My gorrilla key has 8 different internal lugs on it, each one appears to be a slightly different size & a few are different shapes and each slot (for lack of better term) therefore is also a different thickness. That key is assigned a number.I really appreciate the insight! I’ve been looking into Gorilla and McGard also. The only concern I have with those is that the keys aren’t unique to each set, meaning a thief could possibly have a matching key.
What would you guys recommend?
Bingo! During my college days, I worked at a Sears Auto Center. If a customer was missing a wheel lock key we'd simply hammer on a junk socket over the wheel lock and zip it off with the impact wrench, adding only seconds to the job. If a thief wants your wheels, they'll take them. Your best course of action is keeping the vehicle in a secure location or replacing all wheel nuts with locks and hope the thief runs out of junk sockets during the theft process.I'm not a fan of Gorilla's stuff, but all wheel locks do is slow down a thief; they don't stop them. Pick the one you like better for looks, price, etc. None are perfect.