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    Default What are the best locking wheel nuts

    After the crappy vauxhall locking nut key snapped I need to replace my locking wheel nuts.
    What are the best to go for in terms of reliability.
    Everyone seems to rate McGard quite highly.
    Your thoughts gentlemen please.

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    Race-X are the best, very strong. My tyre fitter told me they are the only ones he would use as most of the others brake sooner or later.

    from the bay ... http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Race-X-Loc...item1c25b615bd

    or http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Locking-Wh...item5d3102c752

    I have used em for the last 5 years or so and wheels come off fairly regular, never had a problem.

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    Ive never had issues with McGard....but Grayston are utter poo IMO.

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    If an organised thief wants your wheels it will make little difference what you have.

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    Mc Guard are the ones i would personally go for, used them previously many times.

    The Race X ones in that picture would come of so easy with a socket + hammer. (had to do it before on a few friends cars)

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    McGuard for me, 2 per wheel though in opposite holes, makes it much harder for someone to pinch them!

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