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Old 03-18-2014, 08:57 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a set of wheel locks that fit American racing torq that wheels. The pocket the lugs sit in are too small for all of the locking lugs/ sockets I could find. Has anyone found a set that work?

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*torq thrust
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Old 03-20-2014, 12:37 AM   #2
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Ive had quit a few wheel locks for my car if only i could keep track of them. But i had a of gorilla ones (i think that was the name) but iv gotten sets from autozone that all have worked. The threads on mine are 1/2-20 should be the same for yours
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Old 03-20-2014, 05:33 AM   #3
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Do you have the torq thrusts on your car? Yeah I have the same lug size. I got a set of dormans and the lugs fit but the "key" didn't clear the pocket the lugs sit in
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I do but i didnt get that set
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Old 03-20-2014, 01:29 PM   #5
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Do you remember where you got them?
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You might need to find some that look like this. These would not fit but they are from the Ford website. Hope the image made it.

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Let me try again. Here's the link anyway:
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Old 03-20-2014, 03:03 PM   #8
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Those look like the ones I got before. I'll check out the ford website
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I'm looking for a set of wheel locks that fit American racing torq that wheels. The pocket the lugs sit in are too small for all of the locking lugs/ sockets I could find. Has anyone found a set that work?

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We have 6spline lug nuts available. They're pretty lower profile both height and weight. Plus the socket that they come with has a thin sidewall for lighter wheels.

Not sure if this is really want you're looking for, but it may help!

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Do you remember where you got them?

Well one was from tirerack when i first got my wheels and then i got the rest from autozone
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Okay thanks, do you guys sell them in sets of 4 or do I have to spring for all 20?
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Okay thanks, do you guys sell them in sets of 4 or do I have to spring for all 20?

I have the spline lug nuts on mine now. Iv only seem those in full sets
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Oh I remember the name it was mcguard (i think thats how you spell it
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We're they the splined type or the standard lock?
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Standard locking ones
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I'll see if I can find them, thanks
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I found them on summit
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