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      12-10-2009, 11:47 PM   #1
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So, my car came with wheel locks. I got new wheels, and the lock wont fit so I had to purchase new ones...

what im wondering is, how do i get the key smaller or what kind of locks are these?

I was told they're mcgards and I know mcgards can get their locks reordered if u lose them

so does anyone know if i can get a modified lock for the ones i got with the car? thanks!
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So, my car came with wheel locks. I got new wheels, and the lock wont fit so I had to purchase new ones...

what im wondering is, how do i get the key smaller or what kind of locks are these?

I was told they're mcgards and I know mcgards can get their locks reordered if u lose them

so does anyone know if i can get a modified lock for the ones i got with the car? thanks!
I don't understand your question. You now have two sets of wheels and two sets of locks that fit them, with keys, correct?

All lock bolts should have a code stamped on them. I believe on the stock ones they are in the concave center. The dealer can reorder keys based on that code, I believe.
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I don't understand your question. You now have two sets of wheels and two sets of locks that fit them, with keys, correct?

All lock bolts should have a code stamped on them. I believe on the stock ones they are in the concave center. The dealer can reorder keys based on that code, I believe.
i was saying my OEM locks key wont fit in the rim hole to screw in the bolt... but i believe you answered my question!

thank u!
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i was saying my OEM locks key wont fit in the rim hole to screw in the bolt.
I understood you couldn't fit the key into the rim, not the lock itself. If I'm not mistaken, there're 7 different keys, from 'ABC30' to 'ABC36'. Hope you need some sort of proof of wheel-lock purchase to buy them. And McGard keys are completely different. Keep us posted.
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I wasnt able to find any code, help?! thanks!
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I wasnt able to find any code, help?! thanks!
What in the hell are you doing posting at 2:30 in the morning?!! I was not remembering correctly. The code on the key is on the concave head. The code on the lock is on the threaded end. I believe it is not on the cap end because a thief could then read the code and buy the key necessary. Here is mine:
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