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Old 10-09-2018, 12:16 PM
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Lost my Lug nut key

I have 6 Spine lug nuts and o can't find my keys any where!!!

Can I buy one off Amazon or go to a car parts store??

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did you register it? If so they will be able to replace it. If not go to a tire store they usually have keys to fit the different combos.

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I don't know what brand you have, but the ones I bought have a number on the key which I presume is the number I would look for if I lost them. I took a photo of them so hopefully I can find that photo if I ever lose the key.
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If the above options don't pan out. You can usually find a socket that is a close fit and hammer it on and then use an impact wrench to remove. You might ruin your socket in the process, but that is the cost of doing business.
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If it is these type


then socket
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There are several types of Spline. Regular spline, can buy a socket anywhere. Spline where every nut is a lock. Spline with only one lock per wheel. You might not have to ruin all of them depending on which type you have. .

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