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Old 03-04-2009, 08:42 PM   #11
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Well at least you tried and nobody will give you grief for that. Sometimes the road we need to travel is full of potholes and detours...we just need to slow down and make it to our destination with as little course direction as needed.

Make sure your fiance'* father doesn't weld the lug to the wheel. Have you been good to his daughter?
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I think I am. She has had no complaints as of late.

Regarding the welding, he'* done it once before for the lug nut locks on his wife'* truck. I think he had more room to maneuver though.

I'll let you all know.

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Finally got that lock off of there. My father-in-law had come by with his friend to remove it. We had first gone by the tire center which lost the original key. In an attempt to finally be rid of us, they gave us a spare key to try. It didn't fit, of course, but we used it in our welding. The welding didn't go very well. His friend with the welder tried pulling the lock too early, before they got a solid weld around, and the key simply snapped off. Then the welder quit working so we decided to try forcing different sockets on there. With that we got that lock loose.

After we got the spare on there, I took it to a different tire place and had all the locks removed, the tires replaced too. At that second tire place, they actually had a key that fit.
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What an Ordeal!. Glad its all worked out Man, and your crusin the Bonneville again.
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It'* always the little things than can be the most annoying and time consuming. Glad you got it resolved.
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