I bought a full set of gorilla wheel locks 24pc set from summit racing, was enough for all four wheels, the spare and left one extra.
Gorilla wheel locks aren't very secure at all. Unfortunately those are the kind that were sent along with the new wheels I have sitting in my garage. The newer Mopar wheel locks (that are on my Jeep right now) are much better, but they're not for aftermarket wheels.
I actually had a small tire cover on mine.
If they wanted to get to my spare tire, they would have to spend 30 minutes getting the extra small cover off. And if they did, well I think they earned it ha
I know the old junkyard trick for removing a locking lug was to just hammer a deep socket on and turn it right off. This worked great on the old round locking lugs. They will slow a thief down but, if he's prepared it wont take much. Snap-on even sells tools specifically for removing locking lugs when no key is available.
I had some jerks steal my competition BBQ smoker out of my yard a few years ago. Spent $5000 building this thing, had a tongue lock, wheel locks, the whole deal. Even had a it chained to my garage through a steel pole. They rolled up one night around 4:30, brought a torch and cut EVERYTHING that held it in place. I heard it as they went up and over my curb to pull it away. They left scraping marks all down the road (as it hung low). When I called the cops, they said, "we'll be there in a few hours to take the report". They didn't show up until the next shift!
Thieves. Ugh. Hate them.
Denis A. Baldwin
1991 YJ 99 Vortec 5.7L, SM465, NP205, 14 Bolt Rear, Dana 60 Front, 5.13 Gears, Detroit Lockers, 395/85R20 46" Michelin XML tires on 20" XD Wheels, Cherokee Offset Springs (10" front to back stretch total), Bilstein 5150s, 1in. BL, custom cage, Warn M8000, Double D Dash/OHC, 4Low Front Stinger Bumper, DirtWorx Rear Bumper WTC, Tube Fenders, Comp Cut, 1 Ton HD Kingpin High Steering and PAID FOR.