Wheel key needed

I've lost the lug nut key for getting the wheels off my 1998 Trooper. Does anyone know a source other than a dealer?

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I found that the dealer didn't even have a "master set" to unlock mine. The best thing that has worked for me (And I removed all 4 this way) is to get a deep socket that is slightly smaller than the wheel lock and pound it on with a hammer and then you should be able to remove the lock. Carefull not to crack your rims though!
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Many auto shops will have the tools needed to safely remove lug locks and stripped lug nuts. It's sort of like a reversed easyout and much safer than forcing a regular socket onto a lug nut.

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