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      11-13-2008, 03:30 AM   #23
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RAD Are the only cold-Forged wheel locks on the market. Amazing Quality and with the code program, you are not worried about somebody having the same key to turn the bolts lose.
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Although it doesn't guarantee 100% security, it definitely adds to it. You can never have too much protection, so I would definitely get it. The RAD Wheel locks are very popular wheel locks.
Very popular wheel locks is NOT a good thing lol
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This is the cheapest and most important safety feature of a car. Esp if you have the 19" rims. I know some will say if a criminal wants something they will take it, but locks may slow them down or deter them altogether.
Yeah, they will just take the whole car! bastards.
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Are these RAD wheel locks roughly the same weight as the oem lugs? I ask b/c I had a bad steering wheel vibration on my other vehicle after getting just wheel locks. As soon as I got the same manufacturer's spline-drive tuner lugs (same weight as locking lug), the vibration was gone so the only thing I can conclude was that the weight of the oem lugs vs the locking lug was way off thus causing the vibration. Can a vendor weigh them & also an oem lug then PM the price shipped to Texas?
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      11-18-2008, 02:00 PM   #27
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Are these RAD wheel locks roughly the same weight as the oem lugs? I ask b/c I had a bad steering wheel vibration on my other vehicle after getting just wheel locks. As soon as I got the same manufacturer's spline-drive tuner lugs (same weight as locking lug), the vibration was gone so the only thing I can conclude was that the weight of the oem lugs vs the locking lug was way off thus causing the vibration. Can a vendor weigh them & also an oem lug then PM the price shipped to Texas?
Very close to OEM lug weights, it's not too much of a concern since the lugs are so close to centerline.

We offer the RAD lugs and locks, all fitments are in stock - even if you have spacers.
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Any venders interested in doing a GB on the wheel locks? I know there will be about 20-30 people who will have new wheelss in a few months.

Also do they have colored locks with matching lugs?
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