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#1 TomTitanium62

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Posted 09 June 2013 - 05:57 PM

Hi all,

 

just after some advice regarding my locking wheel nut. as all of you will know, they rust. in terms of stopping it rust i know i can just apply some rust treatment.

 

what i'm after is a more long term permanent solution. i would like a new locking wheel nut to either match the colour of the other ones or the alloys which obviously means, painted wheel nut = no rust.

 

also i dont mind having to get new ones, but i wouldnt have a clue which ones are for my car. 

 

anyone have any ideas ? 

 

thanks in advance 

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#2 mtuman

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Posted 09 June 2013 - 06:48 PM

Hi Thomas.

Had the same trouble with my C max. Bought mine from local car shop or I know they are available from Halfords.

 

Make is McGard, part number if you have 12mm studs is 24212 or 14mm studs 24214. They are a little pricey but good quality.

 

Cheers Mtuman



#3 TomTitanium62

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Posted 09 June 2013 - 09:16 PM

That's awesome man, thanks a lot for that. I might pop by halfords or euro car parts during the week and get some hopefully.


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