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Old 23 September 2011, 16:42   #11
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you can buy parts for doing that off the shelf, so if you get stuck I canpoint you in the right direction.

In the mean time, if you already have a spare wheel holder fitted, you could always knock out one of the current studs and replace it with a longer bolt (M12, something like that) then drill behind the nut, when refitted to hold the wheel on, and fit a padlock.

Or a cheapish (15.00?, but cheaper than a new spare wheel!) steel rope style bicycle lock, from somewhere like Halfrauds.
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...steel rope style bicycle lock...
Works well for me
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