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Thread: Broken lock nut on wheel changeover

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    Quote Originally Posted by walshy252 View Post
    The car is immovable due to the flat tyre which I am not able to change over due to the lost lock nut key. Since I am not able to move the car safely surely that counts as a breakdown.

    I'm on the move at the moment and will call them when I have access to a landline, just thought I'd post on here first and get some advice
    Can you buy a replacement key from the dealer?

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    Sigh - Dennis, it was the nut that was damaged not the key. I assume that the OP has long since had it fixed so why dredge it up again.

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    I really font get what yous are all bickering about?? 1st it says key damaged then its key is lost and now your argueing about the nuts being damaged? Has Dennis fone something to offend people that I have missed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by n99thw View Post
    Has Dennis fone something to offend people that I have missed?
    Try reading this thread and in particular those posts by Dennis :http://www.rac.co.uk/forum/showthrea...616#post106616
    Then if you have a few hours spare, click on his name and this will allow you to see all his posts. After a few minutes I think you will see where it is all going.

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    Gotya lol

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    Keeps us all amused, he does......

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    Hometune, you should have gone to Specsavers. In line 1 of the OP it clearly says KEY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa View Post
    Sigh - Dennis, it was the nut that was damaged not the key. I assume that the OP has long since had it fixed so why dredge it up again.
    No No No.. It was the KEY that was LOST

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis W View Post
    Hometune, you should have gone to Specsavers. In line 1 of the OP it clearly says KEY.
    Why would I bother replying to a post that is now over 3 months old? Who cares? Don't you think the matter has been dealt with by now?

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    the moral of this story is "Try to avoid having locking wheel nuts"

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