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Tuesday, February 24th 2015, 10:16am

How to cover spare wheel against theft

Hi, wanted ideas to cover spare wheel against theft besides to store at home. Many ideas welcome. Thanks! Regards Gunter

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Tuesday, February 24th 2015, 10:21am

I think that you can buy mechanism just not sure where to get this
WIE PROBEER EN MISKIEN MISLUK IS BETER AS IEMAND WAT GLAD NIE PROBEER EN ALTYD MISLUK

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Tuesday, February 24th 2015, 4:34pm

This is what you're looking for. I had one fitted on mine while it was still at the dealer.

There is a company in Jhb that makes these as well -

http://www.grip-tech.com/index.php/autom…are-wheel-locks
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Tuesday, February 24th 2015, 9:40pm

Thank you for the picture. I have seen already on google. I am looking for an easy to install but safe solution. A chain seems worst. Any ideas?! Sincerely Gunter

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Tuesday, February 24th 2015, 10:01pm

This one is an easy install ELGouni, just one break of bolt at the top.

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Wednesday, May 9th 2018, 4:31pm

Has anyone got any new ideas on the security of the spare wheel?

On the new Fortuner, they simply wobble the locked spike until the welding breaks and then the spare wheel is as good as gone.

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Thursday, May 10th 2018, 7:48am

Something as simple as a bicycle cable lock? One that is coiled, so that it does not swing around?

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Monday, May 14th 2018, 8:10am

Good idea... will eliminate maybe a few possible novice criminals, but they tried to steal my Amarok's spare wheel some time ago and cut the cable of.... clean cut... as it was a thin wire.. not sure what they used to do the job
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Saturday, August 25th 2018, 11:45am

On two of my previous cars I have had the device shown in post no 3. With my present Fortuner I have a very simple device. It works on the same principal as the wheel nuts needing a special socket. See photo below.
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Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 5:34pm

Hi Loafer, I like the device you have installed as per the pic. Did you weld the bolt/stud to the vehicle chassis or is it fastened to the chassis by means of bolt and nut? I am just trying to visualise the other end - chassis/body side as I am interested in installing this on my Tuner as well.

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Friday, July 26th 2019, 8:47pm

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Hi Loafer, I like the device you have installed as per the pic. Did you weld the bolt/stud to the vehicle chassis or is it fastened to the chassis by means of bolt and nut? I am just trying to visualise the other end - chassis/body side as I am interested in installing this on my Tuner as well.
I would love to find out where to get this from and find out how it attaches itself to the bodywork. Loafer, Please if you don't mind messaging me.
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