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I was looking for wheel locks and came across 2 types.

Exposed Style - Part #: 08181-SF0A2AH

Exclosed Style - Part #: 08181-SF1C0AH

Same price. Advantages/disadvantages of each. What's the difference? I have the exposed style on my TL currently.

Attached is a pic of the enclosed style.
 

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99LagunaTL said:
I was looking for wheel locks and came across 2 types.

Exposed Style - Part #: 08181-SF0A2AH

Exclosed Style - Part #: 08181-SF1C0AH

Same price. Advantages/disadvantages of each. What's the difference? I have the exposed style on my TL currently.

Attached is a pic of the enclosed style.
I have both styles of locks. The enclosed ones are lower profile and are a must on wheels with a lug cover (my SSR's), and the exposed locks look good on stock, exposed-lug wheels. Using enclosed locks on exposed lugs makes it look like you're missing a lug, although the enclosed locks that you pictured seem to have more surface area and stabilty for the key to engage, and therefore are less likely to be stripped.

Hope this makes sense.
 

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I use these all the lugs are locks. They all need the special key to be removed. Look almost like regular lugs.
 

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BlackShadow said:


Where can I get these and how much?
You can get those anywhere. Any reputable parts or whee/tire stores carry them.
 

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I carry them also. I give guys the option to order them with wheels. Great locks, I haven't had one rust yet. Of course no salt here. On the roads at least. ;)
 

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hahaha,... what's wrong with the shops in NJ ;)
LOL!:D

I just guess it was that one R&S Strauss that I went to. You know how they have an aisle for paint. Well instead of providing paper or something for the customer to spray on, everybody just uses the floor.:D The whole floor on the paint spray aisle is covered in paint. I feel like I was in CA with all the graffiti marks.:p
 

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LOL!:D

I just guess it was that one R&S Strauss that I went to. You know how they have an aisle for paint. Well instead of providing paper or something for the customer to spray on, everybody just uses the floor.:D The whole floor on the paint spray aisle is covered in paint. I feel like I was in CA with all the graffiti marks.:p
LoLz! Talk about ghetto....:p
 

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BlackShadow said:


LOL!:D

I just guess it was that one R&S Strauss that I went to. You know how they have an aisle for paint. Well instead of providing paper or something for the customer to spray on, everybody just uses the floor.:D The whole floor on the paint spray aisle is covered in paint. I feel like I was in CA with all the graffiti marks.:p
hahaha...... that's funny. i wonder what it would be like if you walk over some "fresh" paint...... :)
 
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