Beware if you have an after market part on your car. I have aftermarket rims on my car with aftermarket lock nuts. When I brought my car in for an oil change, tire rotation, top off fluids, etc... they could not get several of my tires off. There was a little rust on the lock nuts but nothing to effect the integrity of the lock nuts. They have previously rotated all of my tires several times. No problem then, no problem reported that they saw anything that could effect the removal of my tires. Now there is a problem. So I went to several other mechanics to get the lowdown on what they saw since Gunn Honda seemed scattered in their report. All of the mechanics that I took my vehicle into informed me that the wheel had been over tightened and it stripped the lug from the back of the hub, so thusly it just spins and cannot be loosened. I was also informed, from the other mechanics, that the lock nut was put on incorrectly and that it double threaded the stud which is what caused the problem. Gunn Honda claimed it was the after market lock nut in combo with the rust. Well I took my car into Discount tire and they where able to remove all of the tires except one. Guess which tire they could not remove, the one will the over tightened lock nut with the dribble of rust on it, while Gunn Honda could not remove several of them. It looks like Discount Tire can school Gunn Honda on removing tires.The conflicting report on Gunn Honda's end, and what all of the other mechanics and Discount Tire informed me on the situation, they are weak and do not have the integrity to fix the damages that they caused to my vehicle. Their scapegoat was aftermarket part claim. $320 for a new hub and labor, which I had another mechanic remove, given. Thank you Gunn Honda! If I see you again don't touch the wheels or you are going to have to worry about my foot, not just my lock nuts.