Gorilla Automotive 61681 Acorn Gorilla Guard Locks
Set Of 4 Wheel Locks, 3/4" & 13/16" Dual Hex Key, 1.50" Overall Length, 60 Degree Conical Seat, 1/2" Thread Size
Analysis of 1k+ reviews for Gorilla Automotive 61681 Acorn Gorilla Guard Locks
BestViewsReviews analyzed 5,437 reviews for 16 products in the Wheel Locks category.
We analyzed a total of 1,299 reviews for this product out of which, 1030 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 85% reviews were positive while around 13% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Gorilla Automotive 61681 Acorn Gorilla Guard Locks
This product received a total score of 9.19 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
I was very hopeful that these wheel locks would be a deterrent to any future car break-ins, as the rims on my Honda Fit are among the most frequently stolen in Boston, and the Gorillas write-up of this product on the web instilled in me the confidence that these would most
I think these are a bit better than the mcgard nuts because you have to insert the key inside of a smooth barrel perimeter, which is more difficult to jam a sockets over.
I was happy to choose the model 61681 from Gorilla because I was very impressed with the quality of the product and the fact that it was easy to install.
I just asked if he could verify that they fit on one wheel, and he said he would put them on all four for free.
Normally gorilla locks are useless because you can see they are gorilla and then you need to buy a key at the hardware store. I like these because they have the covering around the outside that makes it hard to see the pattern of the bolt, and definitely impossible to grab a hold of.
Question & Answers
Would this work on a trailer's tire of 4,000 gross weight 5 holes?
These are not used for tires. If your tires have holes in them, you may want to get them fixed.
Is it possible to fit 2000 ford f-250 7.3 diesel with oem wheels?
Yes, if the 2000 ford f-250 7.3 diesel wheels use 14mm x 1.5 lugs.
I have a rims with bolts of 5x114.3 what size wheel locks should I get?
You have to go by the car manufacturer for the rim size and whether it's mag type wheels or taper wheel holes.
Is it possible to buy two sets of the same color?
When you place the order, tell the seller you want them to be the same. Lots of websites have a message to the seller where you can do that.
Will they fit my 2002 gmc yukon?
I don't know, they didn't fit my 2010 Ford.