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Old 02-08-2012, 10:08 AM
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spare tire lock?

So I get a message from my BIL: "Where can I get a spare tire lock cover for the rear bumper of a Ford 06 F150?... Pretty sure it's part number 402A36."

It's the keyed lock where you slide the crank in through the bumper to lower the spare tire.

I drive an OBS '92 so I'm not sure on these. Gimme a direction here other than just a dealer which is the obvious first response.
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Old 02-08-2012, 10:11 AM
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I don't know... Maybe try typing the part number into Ebay. I find a lot of stuff that way.
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Might want to ask in that forum too they may be able to help. Could also try O'Reily's they seem to have more parts then most places do.
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The only problem is that it uses the ignition key to lock/unlock. He would need a second keys if it didn't match the ignition
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The only problem is that it uses the ignition key to lock/unlock. He would need a second keys if it didn't match the ignition
The glove box is a good spot for that second key. How often do you need your spare tire?
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So I get a message from my BIL: "Where can I get a spare tire lock cover for the rear bumper of a Ford 06 F150?... Pretty sure it's part number 402A36."

It's the keyed lock where you slide the crank in through the bumper to lower the spare tire.

I drive an OBS '92 so I'm not sure on these. Gimme a direction here other than just a dealer which is the obvious first response.
For my F250, I was told to contact McGard since they provide the locks for Ford.

Not sure if that is correct for your truck though.

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Okay thanks for the replies, I'll have to check into McGard
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With the VIN and a trip to the local dealer the correct lock can be had for about $45.00 may take a few days to get it.
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The glove box is a good spot for that second key. How often do you need your spare tire?
Excellent point. I just envisioned more keys on the keyring, like a janitor
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The lock?, or just the lock COVER? LMC has lock covers for about $20-$25 I think.
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The lock I believe, they went skiing a few weeks ago and upon leaving they had a flat, AAA had to break the lock to get the spare down
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those locks are bad business in emergencies
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Excellent point. I just envisioned more keys on the keyring, like a janitor
Great visualization!!!
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those locks are bad business in emergencies
Not if you clean them in the spring after snow is gone and add some grease to the back side behind bumper will keep water out and not rust also some lube in key side a few times a year works like a charm.
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spare tire lock rear bumper 2004-08 f150

got mine from an auto parts yard called allwestparts 4415 76 Ave NW Edmonton, AB T6B 0A3
(780) 465-4730
. for $ 35.00 US. Included cover lock & key.

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