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    Locking Nut ...

    Ok sorry bout this need to no if i can do something before the worst has to hapen ..

    I bought my car about a month ago no (1.8 astra sport with the standard alloys) .. and asked the dealer selling it does the car have locking nuts?? .. he said no (at this point the alloys had caps on so they just looked like all the same bolts =/ ) .. within the last few weeks the back reer tyre has developed a slow puncture .. so i went to a garage today to have a new tyre but found out it needed a locking wheel nut =/ ..


    Is there anyway of getting the nut off without the key!? ..

    Help really appreciated guys will save hours of drilling

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    Are you in the AA?

    Give them a ring, call out later and you'll be sorted.

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    Ye i am .. think im on my dads policy .. what will they get them off!? ..

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    I know a way of gettin them off takes seconds pm me and i shall tell you. Dont wont to put it up here cause any one can see it.

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