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Lug Wrench 14" Chrome-Plated: £2.09 at Screwfix

£2.09 @ Screwfix
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
I already have a Draper version but have ordered one of these, can't go wrong at this price. Thank you
#2
an absolute steal and almost essential for some when trying to undo a nut done up by a garage
#3
Great price
#4
Great price! even if it broke on first use at this price it's worth it :)
#5
Ordered - Thanks op :)
1 Like #6
Good stuff. But you'll need a hefty torque wrench anyway if you want to put the wheel back on...
#7
TygerrTygerr
Good stuff. But you'll need a hefty torque wrench anyway if you want to put the wheel back on...


Why the need for a 'hefty torque wrench'?
#8
Because it's a hefty job. This one is a steal: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverline-633567-Torque-Wrench-28-210/dp/B000LFTSG6

Got to buy the sockets separately though, I think.
#9
te721
Great price! even if it broke on first use at this price it's worth it :)
Not worth any money if it isn`t chrome vanadium steel. This isn`t mentioned anywhere on the site. I don`t know why, all decent mechanics tools are made of this. Anything else just isn`t strong enough
1 Like #10
Looks like a wheel brace to me?!

https://www.crossed-flag-pins.com/animated-flag-gif/gifs/Great-Britain_240-animated-flag-gifs.gif
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TygerrTygerr
Because it's a hefty job. This one is a steal: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverline-633567-Torque-Wrench-28-210/dp/B000LFTSG6

Got to buy the sockets separately though, I think.


Good to have a torque wrench, but it's not a necessity at the roadside. You can put the wheels back on fine with a wheel brace alone.
#12
I would recommend buying a breaker bar first. Then a Wheel brace to spin the nuts , once loose. Some tyre fitters with air guns do the nuts up too tight .

When you have flat, you may find a wheel brace won't shift all the nuts.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B000O619PA/ref=pd_aw_sim_60_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=CMKQYVK50G4QKXJ292J9&dpPl=1&dpID=31EcZJzDP5L
#13
on one of the ends its a 1/2 inch end that comes with a 23mm socket, this means I can put a 27mm on for one of my vehicles, thanks op, great buy.

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