oh wow, I'm sorry man, i didn't think it would get ripped off if its as locked, i havens sen the tuffy ones but i don't see them being better unless they replace the rails where the box attaches, they're made of plastic thats why the box can be popped out . i would invest with under the seat locking boxes and just keep the glove box unlocked and empty.
The right socket and a half inch breaker bar will snap the locking nut right off. they just keep honest people honest I wonder I saw online a console lock box that slid right into your console has anyone had or used this and are they thief proof they look pretty tuff .
I have a Smittybilt in my Jeep...bolts in along the edges with about 9-10 bolts. Not impossible to take out, but much more difficult then the stocker, with it's cheesy little strap. It's pretty solid and I have no regrets on the purchase...
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If they took the lug key then you might get your wheels stolen next. Get a replacement lug key, take those lugs off and get new locking lugs.
I guess I'm a noob, are all lug keys different? I found a replacement set of 5 with a key on craigslist. I have the stock rims rhino lined with Goodyear wrangler tires and haven't left it parked outside of my garage since.
Card with the code number?? I don't think so, as it was a recent purchase. What is that?
When you get locking lugs, there is typically a card with a security code on it to reorder a key, in case you lose the original.
If someone has your security code, they can order an additional key and then come back and steal your wheels. But it's not really appropriate here, because they already HAVE your key. I'd recommend getting new wheel locks all around, and pitching those locks. You wouldn't want them on any cars in your driveway since the thief has the key. He could bring it back and try it on all the vehicles parked there.
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Crazy. As it's a fairly sizable thing I can't imagine someone not noticing a person spending the time to remove it and carry it away.
ALSO: this was in the middle of the day, in my driveway, which most feel is pretty safe neighborhood. Timeframe was within 2 hours of when a friend left, a when I left the house.
I called discount tire and they said that they have a set of universal keys that they can try out with no charge. But if none of them fit, then it's $10 per lug. $50 with the back tire :-/ that's twice the new lock lugs