We get asked this question quite a bit so we
thought, that maybe by building a blank part we would help reduce some
of the phone calls and emails.
If you have a Gorilla Lock key that you need to replace. Either because
you lost it or because it is damaged. You`ll need to have the Serial
number that was on the card in the package from when you bought them.
There are small diameter keys which are sometimes mistaken for lock
keys. Lock keys are serialized. Spline keys are not. See related parts
for spline drive keys.
If you have Spline drive wheel lug nuts you need one of these two parts. Gorilla 1719SDKEY or Gorilla 1921SDKEY, if your lug nut key does not look like either of these, we also carry the American Racing and Topline keys.
WITHOUT the card giving the serial number of the lock we nor Gorilla
can supply you the correct lock. That serial number is how to find which
lock it is and we don`t have that information only Gorilla does.
Gorilla`s phone number is 800.262.6267
If you do not have the serial number, then you`ll have to cut them off
by chisel, or hammer on a socket to back off, or freeze them with
nitrogen and shatter them.
If you buy a set of locks it`s always a good idea to make a copy of the
serial number and order an extra lock from Gorilla. All Gorilla lock
sets come with a silver sticker with the serial number that you can put
inside your glove box. Keep the extra lock key at home incase the other
is lost. Keep one in the vehicle all the time, but put it with the
spare, so it`s difficult for theives to get to. Don`t leave it in the
console or glove compartment.
The image below is of a standard Gorilla Lug Nut key.