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    Tyre

    Just a quick question,
    When you have to chnage the tyre on your car, what way can you take the wheel nuts off, without Scraping the alloy (the bit where you actually but the wrench in)? Is this possible to do?

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    easy peasy, use a long socket and take it slow and steady. i breaker bar helps.

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    Wrap the socket extension up with a rubber glove or cloth?

    Just take your time.
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    Or use Masking tape around the socket works a few times
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    Thanks guys for the tips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robokn
    Or use Masking tape around the socket works a few times

    Thats what I do.

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