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      05-01-2012, 11:04 PM   #1
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Question locking lug nut for breyton 18"

Will these work for the 18" breyton's ?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...SIN=B000COTX4S

I am unsure, I got the car and wanted to get a locking set on it.
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      05-02-2012, 08:31 AM   #2
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anyone have breytons and know?
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Yes they will. I had a set and never used it (sold it on here), but I know they fit on your car. I bought mine the same time as I bought my old Breytons two years ago.
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Great, thanks! Did you go with something else? I like the black finish, so they don't look weird/chrome like the other lock nuts.
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Yes, those work for an OE lock set (which the Breytons use.) Silver is better priced @ $23.95 but the black works the same and matches the OE lugs.
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      05-02-2012, 10:37 AM   #6
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thanks, will buy
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Great, thanks! Did you go with something else? I like the black finish, so they don't look weird/chrome like the other lock nuts.
I just decided against getting locks in general. I keep the car in the garage at night, and never really bring it to a high crime area, so I figured I don't need them and they're not worth the hassle. McGard makes great wheel locks, though
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Typically, I agree...I live in a very safe neighborhood ... semi dense. We call it uptown here in Minneapolis...yet one day, I woke up, and saw this outside, near my car



I am unsure if he had wheel locks or not, but it still happened on one of the busier streets in the area.
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The best wheel locks can be removed in the same time as standard lugnuts, just with a slightly over sized socket hammered over it. I've stopped spending money on them.
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I am just hoping to deter who I can .. these look difficult, so I am hoping they help.
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