lug nut

(redirected from Lugnut)

lug nut

n.
A heavy, rounded nut that fits over a bolt, used especially to attach an automotive vehicle's wheel to its axle.

lug′ nut`



n.
a large nut fitting on a heavy bolt, used esp. in attaching a wheel to a motor vehicle.
Translations
Radmutter
wielmoer
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
It may be as strong as a lugnut, but over-torquing could damage the base.
Flywheel Media's syndicated "Track & Speed" page has launched "Last Lap With The Lugnut," a radio vignette featuring "The Lugnut" columnist Rod Thrown.
On July 1, 2013, a minor league game between the Lansing Lugnuts (Blue Jays) and Great Lakes Loons (Dodgers) featured a play in which an apparent game-winning single for the Lugnuts was nullified when the runner at first joined the celebration instead of advancing to second.
The $11 million development will include a four-story building overlooking the outfield of Cooley Law School Stadium, home to the Lansing Lugnuts minor league baseball team.
Chad Norris puts the five lugnuts in his mouth, spits them onto the tires and they tighten themselves.
The others were the Indianapolis Indians (14,504); Charlotte Knights (14,206); Fresno Grizzlies (13,839); Iowa Cubs (11,950); New Orleans Zephyrs (11,778); Durham Bulls (11,117); Las Vegas 51s (11,026); Lansing Lugnuts (10,512); Rochester Red Wings (10,412); Lehigh Valley IronPigs (10,100); and Memphis Redbirds (10,063).
Timber Lansing 28 Twins Indians 22 Rattlers Lugnuts Minor July Charleston Asheville League 28 RiverDogs * Tourists Home Opponent July Lake County Dayton 29 Captains Dragons April Kannapolis Lexington Aug.
For instance, the Lansing (MI) Lugnuts and the Fort Wayne (IN) Tin Caps both speak to the unique contributions to our society in the form of local industry and American legend, respectively (Schneider, 2006).
Worcester's Tim Collins is on the roster of the Class-A Lansing Lugnuts, but he got a taste the big leagues last week when he pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays against the Washington Nationals.
And Pete, I have to say, was always ten lugnuts loose and I'm not talking out of school if I say so.