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Where can i get a locking nut key for my ford focus zetec W reg?

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Not long since aquired the car and had a puncture and took it to a local garage to sort and they ended up knackering there universal adapter getting it on and off that they had. The previous owner didn't have the locking nut key, so i havent got one.
How do i find the part number for the locking nut?
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
If the locking nut is a dealer one take it down to your local Ford dealer and they will check the locking nuts on the car and sell you the relevent one. If its not a original Ford one then you will have to find out which company one it is any go on their website and order a replacement.
#2
My son has a corsa, to get a locking nut (spare one) he would have had to go to the car dealer Vauxhaul and get one ordered. What a Pain!
#3
Just remove the existing ones by drilling them out then fit a new set, that way you know they are secure and only you have an adapter for it.
#4
Had same problem with my 307cc the adapter provided had rounded off so no longer worked my dad had a right job getting the old ones out once he did straight to Bullseye for a set that were ok to use with my car. Now it's not a problem getting tyres off. Good luck x
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Had same problem with my 307cc the adapter provided had rounded off so no longer worked my dad had a right job getting the old ones out once he did straight to Bullseye for a set that were ok to use with my car. Now it's not a problem getting tyres off. Good luck x


I had that with my 307 aswell so i took the old ones off and got some from the internet and havent had a problem since and the come off without any problems and do not slip.
#6
If you're going to remove them by force, then I won't bother drilling them. Weld an old bolt to it and then remove it using a normal socket. Drilling takes far too long and is messy.

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