I am committed to use OEM parts, but if I were an owner I would definitely check out the one's from Amazon. I feel bad for the guys at the tire stores that will be blamed on damage that they did not do.
They've been capping the heads of lug nuts and bolts for years. My 93 ZJ didn't lose a cap until around 2007, and my 04 WJ lost its first cap a few months ago. I was able tap it back on, and it's stayed on. Don't have much confidence the next time they have to be removed though.
It sucks these KL caps are coming off after just a couple of years.
I vividly recall the Liberty's lug nut caps being *easy* to detect, because they deformed and tore quite easily. With the recent damage done to a few of my KL's lug bolt heads, I couldn't even tell they were capped. Probably because it is minor damage, but it still causes a socket to grip on them.
From what I'm seeing and hearing, it's like impact tools should never come close to these capped heads, and that is ridiculous in today's world.
Amazon Canada does not have inexpensive chrome lug bolts like the OP found on the US site. The Otis ones are $80 per set while they are $50 in the US. I could get chrome tuner bolts for less than $50, but they spell out *NO AIR TOOLS* on their boxes, which many shops would not know and probably ignore if told...
Since I only have 2, maybe 3 damaged bolt heads, I can take my Mopar lock bolts out of retirement and use a few of those, until cheaper decent bolts show up in Canada...
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