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Old 11-13-2014, 06:04 PM   #15
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I purchased one while at Camp Freightliner in September. It is a hub wrench. Notice the driver side is a left hand thread and the passenger side is a right hand thread. I see you are having fun at Table Rock Lake.


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Old 11-13-2014, 07:59 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by dan-nickie View Post
Gosh, I've got my tool. I just can't imagine how to use it.
Sounds like some are saying it takes off the lug nut covers?

Oh, maybe the center cap has a large hex at the end?

It will probably be clear when I get to see it next time.

Good info. Thanks.
Here's a picture of a full set for hubcaps (rears use the wrench) and lugnuts.

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The lugnut covers use a set of special plyers (not shown).

I echo the previous post about ensuring a shop uses that wrench...they used channel locks on ours - scratch, bend, ouch

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Old 11-14-2014, 11:10 AM   #17
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Let me point out one thing that has not been pointed out here. First of all it is definitely a hub wrench. Make sure you give it to any tire shop working on your rear tires. In order to get the hubcap off you have to turn the nut counterclockwise. A lot of tire shops do not know that. I had one that destroyed the nut not knowing which way it turned. The wrench tells them. Give them the wrench and make sure they see which direction to turn the drivers side.

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