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Apr 10, 3:26pm - #439439 
wheel lock...HELP!

i need some help.. i have some wheel lock that lock my rims. but now i lost the key to open it!!! is there a way i can try to get it out???


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Apr 10, 3:43pm - #439440 
hmm, did you register with th ecompany that you bought your wheel locks from? I think your best bet is to find out what company you got it from, and see what they can do, they probably gave you a model number or somthing to decode what pattern you have.


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Apr 10, 3:47pm - #439441 
if there is a performance/accessories store close by your house try to give them a call and see if they could help you...
the one over here charges 25 dollars per lug you need to get off..

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Apr 10, 5:13pm - #439442 
snap-on makes a wheel lock extractor kit. I had to but it when a butt head over torqued my nuts! The kit came with 5 sockets and cost around $60 If you knew the exact size you can buy only that one socket! Chase down a snap-on truck!
Or go to walmart and tell them to rotate the tires and they will do it, just get reguler nuts!

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Apr 10, 7:40pm - #439443 
take it to a dealership (preferably one you know someone at) and they should have a key that will take them off.. My buddy works for BMW and they have a bit that like forms around they impression on the key its pretty cool...

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Apr 10, 9:00pm - #439444 
thanks for all the info


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Apr 10, 9:48pm - #439445 
Originally Posted by maingear
snap-on makes a wheel lock extractor kit. I had to but it when a butt head over torqued my nuts! The kit came with 5 sockets and cost around $60 If you knew the exact size you can buy only that one socket! Chase down a snap-on truck!
Or go to walmart and tell them to rotate the tires and they will do it, just get reguler nuts!



what scares me is if its that easy to get the locks of, then whats the point of wheel locks? confused


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Apr 10, 11:27pm - #439446 
There is none! Looks I guess?! I do not use them. it's a hassle I don't deal with anymore!

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