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fahadlk

Lug nut lock nut on audi a6

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Hi Guys, 

Im facing an issue with a lug nut in my audi A6 hybrid. I have not recieved a key from to remove the wheel lug nut when I purchased. I have attached the image of the lug nut type. I need your help me to find a tool to remove this. Or if anyone know a place where I take the car in order to remove this. Thanks in advace.

I have already tried JJ LANKA but they said no.

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it should be in your Tool/Jack box

 

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48 minutes ago, vag2 said:

it should be in your Tool/Jack box

 

I checked but its not there..

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I guess then no option other than to drill the lock-nut and put in a regular one (Or try to get one from ebay etc)

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2 hours ago, vag2 said:

I guess then no option other than to drill the lock-nut and put in a regular one (Or try to get one from ebay etc)

 

4 hours ago, fahadlk said:

Hi Guys, 

Im facing an issue with a lug nut in my audi A6 hybrid. I have not recieved a key from to remove the wheel lug nut when I purchased. I have attached the image of the lug nut type. I need your help me to find a tool to remove this. Or if anyone know a place where I take the car in order to remove this. Thanks in advace.

I have already tried JJ LANKA but they said no.

Screenshot_20190523-115604.jpg

Don’t try to drill it, the drill will jump and damage / score / scuff  your wheel and the stud threads as well, 

go to a reputed lathe or a garage, they ll tack weld a small bit of metal and use that to rotate the nut, simple job most lathes know as its a very common mishap when importing euros

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4 hours ago, fahadlk said:

Or if anyone know a place where I take the car in order to remove this

Check your inbox I have sent you two places details. 

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1 hour ago, tiv said:

 

Don’t try to drill it, the drill will jump and damage / score / scuff  your wheel and the stud threads as well, 

go to a reputed lathe or a garage, they ll tack weld a small bit of metal and use that to rotate the nut, simple job most lathes know as its a very common mishap when importing euros

Make sure you disconnect the battery before the job...

 

I also had the same issue sometime back with a freelancer 2 .... did the same thing..

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Take the car to the dealer so they can  not help you.

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