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$30 Finder's Fee.

Find me some of these (just need 16 of them)-

http://www.afswheels.com/v2/ecommerce/shopexd.asp?id=66

And I will pay that person 30 smack-a-roos.

Chris was right. I am sad. They do not stock them anymore and no info on the manufacturer. Havent had them in over a year.
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so you need a set of 16 lug nuts and 4 locking nuts for a 94-03 stang? I'll see what I can dig up...
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if i understand right it should be easy to get that. when i got my rims at Sears they came with the lug nuts and the locking nuts. is the 94-03 stang the hard part?
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No, the hard part is the type of lug nuts. those have the 1/2 x 20 closed end acorn style with a 1/4 shank on the end. I need the type that has the shank or sleeve on the end; the part that goes into the wheel.

I have locking nuts, btw, just need 16 of the ones with the shank.
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i could find those, gimme a few mins
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Your a beautiful person Bob...
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hell, i wont even take $30, but i will take $20

seriously, paypal is [email protected]

i need $1500 for a bronco
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Inc 20 bucks. Much <3 for Teh Bob.
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Kind of funny, but i called this morning and Summit said they didnt carry Lug nuts like that.
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ha ha

im glad those are the ones!! i hate finding lug nuts. i think i have 3 different kinds on the torino. thanks god for hubcaps
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since this is about lug nuts i want to know if anyone has ever tried or see n these lug nuts with a very unique design to them to get rid of theft. Like a regular lugnut the area you would slip the special socket over is on the outside. I just wondered. And if not anyone use anti teft nuts? People spend a lot on rims (the most expensive rim set is $250,000) and i think they dont want them stolen. So anti theft lug nuts, great, good, or bad?
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Are you speaking about Lug locks? They are very common and nice to have. There are many different style of locking lugs. Some with a key that goes over the outside, some with a key that goes on the inside. If people are paranoide sometimes they will add more than 1 set of locks per wheel.
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make sure you get a good quality set, i can think of 3 cases this last year alone i had to help someone get a stripped lock lug off with a drill, hammer, and cold chisel
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Well, jsut ordered a set of those Cragar deep seating lugs. I guess well see how they do when they come in. Thanks again Bob.
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WHAT? Thank me, that link cost me 20 bucks, Chris. =P

I should be getting mine tomorrow. Got my spacers today. I cant wait.
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Heheh sorry, yes thank you Brad for pitching out the money for Bob yo find those. Without that I woulda been putting major strain on my suspension for no reason. Good luck man...

BTW, just checked your truck out Brad, lookin pimp...
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I was kidding. I am glad you are able to have safe lug nuts on my truck. i would have been scared to drive if i were you. I have my spacers now and as tempting as it is to put them on, I am going to wait.

As for my truck, not even close to being done. Once the lowering kit goes in and i get the spacers and lug nuts on, I am going to get the lights for front and rear, tint the windows and then start preparing for the stereo. I would like to remove my rear bumper, but need it to pull my friends boat. I might get a new front bumper or just have the lower plastic portion of mine painted to match the truck. not sure. After i get that stuff, not sure what I am going to do. heh.
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Are you speaking about Lug locks? They are very common and nice to have. There are many different style of locking lugs. Some with a key that goes over the outside, some with a key that goes on the inside. If people are paranoide sometimes they will add more than 1 set of locks per wheel.
I would replace every lug nut with a chrome locking nut (i didn't know what they were called) i wouldnt want a $500-$2000 set of rims in someones local pawn.
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