need locking lug nut adaptor for 95 gran prix. no luck at local junk yards any suggestions

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Asked by Feb 23, 2012 at 08:23 PM about the 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

95 gran prix 3.1 with factory mags

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Some tire shops have an assortment of adapters that may work and of course they have ways and means of getting them off although you will likely need to buy new ones at that point. Remember, unless you live in a high crime area you don't really need them. You have insurance, right?

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Most of the time if they came with the car you can go to the dealership with the cars vin number and it will tell them what lug key will fit it. but that is only if your vehicle came with locking lugs. I know when I worked at the chevy dealership the locking lugs were a add on option.

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If you go online to the website Rockauto.com from madison wisconsin,they might have what you need.They are a wholesaler that sells to outside customers.Good prices too!!I hope this was helpful.

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