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I lost the special lug nut key, so where can i buy another key for it?

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The only possible solution is that if it was a factory provided key MAYBE you can ask for a replacement one in your local Mercury dealer, but most likely since it's a '95 model you should take it to a local tire shop to have all the 4 removed and repaired. Good luck

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