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Wheel locks I am trying to find a website where I can order some wheel locks but I am turning up empty handed, can you help. I need 12mm 1.25 hex socket lug nut or wheel locks, open end and tapered. I can't use regular lug nuts or splines cause the original lugs on my car fit snugly in the hole and you can't fit a impact wrench socket in there so the wheel lock key has to fit into the lug not around it. Think you can help me?

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  • Veronica H.
    Veronica H. Jan 05, 2009

    There is nothing on the wheel to indicate who makes it. I went to this one tire place that I have done business with for a long time that sells tires/wheels and everything else for it but they can't locate the ones I need either.

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    I am not talking about a tire shop, I am talking about a shop that sells only custom wheels, other than that I can't help u, I have no other sources for these locks

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    The best thing to do is contact a custom wheel dealer, they have access to hundreds of different wheel locks, I am sure they can help u.

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Heres my site I got those same wheel locks from and also a few others hope this helped:
www.godspeedmotorsportsonline.com
www.ebay.com
peach street auto 18003652341

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