 20 and 40. The 20s worked well for me. I'll be sending the 40s back. Hope this helps someone. 671779



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Excellent purchase 901524



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Wheel Bolts look to be good quality. Installed with my new wheels and tires. 819535



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Works as should 818389



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Everything arrive in good condition. Its very refreshing to get quality products and great service. etrailer is a class act. 803992



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Worked as expected. 776701



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Great product, service and fast deliver y! 776599



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These items came quickly, and look good on my trailor 721588



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u guys r the best .. helped me all the way through with the lug bolts and helped me with wireing on my trailer ... will be ordering from u for all my trailer needs ... thanks again jeff 716000



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No problems 706390



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looks good 654513



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The personal attention and good advice were designed to help me and not just sell something . I love that kind of quality service. Thank you!! 643148



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Trailer Wheel Bolts fit great on my Dexter Rims. Thanks. 628647



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Used to replace the 40 year old studs on my Holsclaw motorcycle trailer. Quality is great and they fit perfectly. 560440



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As advertised.....installed. Bolt heads are larger than originals but still a standard lug size. 549059



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Good Service 516251



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I was very satisfied with the service I received from etrailer.com. I ordered this set of wheel bolts form etrailer.com on Tuesday, May 1. I choose the normal (cheapest) ground shipping method. I was pleased when I checked my email a few hours after placing my order and was notified that my shipping method had been upgraded to three day shipping with no additional costs! I then received the wheel bolts on Thursday, May 3. I will be using these wheel bolts to hold the wheels onto my 4'x 9' utility trailer an I hope to get plenty of use out of them. I would definitely recommend etrailer.com for two reasons being: 1, The great low price only offered by etrailer.com, and 2, the great and speedy service I received from etrailer.com. I will definitely be shopping again with etrailer.com in the near future. 503885



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Everything worked just fine thank you. 475738



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Bolts fit great, still holding tight a year later. etrailer is awesome! 441797



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These trailer wheel bolts worked great to replace my missing and busted ones. 436271


Comments
A year later...bolts still holding tight and strong.
Mike Y - 09/25/2018

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I purchased two trailer wheels & tires for my utility trailer from etrailer.com after looking at several web sites specializing in trailer tires and parts. etrailer was not the cheapest but was competitively priced and more importantly, had the most detailed information about the products they sold. The tires and wheels arrived in a timely manner, met my expectations and fit the hubs on my trailer perfectly. Would definitely buy from them again. 434605



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Very satisfied with service and glad they had what I was looking for. 397767



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Normal shipping and had it in 2 days Never disappointed with etrailer 387839


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  • How To Find Out What Size Wheel Bolts Are Needed for Mobile Home Axle with KH 71744 Hub
    I do have a few different wheel bolts that may work for you but I can't look any of this up based on the casting number of your trailer hub/drum. The best option you have to find this would be to take the hub/drum to a hardware store and try to find a bolt with the correct diameter and thread pitch. I suspect you will need either a 1/2" or 9/16" but the thread pitch is anyone's guess. I have attached a list of options below once you find this out. 1/2" Diameter x Fine Thread - part #...
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  • Torque Spec for 13 Inch Trailer Wheels That Use Bolts
    The correct torque specs for the wheel bolts like part # RG02-020 on your trailer with 13" wheels will be dependent on their diameter. I have attached a chart for you below with these variables. These torque specs will be the same whether you have wheel bolts or lug nuts/studs. If you don't have a torque wrench I recommend the Powerbuilt Dual Drive Torque Wrench part # ALL944001.
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  • Help Picking Out Replacement Wheel Bolt Part Number 6109 RT
    I wasn't able to get exact info on your part number, but from the part number we know it's right hand thread wheel bolt like the part # RG02-020 which is a fine thread 1/2 inch diameter bolt with a 60 degree angled head. The other most likely fit is the part # RG02-040 which has a 90 degree head. Do you have a picture of the bolt I can look at?
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  • How to Determine Correct Lug Nut/Wheel Bolts for Wesco Trailer with 3,990 lbs GAWR
    Most wheel bolts/lugs have a 1/2" diameter but it isn't too uncommon to have something else. While I don't know exactly what a Wesco trailer with a GAWR of 3,990 lbs uses, I can help you figure it out. The first thing to note is whether your hubs have lugs already and your wheel mounts to them, or whether you need to hold the wheel up and secure it in place using bolts. The other thing to note is what degree cone you have. For example, the 1/2" diameter wheel bolts come in 2 different...
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  • Are the Wheel Bolts, # RG02-020, 1/2"-20 Thread Size
    Yes, the Wheel Bolts, # RG02-020, are 1/2-20 bolts which seems to be the standard for many hubs, drums, and wheels. They also have the industry standard 60 degree cone and are fine threaded.
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  • Replacement Lug Bolts for 1963 Prowler Camping Trailer
    We have only a couple options for lug bolts, so you will need to confirm the fit on your 1963 Prowler camper. We have 1/2 inch diameter bolts that are 1 inch long with a 60 degree cone # RG02-020 or the 1/2 inch diameter bolts 7/8 inch long with 90 degree cone # RG02-040. Both have a head diameter of 13/16 inches and both have a fine thread. If this is not the correct fit, I've attached an article to assist with hub replacement based on axle spindle or bearing size. You will need...
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  • Fine Threaded 1/2 Inch Carriage Bolts to Hold Spare Tire to Carrier
    You might be able to use wheel bolts like # RG02-020 for a set of 4 which are fine threaded. Wheel bolts are used instead of lug nuts for hubs that have thread holes in them rather than the studs sticking out.
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  • How to Determine if Wheel Trailer Setup is Hub-Centric or Lug-Centric
    Looks like you have a hub-centric setup because you secure your wheels using lug bolts like part # RG02-020 instead of lug nuts like part # CE11051. The whole hub-centric wheel vs lug-centric wheel can be a bit confusing but it's as simple as noting whether you use bolts or nuts to secure your trailer wheel!
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  • How to Determine What Size Wheel Bolts Are Needed for Trailer Hub
    In order to determine the size wheel bolts you would need you will need to first determine the thread size of the bolts you currently have. You can do this by taking a wheel bolt to a hardware store so that you can compare it to the bolts they have there to find the size. Or if you have a tap and die kit you can try threading the bolts until you find the right size. I attached a link to a page that has all of the wheel bolts we carry for once you figure out what you need.
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  • Picking Out Lug Bolt Stamped 6109 RT for Trailer
    I wasn't able to get exact info on your part number, but from the part number we know it's right hand thread wheel bolt like the part # RG02-020 which is a fine thread 1/2 inch diameter bolt with a 60 degree angled head. The other most likely fit is the part # RG02-040 which has a 90 degree head.
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  • Can Redline Trailer Wheel Bolts be Used With Aluminum Wheel?
    The Redline # RG02-020 trailer wheel bolts are 1/2" diameter x 1" long and you would be able to use them with aluminum wheels. I've added a link to our selection of aluminum wheels for you to take a look at as well.
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  • Are the Trailer Wheel Bolts RG02-020 Galvanized
    I checked with my contact at Redneck and he confirmed that these Wheel Bolts # RG02-020 are zinc plated which is very similar to galvanization.
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  • Recommended Torque Specs for 15-Inch Wheels
    Torque specs vary depending on the lug size, wheel size and wheel material. The linked chart shows you the lug nut specs for various combinations. These will also apply for lug bolts like Redline # RG02-020. For example, for a 15-inch steel wheel secured with a 1/2-inch lug bolt use a torque range of 90 to 120-ft-lbs.
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  • Replacement Lug Bolts for 1997 Jayco Folding Trailer
    I did some research and it looks like the 1997 Jayco folding trailer used lug bolts that are 1/2" with a 13/16" head. The Redline wheel bolts you referenced # RG02-020, should work for your application.
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  • Trailer Wheel Bolt Recommendation for Fine Thread Bolts
    We do offer fine thread wheel bolts. I've linked the page to our selection. The one you referenced, # RG02-020, is a 1/2 inch diameter bolt. We also offer bolts that are 9/16 inch diameter and various lengths. You will want to find the bolt that has an appropriate length and the same diameter as what you currently have on your trailer.
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  • Are the Redline Wheel Bolts Zinc-Plated
    I checked with my contact at Redneck and he confirmed that these Wheel Bolts # RG02-020 are zinc plated.
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  • Replacement Wheel Bolts For Folding Utility Trailer
    One of the wheel bolts we offer are Redline Wheel Bolts, part # RG02-020. These are 1/2-20 bolts which are the standard for many hubs, drums, and wheels. They also have the industry standard 60 degree cone and are fine threaded. The 1/2 inch lug nut we offer is part # CE11051. These fit 1/2 inch wheel bolts. If you can possibly loosen at least one of the lug bolts you currently have we would have a better chance of trying to find the replacement you need. I recommend calling...
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  • Is a Hub Lug-Centric or Hub-Centric if it Uses Bolts with a Tapered Head
    Thank you for all of your information. I can definitely help you understand the difference between lug-centric hubs and hub-centric hubs. Lug-centric hubs have studs that are permanently on the hub. To install a wheel you would place them on the studs and then secure it in place with lug nuts like part # CE11051. Hub-centric hubs use bolts to secure the wheel to the hub (like what you have). It sounds like you are using trailer wheel bolts like part # RG02-020 and are getting confused...
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  • Are Trailer Wheel Bolts Left-Handed
    The Trailer Wheel Bolts - 1/2" Diameter x 1" Long - 60 Degree # RG02-020 you referenced are not left-handed; we do not carry any wheel bolts that are left-handed bolts at this time.
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  • Wheel Lug Nuts for Vintage Style 4-Bolt Trailer Hub
    Thank you for the photo of your vintage trailer hub. This type of hub uses bolts rather than lug nuts to secure the trailer wheel. We offer kit # RG02-020 which consists of four (4) 1/2-inch x 1-inch 60-degree-coned wheel bolts. We also have a kit # RG02-040 that has 90-degree-coned bolts that are 1/2-inch x 7/8-inch. We also have 9/16-inch x1-1/8-inch bolts # RG02-060. The particular wheels you use will require one or the other depending on the profile of the wheel holes. The wheel...
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  • Replacement 1/2 Inch Lug Bolts For Trailer Wheels
    I think you are looking for the Trailer Wheel Bolts - 1/2" Diameter x 1" Long - 60 Degree - Qty 4 # RG02-020. These have a head that is 13/16 of an inch and a 1 inch thread length.
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  • Availability of a Replacement Trailer Wheel with 4 on 4 Bolt Patten for a 13 Inch Tire
    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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  • Vintage Trailer Wheel Needed for a 1972 Prowler Travel Trailer with Hub Centric Wheel
    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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  • Difference Between 90 Degree and 60 Degree Lug Bolts
    The degrees represents the angle of the cone that is on the wheel bolt. If they are 90 degree then the cone is a 90 degree angle made by the angle created by each side of the bolt. A 60 degree lug bolt would have a 60 degree angle made by each sides of the lug. 60 is the more common size. For 90 degree you would want the # RG02-040 that you referenced or for 60 degree part # RG02-020.
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  • Can Trailer Tire & Wheel Combo # AM35351DX be Used with Hub that Uses Wheel Bolts and Not Lug Nuts
    Because your hubs take wheel bolts that means that the wheels are hub-centeric meaning it uses the hub to center the wheel. For this design the pilot hole of the wheel has to match exactly with the old wheels. On tire and wheel combo # AM35351DX the center pilot hole is 2.84 inches in diameter. So if that matches you can use this tire and wheel combo provided that your wheel bolts have the 60 degree coned head. If not you will need to replace them with ones that do have the proper shape....
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  • Will Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Tire with 15 Inch Aluminum Wheel, # AM32669 Fit 1974 Avion Trailer
    The Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Tire with 15 Inch Aluminum Wheel - 6 on 5-1/2 - Load Range D, part # AM32669, is a 15 x 6 inch wheel with a 6 on 5-1/2 inch bolt pattern. The center hole diameter is 4.25 inches. The center cap for this wheel is either the Excalibur Chrome Center Cap, part # 425EZ. It fits the center hole diameter of 4.25 inches. You have mentioned a bore size of 3-5/8 (3.625) inches and lug bolts to hold the wheel on. If you are using lug bolts, like the Wheel Bolts,...
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  • Center Pilot Hole on 12 Inch Trailer Wheel with 4 on 4 Bolt Pattern is Too Large for Hubs
    All of the 12 inch wheels with 4 on 4 bolt pattern that we carry have a pilot hole that is 2.8 inches or greater. If the wheel bolts have a 60 degree cone (like # RG02-020 as an example) then the bolts will be able to center the wheel on a hub-centric set up like what you have. The 60 degree cone will center at each hole thus centering the wheel. If the bolts are flat like a regular nut, or 90 degree, like # RG02-040, then they will not be able to center the wheel properly. We currently...
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  • Hardware To Secure Spare Tire To the Curt Trailer Hitch Mounted Spare Tire Carrier
    In order to secure a spare wheel/tire to the Curt Trailer Hitch Mounted Spare Tire Carrier part # C31006 you can use the Trailer Wheel Bolts part # RG02-020 with the Trailer Wheel Lug Nut part # CE11051 which bolt have 1/2"-20 threads. They do not really offer any lug nuts with coarse 1/2"-13 threads so this will be your best option.
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  • Correct 4.80-12 Wheel/Tire Combo for Hub with 2.50 Inch Pilot That Uses Wheel Bolts
    The correct 4.80-12 tire and wheel combo you are looking for is the Taskmaster 4.80-12 Bias Trailer Tire with 12" White Spoke Wheel part # TTWAA12WS because it has a 2.50" pilot. The Kenda 4.80-12 Bias Trailer Tire with 12" White Wheel part # AM30620 has a 2.84" pilot so it won't work since you have hub piloted hubs. That said, you'd need to ensure the hub has a 4 on 4" bolt pattern and uses 1/2" wheel bolts like the Trailer Wheel Bolts part # RG02-020 for example.
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