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Old 04-01-2016, 11:35 PM   #1
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Default Wheel Lock Nut

Hi all,

Bit of a long shot I know, and I am following up on a couple of other leads, but I am after a specific wheel lock nut coded 5B38 (as pictured).

Enquiries at Ford Springwood Parts lead me to believe that the lock nuts were outsourced, and the company has since gone under. However, the silver lining is that this coded lock nut was one of the more common ones used for Tickford wheels (apparently there were only about 6 differing combinations).

If you have any old lock nuts from original wheels lying around, I would greatly appreciate it if you could check the code. I am happy to pay a small fee to compensate if required.

I live in the north end of the GC. Any help would be greatly appreciated before I get a 'flat'!

Martin McD.

2002 AUIII TS50 Liquid Silver #206 (ex NZ)

T-Series Club of Australia member; QLD

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