Draper telescopic Extending Wheel Nut Wrench now £4.23 delivered @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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much better then the one supplied in your car
1/2" sq. drive reversible socket size 17 x 19 manufactured from carbon steel. Extending bar with hand grip. Display packed
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#1
Thanks needed one of these.
#2
How dare you make assumptions - the one supplied with my car is brilliant, thank you :p

Edited By: tapi on Jan 29, 2011 23:21
#3
Or click on 'More Buying Choices' and get it for £4.20. Every little helps... ;)
#4
TheShareMan
Or click on 'More Buying Choices' and get it for £4.20. Every little helps... ;)


Saving 3p isnt worth it ... Id much rather but direct from Amazon
#5
ordered! :) thanks!
2 Likes #6
Bought one. Dont really need one but I figured for 4.23, Id be useful as a "defence tool" should such an event arise :p
#8
Gr8
#9
WAS in my basket but now gone.

Weren't quick enuff. Gone back to £7 odd.
#10
Now £8, expired!
#11
That draper bar is a load of pish! as already mentioned, use the Sealey breaker bar. For little more than the draper, it's a small price to pay for so much.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sealey-AK730-Breaker-600mm-Drive/dp/B000O619PA
#12
sorry but this is expensive, picked mine up in asda for £2.99
#13
*cobra*
That draper bar is a load of pish! as already mentioned, use the Sealey breaker bar. For little more than the draper, it's a small price to pay for so much.

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dunno what youre using it for but it cracks wheel nut and hub nuts easily for me, even cracked the bottom pulley when doing the timing belt!
#14
This one is compactible, so can fit under the seat for example - just in case you need to get easy access to it for road rage!
#15
Personally I wouldnt be without a telescopic wheel wrench. Has anyone ever tried to remove the torqued up nuts with a "normal" one or god forbid one of those old fashioned wheel brace (with the 4 different fittings on each leg!!!). It just gives you so much more leverage or something that you can jump on with your foot. Compact also for keeping near or inside the spare wheel, the big boy listed above may not do that.
#16
Just a point, but you may first need to check that this is suitable for your car.
I may be wrong but don't different cars gave different sized wheel nuts?
#17
They come with 2 bits (each is reversible) so 4 different types. I reckon it would fit most cars.
#18
Still available, so should be unexpired

Edited By: v8griff on Jan 31, 2011 10:02
#19
They appear to be available. Ordered one. Thanks shadow1. A bargain. £11-99 at Halfords.
About a year ago, I came out of the gym. I had a flat tyre. My mates and I could not move the wheel nut. Had to wait 1 hour for the breakdown van to arrive. The 18 year old mechanic turned the wheel nut with a telescopic wrench. How embarrassing. My mates and I cancelled the gym membership because the body building course was obviously not working.... only joking, we still go to the gym but I am still a 12 stone weakling.

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