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      01-14-2009, 06:51 PM   #33
King Tut
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Of course you can use locking lug nuts, but they aren't any easier to steal than the OEM wheel bolts. I don't believe in locking lug nuts although most aftermarket lugs use a key of some kind that does make it slightly harder to steal without the key. Bottom line is if someone wants your wheels they are going to get them. A hammer and the right socket will get just about any wheel lock off.
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