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Locking wheel nuts

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by dgannon69, Mar 9, 2006.

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    are these all different for each car like a Key or can u use special locking nut thingy on other audi locking nuts?

    Dave
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    There isn't many combinations of the standard locking bolts so I would go for some aftermarket ones just to be safe! McGuards are supposed to be one of the best! You can even get them in Halfords for approx £30.
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    oh ok thanks mate. It seemed like i had someone follow me home tonight and i just feel a little worried...

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    Contact Nav at PRI racing.com, hes a dealer for them and can recommend the right ones for you.
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    If you think you're being followed then don't go home until they're gone.
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    i didnt, i drove up another road a bit further up the road from my house and then they went. It doesnt really matter though because the village i live in is so small...
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    There isn't many combinations of the standard locking bolts so I would go for some aftermarket ones just to be safe! McGuards are supposed to be one of the best! You can even get them in Halfords for approx £30.

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    here here
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