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Torin Jacks 20" Lug Wrench $5.62 or 14" Extendable Lug Wrench

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Promoted 06-19-2016 by persian_mafia at 09:08 PM View Original Post
Walmart.com has Torin Jacks 20" Lug Wrench on sale for $5.62. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks GoodDay

Walmart.com also has Torin Jacks 14" Extendable Lug Wrench on sale for $6.44. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping.

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Edited June 19, 2016 at 08:06 PM by widgit
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Last time I got a flat in the middle of the highway, I pulled off, took the wheel off, put the spare on, put the lug nuts back on, and noticed the car I bought did not include a torque wrench.

So I just slept there the whole night until someone stopped that had one.
lol. you dont remove lugs with a torque wrench.

besides, this is for throwing in your trunk for changing flats.
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Not sure I get the point of these since you should torque your lug nuts to spec anyway.
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Not sure I get the point of these since you should torque your lug nuts to spec anyway.
you SHOULD torque EVERY nut/bolt, not just the wheels. I personally dont give a F & use a socket wrench to open/close everything never had a problem in 10+years. although I have finally bought that $9 socket wrench from harbor freight I am looking forward to being "professional"
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you SHOULD torque EVERY nut/bolt, not just the wheels. I personally use a socket wrench to open literally everything never had a problem in 10+years
Absolutely, couldn't agree more. I don't torque every nut and bolt, but I do the ones for safety and gasket related. That's more common sense, also since bolts stretch I believe this is why they all have a specification. If you forget one and get that death wobble I imagine you'll change your mind. Wink
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Absolutely, couldn't agree more. I don't torque every nut and bolt, but I do the ones for safety and gasket related. That's more common sense, also since bolts stretch I believe this is why they all have a specification. If you forget one and get that death wobble I imagine you'll change your mind. Wink
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Not sure I get the point of these since you should torque your lug nuts to spec anyway.
lol. you dont remove lugs with a torque wrench.

besides, this is for throwing in your trunk for changing flats.
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true story. went on a road trip yesterday, tires blew out and in the middle of the desert highway, 110 degrees heat, had everything to change a tire except a wrench. thanks op. in for 2.
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Legit deal on the 4 way with in store delivery. At least I can justify it as something that I actually could use.
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in for 2, thanks
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Not sure I get the point of these since you should torque your lug nuts to spec anyway.
Last time I got a flat in the middle of the highway, I pulled off, took the wheel off, put the spare on, put the lug nuts back on, and noticed the car I bought did not include a torque wrench.

So I just slept there the whole night until someone stopped that had one.
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these look like they would be difficult to dodge
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The collapsible one has served me well, it's got plenty of leverage to break loose often-over-torqued nuts and is really easy to store, compared to a t-wrench
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For anyone confused about the point of either of these, try changing a flat on the side of the road after a shop has removed your tires for any reason. Even after simply getting an inspection, it's almost guaranteed that the shop has torqued your lug nuts on whatever wheel they removed to check the brakes on to like 1K ft/lbs and will require the strength of Thor to remove. The little weenie 18" long wrench included with your donut spare will struggle to get those lug nuts off, if you even can at all.

I've used nothing but a four way lug wrench to take all my lug nuts off for eons, and even with that, sometimes the auto shop goes crazy with the impact gun and tightens them to insane amounts. The other day I was taking the wheels off to rotate tires and had to use a 24" breaker bar and another 2" section of pipe to break one of the lugs off the front wheel. I couldn't believe it wasn't cross threaded to be that tight.

The best thing to have in your trunk if you can't carry an impact gun with you is that four way lug wrench. For $6 it's a no brainer.
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