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    Thread: Rims with no key to unlock to change flat

    1. 06-04-2007 01:21 AM #36
      Any tire store should have that tool.

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      06-04-2007 01:23 AM #37
      hmmm, im pretty sure my key would work on those, too bad you aren't close.

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      06-04-2007 03:44 AM #38
      Quote, originally posted by rimtrim »
      I'll never understand how people manage to lose the keys to these things. I mean, you just put it in the glovebox and it stays there...

      A coworker bought a used car and didn't know what "that thing" was, so she threw it out.

    4. 06-04-2007 08:16 AM #39
      Quote, originally posted by 330R »


    5. 06-04-2007 09:35 AM #40
      who on hell would want to steal Motegi rims anyway?
      "We are each free to believe what we want, and it's my view that my simplest explanation is: THERE IS NO GOD, no one created the universe and no one directs our fate." - Stephen Hawkings

    6. 06-04-2007 09:42 AM #41
      Quote, originally posted by peircedchic »
      ive had some people tell me i could beat them off, will that damage anything?

      Only do it once they get the wheels off. As far as damage, I guess it really depends on how you were raised.

    7. Member ShavedFace's Avatar
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      06-04-2007 10:12 AM #42
      Who would steal Motegis?

    8. 06-04-2007 12:26 PM #43
      Quote, originally posted by ShavedFace »
      Who would steal Motegis?

      oh.... i don't know

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      06-04-2007 12:47 PM #44
      ANY FIX-A-FLAT place can get wheel locks off. Wheel locks are very easy to remove for someone who knows how to do the guys at any fix-a-flat or tir repair center.

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      06-04-2007 12:55 PM #45
      Those are the exact same lugs that were on my civic when I bought it. A 7/8 impact socket and a hammer fixed 'em good.

      Quote Originally Posted by cockerpunk
      where have i backpedaled?

    11. 06-04-2007 03:23 PM #46
      Those look like you could probably get them off with a 12pt deep-well socket [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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    12. 06-04-2007 04:08 PM #47
      I'm telling you that that tool is common. Any tire store will have it!

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