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Hi i gather you are referring to the wheel nuts..well i hope so, lol, they get hot because of the friction caused by braking, the heat dissipates through anything that is near the rotor, and as the lug nuts/wheel nuts are connected to the rotor, they get hot...hope that helps happy 4th to you

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