Steelman Offers Hub Cap Lock Remover Kit

Steelman Offers Hub Cap Lock Remover Kit

The Steelman Hub Cap Lock Remover Kit allows technicians to remove and replace wheel and hubcap locks without keys ... without waiting. It will remove aftermarket wheel locks without damaging the lock or stud.

Model number: 75032

This lock remover kit comes with:
• ABS case and instructions;
• #75032-1, Large GM triangular well hubcap lock;
• #75032-2, GM spline hubcap locks;
• #75032-3, GM hubcap locks;
• #75032-4, Stripped 18mm lug nuts, GM wheel cover locks, 88-89 Ford wheel locks;
• #75032-5, Corvette, GM "N" and "F" body wheel locks (Grand AM, Firebird, Boneville, Olds Calais, Buck Regal);
• #75032-6, Large GM wheel cover locks;
• #75032-7, Oversize wheel locks;
• #75032-8, Included punch; and
• #75032-9, Large diameter Chrysler lock.

This kit easily removes locks indicated.

Will remove aftermarket wheel locks without damaging the lock or stud.

Remove and replace wheel and hubcap locks without keys … without waiting!

Made in the USA.

For more information about JS Products, Inc., call (800) 255-7011 or visit

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