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  • t5a1
    December 2, 2016

    Your work is awesome. Also, I see a TSX. :)

  • Tachito Garcia
    December 2, 2016

    Hey CZeroMedia you should get some damaged bolt/nut remover set! It’s save
    me in those situations! Hope that helps man. Keep up the great videos!

  • Ian Ashley
    December 2, 2016

    Weld on a socket thats what i had to do

  • Brian Reed
    December 2, 2016

    They scrached the wheels!

  • HondaBoy DC2
    December 2, 2016

    you should meet up with vehicle virgins and let him check out your evo

  • Ethan Van Beck
    December 2, 2016

    Take it to a discount tire!

  • R-Spec
    December 2, 2016

    There’s some gator bite bits that might take that out. it will kill the lug
    nut though, but whatever. It has teeth that will grip the outside of the
    lug nut and rip it out.

  • UberPare
    December 2, 2016

    hammer a big socket onto it with a sledge hammer and pray

  • Johnathan Polson
    December 2, 2016

    Weld the key on I’m assuming you don’t care about those wheels anymore,
    unless they’re aluminum

  • gerekappo
    December 2, 2016

    A mild lifted truck is ugly? and that grill isnt? lol!

  • Sean Butler
    December 2, 2016

    if you have new lug nuts anyways, just weld an old socket to it so that the
    square side faces out. and use a penetrating oil with it as well. then
    clean up the threads so it doesn’t happen to your new ones.

  • 713diva1
    December 2, 2016

    If you have a socket that fits tightly on the lock, just bang it on there
    with a hammer and use an impact. If your lucky it wheel come off

  • Zaragoza Garage
    December 2, 2016

    I think some blacked out halo headlights would make for a mean set up

  • aireworkz
    December 2, 2016

    @czeromedia any takes on using spacers? are there really some bad effects
    of using like maybe 25mm. thinking of using 20 to 25 on the stock evox
    wheels. thanks man.

  • Emiliano Lombardi
    December 2, 2016

    +CZeroMedia what you do is get a socket slightly too small for the lugnut,
    and use a hammer and hammer it on, use a impact or a breaker on the socket
    to remove the lug, make sure u pull hard so it breaks it loose, use WD if u
    need too before hand.

  • Shaney Biggs
    December 2, 2016

    my car had locks on the wheels when i got it but they were not round like
    that. but try hammer a socket on it thats how i did it.

  • Chad Hayashi
    December 3, 2016

    There are removal sockets specifically for that problem. All major tool
    truck brands probably have them.

  • igal de ycaza
    December 3, 2016

    weld another on top and it will come out

  • Peter Silva
    December 3, 2016

    Weld a bolt to broken lug

  • calvin storer
    December 3, 2016

    Hammer a socket on to it

  • inVAINwetrust
    December 3, 2016

    Just get a socket that’s 1 size bigger than you was using and hammer the
    sucker on there then use a gun annnnnnd thank me later

  • Icntseemy Mk5
    December 3, 2016

    Take ur truck to any tire shop and they’ll will take them off with a wheel
    lock kit remover

  • FP5Reviews
    December 3, 2016

    hey czero i had similar problems before with removing lugs that have keys
    in them i heated them up with an oxy setalin and just forced them lose

  • frenchie5k
    December 3, 2016

    You might have to drill off the wheel lock. You should have clearance.

  • Char Lotte
    December 3, 2016

    You’re hot

  • JimmBeCreepin
    December 3, 2016

    You should just try a leveling kit on the truck

  • daniel camarena
    December 3, 2016

    Force a black socket on it and hit it with a hammer that’s what happen to
    mine on the Evo lol

  • steven khammanivong
    December 3, 2016

    The dealer have a special tool

  • Tyler Perry
    December 3, 2016

    I would try and use a chisel and just chisel it out … keep it up man the
    truck is looking better

  • bthiabnechole thao
    December 3, 2016

    same shit happened to me with that exact same lock. i used a sharp pick to
    pick it out.

  • Anthony Ragone
    December 3, 2016

    That crap happens all the time. Just buy bolt extractor set. Hammer it on
    the lock and use a breaker bar or air gun to get it off

  • Anthony Ragone
    December 3, 2016

    You’re also probably going to get some vibrations over time w the spacers
    on a larger truck like that

  • Artie sickler
    December 3, 2016


  • Steven Balta
    December 3, 2016

    I would use a Dremel to cut that lug in half and pull out

  • Chance Sneed
    December 3, 2016

    Bang a cheap socket on it man and crank it off.

  • Johnny Sanngoen
    December 4, 2016

    “black rims for the win”

  • undertaker0215
    December 5, 2016

    you’ll have to sacrifice a socket, find a socket thats about the same size,
    go to town hammering it onto to the lock and break it off with a breaker
    bar, had to do that on all 4 wheels on my subaru 🙁 i hate wheel locks

  • Mind
    December 5, 2016

    If the idea to hammer a socket on doesn’t work, try an air hammer with
    chisel end. You basically hit it near the edge towards the left side.
    Should twist off.

  • Shmebents
    December 6, 2016

    use an air chisels to on the side of the lock nut to spin it off.

  • SC14
    December 12, 2016

    Yokos at A++++……Good choice. They are a popular option for people
    running Baja and deserts out in CA.