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      03-21-2012, 02:35 PM   #1
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Possible to use OEM BMW lock nuts with spacers??

When I bought my car, it had 19" rims and lock nuts, with the tool in the trunk, if I buy those burger motorsport spacers, will I still be able to use the wheel locks that came with my car?

I know most spacers come with extended bolts, but with a 10mm or 12mm spacers will the stock bolts fit?

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No, not long enough. I tried and tried to get McGuard to make longer locking bolts but alas they they said no.
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they make them, just not with a black head, only chrome, scroll down the chart:
http://www.mcgard.com/Applications/A...4K1gwvBg%3d%3d
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