Used Ford Galaxy Standard Wheel Nuts
All used Ford Galaxy Standard Wheel Nuts listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com listed used car parts for Ford Galaxy are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.
About Standard Wheel Nuts
Galaxy Ford standard wheel nuts are a standard nut that is used to secure the wheels to the vehicle which helps prevent them from coming loose and falling off. Wheel nuts function to make sure the wheels on the car stay firmly in place so are an important safety feature.
The wheels are fixed onto the bolts or wheel studs on the axle of the car and can be secured with the Galaxy Ford standard wheel nuts. The wheel nuts are designed with a threaded hole which matches the bolt it's threading onto, enabling a secure and firm grip.
There are many different types of wheel nuts available; they come in different sizes and styles and can be made from alloy or steel and have different specifications. It's important you buy the right wheel nuts for your vehicle that will fit your wheels properly. Locking wheel nuts are also available for that extra security measure to keep the wheels safe and securely fixed to the vehicle.
Wheel nuts can corrode over time due to exposure to the elements. When replacing the wheel nuts on your vehicle it's important to get a part that will fit correctly and be compatible with the wheels on your car. Ill fitting wheel nuts could lead to the wheels coming loose or becoming vulnerable to theft. Buying the Galaxy Ford standard wheel nuts will guarantee you get a part that's ideal for the make and model of your vehicle. Getting the right wheel nuts for your vehicle means they will perform safely and properly and will last longer.
Ford Galaxy trivia
- Not only has the Ford Galaxy received a five-star adult safety rating from Euro NCAP, but it also received a strong four stars for child and passenger safety too.
- Sharing a many of its design elements with the Ford Mondeo, the Galaxy has been built alongside the Ford S-Max since 2006.
- Three Brits once drove a Ford Galaxy from France to a race in Prague but got stopped and detained on the way. That is because they had painted the car to look like a tank, and even added a plywood turret and a drainpipe to act as the ‘gun’. The three men had only paid £500 for the Galaxy, which was confiscated by German police.
- There are six Ford Galaxy models that have been customised and turned into mini cinemas. The seating was removed and replaced with cinema seats, and a huge screen with additional speakers was installed. The cars were then taken around the UK by Hertz and showed movies to the general public.
- In 1998, 12,233 people purchased a Ford Galaxy, despite Top Gear magazine calling it the ‘least satisfying car in the UK.” It still outsold its nearest competitor by more than double and was named the best-selling MPV in the UK.