Lug Nuts & Locks

McGard, Dorman, Gorilla

Every car owner wants their vehicle to stay safe and secure whether at day or at night. Various mechanical and electronic immobilizers, car alarms, tailgate and hood locks, brake pedal and gear shifter locks, ignition/steering wheel column and crook locks, and, of course, wheel locks and lug nuts are available for almost any car. Whatever anti-theft option you prefer, CARiD is always ready to help you with its virtual shelves full of high quality parts.

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Not only a vehicle but also its wheels can be prime targets for thieves, especially such expensive ones as alloy wheels. While being one of the most affordable anti-theft devices, lug nuts and locks are a powerful preventative measure. Instead of a standard five-sided head that every lug wrench or socket can fit over, wheel locks feature a round, smooth exterior and come in a range of configurations and sizes to allow installation on most automobiles.

Spline Drive Wheel Lugs

There are two types of lug nuts: shank and cone-seat style. The latter lug nuts are more common and can be found on most factory as well as many aftermarket wheels. The taper of these lug nuts matches the seating surface around the holes in the wheels which are centered on the mounting flange. On the contrary, shank-style lug nuts center the wheel on the studs due to an extended shank that fits into the wheel's bolt-hole bores.

Colored Wheel Lugs

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Lug Nuts & Locks the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as McGard, Agency Power the Lug Nuts & Locks we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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Installing as well as removing wheel lug nuts and locks is a simple one-person process. Jacking up the vehicle is not required, though one can do so if necessary. To install the part, take a lug wrench and remove one of the existing lug nuts that hold the wheel on. Once the task is complete, you can install the wheel lock onto the stud by threading it in by hand. Tighten the lock in place by using the lug wrench and you’re done. Now you can be 100% sure that wherever and for how long you leave your vehicle on the street, your wheels and tires will stay in place.

Tuner Lug Nuts

Wheel lug nuts and locks are definitely of an ultimate advantage for car owners, though they can also be problematic. The thing is that drivers often misplace the key to the lock and, consequently, cannot remove their wheels easily. Such removing often results in a damaged wheel since the lock either requires to be machined out or something pounded into the end of it in order that the lock can be turned. To avoid such a situation, be sure you keep the wheel lock key in your vehicle all the time so that in case you have a flat tire, you’ll be able to remove the wheel without a hassle.

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If you are upgrading from a set of factory wheels to custom alloy wheels, your original equipment lug nuts will be exposed and visible when you make the change. Once shiny, but now covered with rust, grease and dirt, the old nuts may have been fine when hidden behind wheel covers. But once you're rolling on new rims, the dingy look of old lug nuts just won't cut it...
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Average rating:54.8 - 31 reviews
1991 Chevy S-10 Pickup
| Posted by | (Elkhorn, WI)

Everything was easy about this purchase: 1) the price (somewhat) [should indicate that a card means 5-items] 2) the appearance 3) the ease of application I am very well pleased with this product, purchase, and delivery.

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