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09-20-2019 08:53 AM
ironpony
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Originally Posted by cjgoode View Post
Funny!! But with any of these locks, wheel locks, trailer hitch locks, trailer tongue locks, just google how to break them and watch the video's of how easy they all are to break off with very minimal tools.

Unfortunately this is too true locks only keep honest people honest.
For the time it took to read all the posts you could of took a socket and had them all off already.
also a lot of the locks can not be tightened very well, you might be able to grab it with channel locks and take them off
09-20-2019 08:30 AM
cjgoode
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Originally Posted by HeavyTwo View Post
I see you live in New York.

Take the truck to the Bronx, put it on blocks and wait. ( blocks are optional, should make it quicker)

I'd sit near, once they remove the tires, jump out and yell. They'll run away, leaving the tires.

You're Welcome!
Funny!! But with any of these locks, wheel locks, trailer hitch locks, trailer tongue locks, just google how to break them and watch the video's of how easy they all are to break off with very minimal tools.
09-19-2019 09:51 PM
HeavyTwo I see you live in New York.

Take the truck to the Bronx, put it on blocks and wait. ( blocks are optional, should make it quicker)

I'd sit near, once they remove the tires, jump out and yell. They'll run away, leaving the tires.

You're Welcome!
09-19-2019 09:34 PM
nick00less
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Originally Posted by Ltngdrvr View Post
They can't do anything without the code from the locks which is on the registration card that came with them.

Guessing that since the truck was bought used, that paperwork is missing.
Understood.

However...

It doesn’t hurt to ask for help.
09-19-2019 09:26 PM
tsconver most dealers have a complete set of keys and can remove it and tell you which key you need.
09-19-2019 09:02 PM
dwalk19
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Originally Posted by Ltngdrvr View Post
They can't do anything without the code from the locks which is on the registration card that came with them.



Guessing that since the truck was bought used, that paperwork is missing.
yeah i went through all paperwork didn't see any registration card, i'll still try and call them tomorrow

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09-19-2019 08:55 PM
Ltngdrvr
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Originally Posted by nick00less View Post
McGard makes our wheel locks/keys. Contact them.
They can't do anything without the code from the locks which is on the registration card that came with them.

Guessing that since the truck was bought used, that paperwork is missing.
09-19-2019 08:12 PM
nick00less McGard makes our wheel locks/keys. Contact them.
09-19-2019 06:15 PM
slayerfish I've used the socket trick -It works!

1st try I used a cheap socket it split.

2nd try I used a SK socket it worked fine. Then Just beat out the lugnut and go on with life.
09-19-2019 06:14 PM
Ltngdrvr
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Originally Posted by dwalk19 View Post
seems like there should be a generic key to fit it
Well, if there was then it would kind of defeat the purpose of a wheel lock, wouldn't it?
09-19-2019 06:11 PM
dwalk19 yeah i checked all those places, seems like there should be a generic key to fit it

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09-19-2019 05:37 PM
Lins
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Originally Posted by RamHunter18 View Post
If you bought it from a dealer take it in and have them remove them. It was probably throw out when the cleaned it. Make sure you check under the passenger seat in case its with the jack stuff
Passenger seat, rear under floor storage or glove box?
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