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recently picked up a spyder, previous owner thought it was cool to put acorn style lugs all around. Looking for a whole set.
 

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I recently changed mine. The dealer wanted over $100 for all 16. I went to Discount Tire and got the same ones (not Toyota's, but perfect fit) for $36. Just FYI.
 

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I have a set of 16 in great condition.
You can have them for $20 shipped if you are interested.
 

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I hate to tell you this but if you type in the year, make and model of MR2 Spyder you get a message that these are not compatible.
It will thread and probably hold the wheel on but our wheels are not the "Mag Seat" type that they picture at the bottom of the post.
 

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It will thread and probably hold the wheel on but our wheels are not the "Mag Seat" type that they picture at the bottom of the post.
Actually, the OEM rims on the spyder are supposed to have the "mag seat" lug nuts that have the bottom section that threads into the openings in the wheels.

The "acorn" type are not recommended as they just hold the wheel in position by pressure and not by lugs that actually insert themselves into the bolt openings.
 

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Stock Wheels have the "Mag seat" lug nuts.

George, you ordered the correct lug nuts.
 
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