NB12 - Trilock Locking Alloy Wheel Nut Set FHO/B for Ford and Rover Vehicles
The Trilock locking wheel nut system has been used by over 20 different car companies during it’s lifetime. This locking wheel nut set offers security and quality at a great price.
These have a push on stainless steel cap to cover the lock, and are hardened and tempered for maximum strength.
The design of the head is computer generated, giving almost unlimited combinations of secure lock shape. The key is precision forged with hardened pins for easy installation and removal of your wheels.
A rotating washer prevents the lock head from being gripped by conventional tools.
Suitable for the following vehicles:
Ford C-MAX 2004 on
Ford Capri Mk2 1974 to 1978
Ford Capri Mk3 1979 to 1986
Ford Cortina Mk3
Ford Cortina Mk4 & Mk5
Ford EcoSport 2013 on
Ford Escort Mk2 1974 to 1980
Ford Escort Mk5 1990 to 1998
Ford Fiesta Mk1 inc XR2 1976 to 1983
Ford Fiesta Mk3,Mk4,Mk5,Mk6, 1989 to 2007
Ford Fiesta Mk7 2008 on
Ford Focus Mk1,Mk2 1998 to 2011
Ford Focus Mk3 2011 on
Ford Fusion 2003 on
Ford Granada 1985 to 1998
Ford KA Mk1 1996 to 2008
Ford Kuga 2008 on
Ford Mondeo Mk1, Mk2, Mk3 1993 to 2006
Ford Mondeo Mk4 2007 to 2013
Ford Mondeo Mk5 2014 on
Ford Orion Mk2 1990 to 1998
Ford Puma 1997 to 2002
Ford Scorpio 1985 to 1998
Ford Sierra 1983 to 1993
Ford Tourneo Custom 2012 on
Ford Transit Connect 2004 on
MGF 1995 to 2005
MG TF 2002 to 2011
Rover 800 Series 1986 to 1998
Rover Maestro 1983 to 1995
Rover Metro 100 Series 1990 to 1998
Rover Montego 1983 to 1995
- Manufactured to IS9001 and QS9000 standards
- Computer generated head - unlimited key combinations
- Lifetime guarantee against corrosion
- A rotary washer that is almost impossible to grip
- Hardened and tempered for strength
- Precision forged key with hardened pins
- Replacement keys available directly should you misplace yours
This product is for original equipment wheels and have been developed to the original manufacturer specification. An aftermarket wheel might require different locks due to the seat of the wheel and hole diameter for the locks. If in doubt, please contact us.
You should tighten all nuts or bolts to car manufacturer's recommended torque setting, and check the tightness of nuts and bolts after the first 100 miles. The information can be found in the vehicle handbook.