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5 NEW Ways to Remove a Wheel Lock Without a Key 

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In a previous video I made called "3 Ways to Remove a Wheel Lock Without a Key", there were a lot of suggestions on how I could have removed the wheel lock easier or faster with less effort. Today we will try some of those suggestions and see how well they work on 4 different types of wheel lug nut locks.
The Original Video: alvid.info/video/bGuUsclpkbCUp7k.html
The 4 types of lug nut keys and locks used:
Mopar: amzn.to/3cMyS1U
McGuard: amzn.to/2Q1GDYi
Gorilla: amzn.to/3aFioH7
Splined: amzn.to/2VUQqDf
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Large: amzn.to/2xoD0Fn

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9 Mar 2020




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Jack Black
Jack Black 4 orë më parë
Thieves seldom have much in the way of tools. So grease the wheel studs (whatever) and use mchanal advantage to really torque it up. Problem is you may sheer the stud on removal. But, no big deal, easy enough to bang out the broken stud and replace. Jack, the Japan Alps Brit
Jack Black
Jack Black 4 orë më parë
Heat the wheel nut and use the old dissimilar expansion. Fill your sock with ice and whack it on those all-fashion wheels. Get a vehicle with 21mm wheel nuts.
Jack Black
Jack Black 5 orë më parë
Not a problem in low-crime Japan where no one bothers to take the SatNav even in the breaker's yard.
clanmac66 9 orë më parë
I've seen tyre fitters using old sockets when customers can't find their keys. I though the grinder method to make two flats, was brilliant.
Ca liber
Ca liber Ditë më parë
Yikes... all that hammering makes me cringe on what it could do to the studs themselves...
Gdfserdy Fgregnm
Gdfserdy Fgregnm Ditë më parë
Another idea that came across my mind, is to drill a hole(quite difficult) or use the grinder to make a cut between the moving ring and the safety nut that utilizes it, so you can lock it with a small metal particle and therefore be able to use any method that is proper, in order to catch it and turn it. Could you also make a wax cast, in order to replicate the unique shape of any safety nut? If these are not the best final products(ideas), please develop/adapt them as necessary.
Gdfserdy Fgregnm
Gdfserdy Fgregnm Ditë më parë
Why don' t you tighten a normal nut, at the place of every security nut? This way, it will relief the strain from the security nuts next to it. Then, you can slowly relief the strain again, from the normal ones. And you can also keep a metal shield with a hole just big enough for your tools you are planning to use. This way, you can protect the rim from hits and melted electrodes. These are basically the only things that I noticed. Nice video. From Greece, with love!
Andy Warrington
Andy Warrington 2 ditë më parë
good vid , thanks
Leonard Urban
Leonard Urban 2 ditë më parë
Would the Mopar lock work with the thread patterns on other 4x4's (1975 Chevy, for example)?
Sid Knee
Sid Knee 2 ditë më parë
Just a tip. Tighten all the other nuts on the wheel before attempting the lock nut. This will take as much tension as possible off of the lock but.
Alexander Montel
Alexander Montel 3 ditë më parë
weld, rotate and remove
Marty G
Marty G 3 ditë më parë
With Mopar locks, it may be possible to use the cold chisel to remove the ring. Then use the removal tool, or weld on a nut. in any case, you must provide as much protection to the wheel so that you don't damage it. Great video!!
Marty G
Marty G 3 ditë më parë
Does Mopar make locks for other brands.
Cliff Campbell
Cliff Campbell 3 ditë më parë
Got a cutting torch? Yes? Well then, spark that sucker on, adjust the oxygen to get that oh so beautiful little pale blue cone, touch cone tip to log, when it glows, press the tab and make a puddle. Now repeat times the number of nuts.
Vince Black
Vince Black 4 ditë më parë
Plumbing basin wrench. . Boom. Done
dreambuilderkmg 4 ditë më parë
Definitely need a stronger air hammer.
dreambuilderkmg 4 ditë më parë
When Craftsman tools were easy to warranty I have heard of people exchanging sockets with wheel locks stuck in them.
Amir M
Amir M 4 ditë më parë
Good job! now go replace your hub!
Ajax Ashford
Ajax Ashford 5 ditë më parë
I've been through all this. Couldn't get an adapter anywhere. Thankfully I found the key
Marcin Mozga
Marcin Mozga 5 ditë më parë
Wasting time and tool. Absolutely cowboy. 5 minuts and 4 locking wheel nut removed.
Darrius Hutchison
Darrius Hutchison 8 ditë më parë
Hit it with your purse.cold chisel and your purse works every time
James Holbrook
James Holbrook 8 ditë më parë
Ya flat head you are crazy
James Holbrook
James Holbrook 8 ditë më parë
I would not say it has ruined the wheel I mean it's still functional it is a little beat up but functional
James Holbrook
James Holbrook 8 ditë më parë
I almost never find vice grips useful except to hold things
stephen eckles
stephen eckles 9 ditë më parë
Just wondering how tight the lug nuts were. If they were at spec say 125 ft lbs would they be easier to take off. Sometimes the shops slap them on too tight. Get a torque wrench and check them when you get home. I seriously had a huge puncher in my tire and I couldn't get off the lug nuts with my 4 way because they were so tight. Just sayin that could make a difference.
jim macdonald
jim macdonald 9 ditë më parë
I enjoyed that.
toppertruthio 10 ditë më parë
there are companies on ebay that sell these key sockets,all you gotta do is send them a photo of it along with photos of your driving licence,and v5 ownership form
Cesposito mail
Cesposito mail 10 ditë më parë
I had the Ocelating Rings ones on my 98 TJ, after loads of searching i found a guy who drives MAC trucks who use the same lug locks, he had an extra key and sent me it and was magically the right one, one out of a couple hundred styles and i got a replacement key for free luckiest day of my life considering I melted a stud out just to get one off prior
munsters2 10 ditë më parë
I think the "cutting a slot" method might work if you ditched the screwdriver and substituted a hardened piece of flat steel (rectagular shaped) and turn it with vise grips or pipe wrench. You might have to cut a little bit wider slot.
eddie moran
eddie moran 10 ditë më parë
The best cure for locking keys is not to have them at the 1st place. I remove them form every car I get and I bin them
Craig Rosier
Craig Rosier 10 ditë më parë
The techniques with both the Vice-grips and the cold chisel suck, clearly this guy is no mechanic.
K. Wild
K. Wild 11 ditë më parë
Please try to defeat the new locks from advancedwheellocks.com - the company claims that they are completely unbeatable due to their shape
K. Wild
K. Wild 11 ditë më parë
@BleepinJeep Yeah, my biggest concern is someone taking my wheels in the middle of the night, so I'm in the market trying to find the most thief resistant ones... Luckily, I don't think a welding kit is in your average thieves inventory
BleepinJeep 11 ditë më parë
holy smokes that is a weird shape... although I can tell you by looking at them I bet a welded on nut would take care of it pretty quick!
aleksi haapasaari
aleksi haapasaari 11 ditë më parë
OR just use the key included :)
Jeffrey Johnson
Jeffrey Johnson 12 ditë më parë
So the lessons to be learned are; 1) Don't lose your lugnut key. 2) Take off the locking lugnuts when you buy the car and replace them with regular lugnuts (and don't have expensive wheels if you live in a high crime area).
Storm Zone
Storm Zone 12 ditë më parë
max out the air for your tools then try it or your air hammer is worn out
William Beer
William Beer 13 ditë më parë
Fare play you shouldn’t think about a career in anything that requires manual skills 😂 Maybe a butcher perhaps 😂
Jim Thode
Jim Thode 13 ditë më parë
The flat blade was too small. Use a Drag Link Socket Bit, 1/2"Dr, 15/16"
Georooney 13 ditë më parë
<a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="364">6:04</a>.... and......if you turn the vicegrips over so they're turning the right way. Some people don't seem to understand that channelocks, vicegrips, even crescent wrenches, were designed to grip better turning in one direction than the other.
ShinedUp 74
ShinedUp 74 13 ditë më parë
Strange that you used the vice grips and the crescent wrench BACKWARDS. Both are designed to be used in one direction, opposite that you used.
Ronald Warren
Ronald Warren 14 ditë më parë
I bought new tires and wheel for my RWD 2005 Ford Ranger Edge pickup. I also installed McGard wheel locks. Unfortunately the rear wheel studs were kinda long which popped the face of the McGard locks. So I took my Tonya Harding and beat a socket onto what was left of the McGard. Came right off! I put the McGard and my socket in the bench vise (socket up). Then took a punch and gave the McGard a good hit with the Tonya Harding. Viola! Sometimes a guy just has to give it a good whack! Thanks, Vice Grip Garage!
UnProfessionals LLC
UnProfessionals LLC 14 ditë më parë
Always love this channel and its great content. Smiles smile smiles!!! One day once my business kicks off. Help support a Veteran and head over to my channel and enjoy Comedy and multiple projects!!
MBL20 14 ditë më parë
Im liking just for the effort and damage.
spudth 14 ditë më parë
When welding the nut on you want as large a nut as possible and weld inside. Fill the inside with weld the LET IT COOL as the heat cycle will loosen the nut. Remember, often the key isn't lost on NEW nuts, its lost from locks that have been in place for YEARS.
Watch a Watch
Watch a Watch 14 ditë më parë
<a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="662">11:02</a> "hope you guys like my video cause it is costing me a lot of money" lol. 🤣🤣🤣
chrisfetkas 14 ditë më parë
What about that wheel bearing? Hammering with a sledgy, might as well hit a few gutters :) Just saying, shoulda coulda woulda used an old clunker.
Duncan Reid
Duncan Reid 14 ditë më parë
there is a special socket that has spring loaded pins inside. When you push it on the pins move back to take up the shape of the recesses in and around the nut
K D 14 ditë më parë
This is hilarious. First, never hammer on your socket. Hammer on an extension because the hammer will distort the 4-point socket and make it so you can't insert the ratchet. Second, the Mopar ring can be driven back with a 15/16 socket just enough to allow a 7/8 socket to bite on the tip. Third, use impact sockets. Standard sockets will crack. 25 years in tire business and I do this at least once a day and all I need is small 2lb. sledge and sockets. The wheels are not damaged and the sockets are still usable. DON'T use impact wrench on lock removers, they will not bite properly.
jake Ryan
jake Ryan 15 ditë më parë
Your using vice grips backwards
Sabdo Palon
Sabdo Palon 15 ditë më parë
Thanks for this Video..
Christopher Christoforou
Christopher Christoforou 15 ditë më parë
What about trying one of those universal sockets with steel pins inside?
Gravecb7 Accord
Gravecb7 Accord 15 ditë më parë
I would never do none of this to my Aftermarket wheels. My advice try a lugnuts with an actual key, just like a key lock if you get what I mean. It's a key you stick inside the lugnut, and it unlocks it
RM Mccarthy
RM Mccarthy 15 ditë më parë
Above and beyond! Beautiful job.
Dominique Stephenson
Dominique Stephenson 15 ditë më parë
This like young Mr Rogers neighborhood “hey neighbor here’s how to boost some wheels” lol 😂
Flatcap007 16 ditë më parë
Pulling on spanner and wrench wrong direction
Wrench N Twist
Wrench N Twist 16 ditë më parë
Next video how to start a car that is not your’s without the key!
daba duuu
daba duuu 16 ditë më parë
Thx.Very educative and informative.Big like from Romania👍👍👍
Owens rc garage
Owens rc garage 16 ditë më parë
Is he talking fast or did he speed this vid up?
Coil Motor Works
Coil Motor Works 17 ditë më parë
Set your high end wheels in you chicken coop for about a month and let your chickens put a real nice dropping patina on them and you won't need the wheel locks in the first place.
Kevin S
Kevin S 17 ditë më parë
Use the hammer and chisel on the mopar locking nut first next time.
H. Cesari
H. Cesari 17 ditë më parë
Ouch. Informative stuff but watching the destruction of what might be (for the viewer) a wheel worth saving was tough. Machine shop videos are pretty good for picking up tips, tricks or tools that avoid damaging valuable metal items or works-in-progress. Good segment, though.
Warren B
Warren B 17 ditë më parë
That poor wheel
David K
David K 18 ditë më parë
Had a very nice Citroen C5 (maybe you don't see them in the US of A. Some idjit in one of those kwik tire fitting places overtightened the lug nuts with an air hammer. Tried most of your advice without success. The problem is when they're overtightened to that extent the bolts are stretched and it's almost like they're welded on. The last chance saloon for me before taking the car have the wheel cut up with a gas axe was heating up an undersized socket, hammering it on with a club hammer and letting it cool. Three foot wrecking bar on the socket and it eventually went off with a crack. Success? Not a chance. Those clever guys in France had designed in a weak spot so with that much pressure it sheared off the head of the bolt, leaving a nice shiny flat surface. Off to the tool store, bought a set of German made tungsten drill bits and spent a happy four hours working through the sizes until it cleaned it out. Luckily didn't damage the thread on the hub. Then to the breakers yard, bought four proper bolts and the 'security' rubbish into the trash. If your car has those nasties I'd replace them with ordinary bolts. Who ever heard of alloy wheels being stolen nowadays? Same with radios. (At least here in the low crime UK).
Tom's Dreamshop Worx
Tom's Dreamshop Worx 18 ditë më parë
At this point I don't think I will bother buying wheel locks.
Kevin Wayburn
Kevin Wayburn 18 ditë më parë
I gots questions. 1. Did you disconnect the battery and unplug the ecm/bcm/pcm in the vehicle? The current you send through the car when welding can shock computers. This can pop all your fuses and fry onboarding electronics. This is more precautionary as it CAN happen. 2. Your not applying heat to the wheel and probably didnt really put heat into wheel. But your not supposed to weld on or near an inflated tire. Overheating can cause death or serious injury due to rapid expansion and tire case failure. 3. I know your at home, but your air hammer is good for masonry. Not automotive applications. Last but not least. You should tell owners to leave wheel locks in the glove box so mechanics dont have to fuck a wheel lug up.
Jo 19 ditë më parë
On the Mopars we usually use a chisel to remove the spinning part, a couple well aimed hits will split the ring, then can either use 12point or the AutoZone removal tool
Ronald Warren
Ronald Warren 14 ditë më parë
Another good use of the Tonya Harding!
Mark Miller
Mark Miller 20 ditë më parë
Good video mate
Nelson Hochberg
Nelson Hochberg 20 ditë më parë
www.ebay.com/itm/Sealey-SX299-Master-Locking-Wheel-Nut-Removal-Set-Replacement-Blades-Available-/184157763322?_trksid=p2385738.m4383.l4275.c10 www.wish.com/product/5e0432f56098c3001f1a09ae?hide_login_modal=true&from_ad=goog_shopping&_display_country_code=US&_force_currency_code=USD&pid=googleadwords_int&c=%7BcampaignId%7D&ad_cid=5e0432f56098c3001f1a09ae&ad_cc=US&ad_curr=USD&ad_price=65.00&campaign_id=8701430383&retargeting=true&gclid=Cj0KCQjw-r71BRDuARIsAB7i_QOMrL2mdyTird7-0shS7H4R5ZxyNPFd1KWbEOvvDzKwF-WgfzC0840aAp82EALw_wcB&share=web
Cher Kruger
Cher Kruger 20 ditë më parë
You are so much fun.... dont look like you're going to be beaten, good for you. This video is very interesting thanks a ton. Just to mention here none of these would help if you're stuck along side the road with a flat tyre, which happened to me a few months back, fortunately a farmer came to the rescue and he and his neighbour managed to sort out my problem while I sat enjoying the view in the middle of nowhere
Al Mclean
Al Mclean 20 ditë më parë
Take a picture of the locking wheel nut. Send it to one of the online companies and you will get a replacement key. No wheel damage and you can reuse the wheel nuts. I’ve done this, £50 well spent
Ezaarkash 20 ditë më parë
berry intewisting!
Robert Lillemäe
Robert Lillemäe 20 ditë më parë
It was a long time since i laugh so much when looking at this, this is so fun. Just hammer it on harder.... oh yeah..lol..ahaha.. thank you for doing this video.. I enjoying this so much... I respect you very much my friend...
Henry Kudlacz
Henry Kudlacz 21 ditë më parë
You just have yours five minuts..... Happy ?
toot tall
toot tall 21 ditë më parë
only pussies use wheel locks. As you found out no lock can actually stop anyone that's determined. Pros probably have keys for all the wheel locks anyway, it might keep a amateur at bay, but not a pro. Don't put fancy expensive wheels on, then you won't have to worry about it none.
Raycasey3 21 ditë më parë
you need to learn how to use a "cresent" wrench and vise grips. You're using them backwards. The vise grips would have bitten in better if reversed. Same with crescent
Timothy Wallace
Timothy Wallace 21 ditë më parë
Which set did you actually use to sucessfully remove the McGuard? The Large kit or the one from Auto Zone? You kind of had them all out there, and I couldn't track it.
William Cox
William Cox 21 ditë më parë
Hold a hammer against the lock and hit it with another hammer.
William Cox
William Cox 21 ditë më parë
You have the vise grips going the wrong direction ,though that is not a good method.
doollaly 22 ditë më parë
This guy reminds me of Jon Richardson from 8 out of 10 cats does countdown!
stephen west
stephen west 22 ditë më parë
Ive worked in a garage for years what i do is put a very big nut over the bolt and weld it on the inside normally use a big socket and a long bar...
Muf Dvr
Muf Dvr 23 ditë më parë
You also did the same with the crescent wrench, your using it in the wrong direction for loosening, if you were to flip wrench 180 in your hand you would have it in the right direction for loosening. ...hope that makes sense
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