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Wheel Lock Set

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If you love customizing your car, you probably spend a lot of money to get those special additions that make it look and perform better. There's a downside to this, though, because having customized components can make your vehicle a target for theft. Surely, you don't want to lose those expensive auto the rims of your wheels that cost you hundreds of dollars. Good thing you can now find accessories that address this kind of problem. One good example is the wheel lock set. Also known as locking lug nuts, wheel locks are designed to keep your wheels intact. They cannot be removed using a tire iron, and they require a special key in order to be unlocked. Most wheel locks are chromed, making them easy to match with any vehicle make and model. Considering the amount of money that you'll be able to save in the future, a wheel lock set is definitely worth every penny. In fact, they're not that expensive, and they only cost around $50.

How to Install Wheel Locks

A wheel lock set typically contains 4 or 5 locks, and what you need will depend on the type of wheels that you have. After installation, keep the lock key in a safe because you'll need it in case you have a flat tire. Here's a brief guide on how to install them.

Step 1: To begin, remove the hub caps of your wheels and then use a tire iron to remove the lug nuts. Set them aside.

Step 2: After successfully removing the hub caps and lug nuts, start installing the wheel locks by hand.

Step 3: Next, get the lock key and inset it to the wheel lock. After that, get the tire iron and use this to tighten the nut.

Step 4: As aoon as the nuts are securely in place, press the key inward and tighten the lock. Make sure you don't over or under tighten the locks to avoid causing damage to your wheels. Always follow the specific torque measurement indicated in the instruction manual of the wheel lock set.

Step 5: Repeat steps one to four until you finish locking all the wheels of your vehicle, including the spare tire.

Step 6: Lastly, test drive the new wheel locks and retighten them after driving 25 miles.

How to Remove Wheel Locks

Whether you have aenew wheel lock set for upgrades or you just need to change a flat tire, here's a removal guide to help you uninstall the wheel locks of your ride.

Step 1: To start, get the lock key and insert it to any of your vehicle's wheel locks.

Step 2: Next, hold the key in position using one hand and then get the lug wrench to slide it over the end of the key.

Step 3: After that, carefully push the end of the lug wrench onto the key.

Step 4: And lastly, apply some pressure to the lug wrench and turn it to the left until it's completely unlocked.