Not unless you have real nice rims, you shouldnt have a problem. Also, they dont tend to get "baked" on, just make sure they are torqued correctly upon installation.Originally posted by apolinaras@Apr 19 2004, 03:03 PM
Hey guys, do you think I should bother paying $20 for a locking wheel nut set?
Is it worth it, or is it more problems than benefits (like if I don't touch the wheels for a while, I would have issues removing those nuts, since they get baked on)?
Not really, im pretty sure the market for stock taurus rims is alot slower than the market for rims off pimped/riced out imports and such.Originally posted by jorsh@Apr 19 2004, 09:05 PM
if you care about youre wheels you might as well,
if the guy tries to steel them and they sees that they have a locking nut hopefully he will just give up and you will still have youre wheels. and its probably only a few bucks more compared to a new set of wheels. dont you think