Discussion in 'Motorized Vehicles' started by aan310, Oct 15, 2009.
Every wheel is like that.
Any one have a clue why? Would there be any adverse effects because of it?
Umm.. there should be 4.. Maybe they lost the lugs on one wheel so took 1 from each of the other 3. I have seen 3 lug wheels, but they are equally spaced and designed to only have 3.
I finally got a hold of the guy...
Locking nuts, lost the key... it was 'removed'
Any one know of any adverse effectr form it running on those?
EDIT: also, they are Konig rims... can any one identify which ones they are? (like what type of Konigs) They are 17" and have the universal 8 bolt pattern
If a person wasent responsible enough to replace a lugnut when it was missing, imagine what else they wernt responsible enough to replace?
Soon to be "lug-free wheels" on a "floor-rider" car.
Any way... I have the scoop with it. Im not worried about it. Lugs are being put on any way.
So any one have any luck finding these rims anywhere?
I'll take engine oil for $100, Alex.
+1 on this, you only need the key when you are gonna take the wheels off. how can you lose them?
This was dealer fault.
The car was not traded in with the keys
And the rest of the story is kinda irrelevant.
but regardless, i found what i think is those rims:
They all look ever so little different though xD
Ugly set of rims is an ugly set of rims.
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