You do realize locking lug nuts are very easy to get off without the key especially if you don't care to save it and just want it off.Thats a kick in the sack. I take it you didnt use wheel locking lug nuts and why didnt you park it in the garage. I will keep my eyes open for you.
Alright, my Ro_Ja wheels were stolen
Fronts: 19x8 +35 Rears: 19x10 +22.
wrapped all in hankook ventus v12s.
what makes these wheels even more rare is the fact that they are 4x100. That combined with the size and offset is a red flag for anyone who happens to come across these wheels.
Haven't seen anyone else with these rims, this wide. I hope they turn up. If you feel inclined to re-post this or spread the word to others I'd appreciate the help, and I'm willing to offer a $150 dollar reward or a free HID kit from my own HID/LED company!
Would a criminal take a hammer, sockets and a chisel with him in an effort to be quiet while steeling your wheels. I'm no criminal nor am I familiar with their tactics but I would imagine a criminal wanting to be quiet and not attract any attention. I believe locking lug nuts serve a purpose to catch stupid criminals trying to break them lose and keep the smart ones away. Regardless he should of had it in his garage if he has one with a nice alarm and locking lug nuts.An easy way is take a cheap socket and hammer it on the locking lug then use a breaker bar. If the lugs aren't sunken into the wheel, you can cut a slit and chisel them in half also.