Radius Seat Lug Bolt Locks
McGard Conical Seat Lug Bolts and Locks are designed for vehicles requiring a bolt, rather than a nut. Presently, McGard is an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) wheel lock supplier to over thirty car manufacturers around the world. The triple nickel chrome plating is guaranteed for life not to chip, peel or rust. McGard lug bolts and locks enhance the look of your car and help keep your wheels safe!
McGard Lug Bolts are designed and manufactured in the USA. The two piece design utilizes a free spinning seat for optimum safety and performance. This design, in conjunction with a proprietary thread coating, protects against galling, helps prevent seized or difficult to remove lug bolts and enhances torque and tension.
McGard Wheel Lock Bolts are designed in the USA and manufactured in both EU and USA. The one piece wheel locks function like regular lug bolts, but require a special key tool for installation and removal. The computer generated key designs allow for an infinite number of key patterns. Every wheel lock is fully machined from restricted chemistry steel made specifically for McGard and through hardened for its unsurpassed level of security and safety.
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.