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Ok guys I just put a Dana 70 in my truck and all I need is lug nuts. I have been looking for cheaper ones than 2.00. I found them for .24 and .51 a piece. My question is what is the difference between a nut for a dually and one for singles. I'm running singles on my truck. The wheels use the factory style cone lugnuts. Just wondering if there is even a difference
 

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The axle is drw and I'm running singles on it the nuts it had on it for the duals were cone. Im getting new nuts cause I put new studs on it to get away from having right and left hand threads.
 

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Because if they are both cone why different part numbers between the srw and drw? And it's not for left and right thread .
 

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Dually lug nuts are flat on the back, not coned. This has been my observation, and may or may not be the rule.
 

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I went and looked at them at the parts store in this particular app. The dually had a shorter cone than the singles
 
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