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Old 11-14-2011, 05:56 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
The best of the 2012 sedans I've seen, very clean
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OEM locking lug nuts:

Here's today's very minor update. Driving a bright yellow car means getting attention, and being brand new it may draw other kinds of attention as well. I decided to invest in a set of locking lug nuts for the Fofo, yet another item that my GP has that I wanted the Focus to have as well. $40 for some extra security and peace of mind.

Obviously this is a very self-explanatory and simple set, but my camera found its way into things so I snapped some pics. Maybe I just like shiny things.

Inside the package are the four lug nuts and the appropriate key. One nice feature I noticed is that the key has little 'grips' (Note the notched rings) for tightening and loosening the nuts by hand. My GP's key doesn't have these, but for such a small thing they're really nice. Details count.

A comparison of the new nut and the stock piece it replaces. They are longer and stick out a little further than the rest.

Each is torqued to 100 ft-lbs and it's done.

I think that about covers it for factory accessories now, the Focus has what I wanted it to.
2012 YB Focus SE Sedan [featured in Performance Ford, Sept '14]
1992 BW Grand Prix SE Sedan [restomod project]
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