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Lug Nut Set and Key: which one is this?

This is on my spare tire, and my normal tires do not have any lock key on them at all. I do not have a key for this if i even needed to take it off. Where can i buy a set that fits this one exactly?

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Without a key you need to buy a different lock. By picture, you will never find a key that fits...

Remove it with a lock removal kit, hammering a socket over it, etc

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I'm just going to guess that you purchased the jeep used... I'd take the jeep back to where you got it and make this their problem...

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This is on my spare tire, and my normal tires do not have any lock key on them at all. I do not have a key for this if i even needed to take it off. Where can i buy a set that fits this one exactly?

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...mag1195y.jpg/#
It looks like a McGard pattern.

h t tp://www.mcgard.com/

They might be able to help you.

If you just want it removed, you can go to Discount Tire. They have sockets that will bind on the lug nut to remove them (it destroys the nut).
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yea those are mcgards. there are no 2 sets of locking lugs by mcgard that are the same, so buying a set wont help. all you have to do it get the size socket that will fit over it the tightest and that you wont ever use again. hammer it on there until its on nice and tight and then just you your impact or whatever to get it off.
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locking lug nut

I just bought a new JK and it has locks on it and no key. I just went to the dealer and they have a master set of keys and took them off and ordered a key.
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a good set of these will take it right off

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