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Wilko Telescopic Wheel Nut Wrench £5 free c&c @ wilko
Wilko Telescopic Wheel Nut Wrench £5 free c&c @ wilko

Wilko Telescopic Wheel Nut Wrench £5 free c&c @ wilko

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Wheel nut wrench with dual size sockets, 17mm and 19mm with telescopic handle which extends to 510mm. Fits most car wheel nuts. The 0.5in drive wrench can be used with standard 0.5in drive sockets. Wheel nut wrench with dual size sockets, 17mm and 19mm, telescopic handle extends to 510mm. Always read instructions..

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Looks like a good golf club
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Looks like a good golf club

You beat me to that comment.

Four!!

Its been this price for years. Hopefully the quality has improved as the one I had twisted under force. Maybe ok if your nuts aren't too tight.

thanks, been looking for a cheap one for a few months

bluestreak

Its been this price for years. Hopefully the quality has improved as the … Its been this price for years. Hopefully the quality has improved as the one I had twisted under force. Maybe ok if your nuts aren't too tight.





This has been posted before albeit sometime ago. Same then as now, don't bother, they bend, especially if an euthesasticq tyre fitter has tightened your nuts with an airgun.

Buy a breaker bar and use it with you socket set.

Tighten your nuts, Isn't it

A very handy tool especially if your wheels were fitted with a air gun. Just change the socket 17mm 19mm for decent quality one and these are spot on. 4.60 at B&m last time I looked.

It doesn't appear to be chrome vanadium steel, so useless, voting cold

Proveright10 h, 35 m ago

This has been posted before albeit sometime ago. Same then as now, don't …This has been posted before albeit sometime ago. Same then as now, don't bother, they bend, especially if an euthesasticq tyre fitter has tightened your nuts with an airgun.


Wouldn't that be "enthusiastic, but incompetent tyre fitter"? After all, nuts should only be tightened to the specified torque. And the airgun should allow to select the torque used.

I even use a torque wrench at home when changing tyres so I don't overtighten nuts. My father would be quite mad at me if I didn't - he's a (retired) mechanical engineer.

jomay

Wouldn't that be "enthusiastic, but incompetent tyre fitter"? After all, … Wouldn't that be "enthusiastic, but incompetent tyre fitter"? After all, nuts should only be tightened to the specified torque. And the airgun should allow to select the torque used.I even use a torque wrench at home when changing tyres so I don't overtighten nuts. My father would be quite mad at me if I didn't - he's a (retired) mechanical engineer.


But they never do that, do they. They've just got a standard setting on their airgun which they use for everyone. Also it's quite common for them not to tighten them up in a diagonal pattern

Great price heat added

jasee26 m ago

But they never do that, do they. They've just got a standard setting on …But they never do that, do they. They've just got a standard setting on their airgun which they use for everyone. Also it's quite common for them not to tighten them up in a diagonal pattern



As I said: incompetent. Or lazy. Or both.

I would think the torque doesn't vary much between cars, so they could use a more appropriate setting.

My wife uses this on me as a punishment if i come back from the pub too late.oO

Everyone should have one in their wheelwell for when the vehicle manufacturer's chocolate one melts. (_;)

Original Poster

I just tried this on my rusted on trailer wheels, this tool stood upto me stamping on it to break the nuts free.

In B&M at 4.99 for ages...... good price but not the best on market.

It might be a bit low-end but it will probably still be stacks better than whatever came with the car. Must be worth the upgrade. I've got a cheap one and have helped my neighbours with it a couple of times when theirs has not been man-enough.

Gabi

My wife uses this on me as a punishment if i come back from the pub too … My wife uses this on me as a punishment if i come back from the pub too late.oO



Punishment?? oO

cibarious

You beat me to that comment.



It is! Isn't it?? Going to have to return it now!...C***!

order cancelled & refunded. looks like they messed up the stock levels

Proveright

This has been posted before albeit sometime ago. Same then as now, don't … This has been posted before albeit sometime ago. Same then as now, don't bother, they bend, especially if an euthesasticq tyre fitter has tightened your nuts with an airgun. Buy a breaker bar and use it with you socket set.



Yep breaker bar way to go, always handy to have. These telescopic angled wrenches either bend or slip....

missus birthday pressie sorted

catmeow

Looks like a good golf club


Better golf club than wheel brace
Sockets are loose on the nuts, and too much angle on the handle

POWYSWALES

I just tried this on my rusted on trailer wheels, this tool stood upto me … I just tried this on my rusted on trailer wheels, this tool stood upto me stamping on it to break the nuts free.


Better to get something like a 1- 1.5 m scaffold pipe. Put it over the bar and use that for leverage. You can generate more leverage with your body weight and its safer than stamping on the bar.

PS if it flies off when you are stamping on it, and then so do you and you t**t your head and see stars, then you will understand the telescopic angle of this product.

Edited by: "Meathotukdeals" 3rd Jul
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