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Old 01-02-2014, 06:13 AM   #16
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Tip for removing wheelnuts that are hard to remove...

- put your purse down
- ask your boyfriend to do it.
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:35 AM   #17
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Tip for removing wheelnuts that are hard to remove...

- put your purse down
- ask your boyfriend to do it.
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I appreciate the quick responses. I did not use thread lock, i didnt cross thread anything, it went on smooth and i definitely didnt over tightens glad to hear that i didnt do anything wrong. Im still using little tiny thumb wrench so im sure once i use somethin with more leverage itll come right out.
If for some reason you haven't gotten the nut off. Just put your thumb wrench on the nut and get your pliers out. Turn your thumb wrench with your pliers. It will come loose. That's what those nuts are designed to do. Fit tight
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Buy some 4mm nylocs.
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Tip for removing wheelnuts that are hard to remove...

- put your purse down
- ask your boyfriend to do it.
OMG!! LOL!!!
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