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You can try the socket method, OR run up to your local parts store, (Sears) and buy a set of wheel lock removers. Works great, and it comes with three different sizes.
kinda defeats the purpose of having locks huh?
Sure does - don't waste your money. If they really want them, they'll get them. And no offense, but I think the Pony wheels are well past their prime in the theft department.
I had a set of locks about 15 years ago and the tire techs broke the key. So they took a socket that didn't quite fit over the overall lug, pounded the sh*t out of it until it squeezed over it - and off it came. It will ruin the socket - but still its easy to get around.
Oh yeah - nice looking vert you got there Some day I'll get my sig photo updated to include my '85 GT Vert.
1982 GT Med. Red - 13,000 Mile Survivor
1985 GT T-topper - 15,000 Mile Survivor
1988 #400 Saleen Coupe "Mean Machine" (Legal Guardian
2005 S-281 #92 Mineral Grey - 8400 Miles & Counting
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