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Lug Wrench

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bcksknr:
     I found out that the lug wrench/tire iron in my Ranger doesn't fit the lug nuts on my trailer. If you plan on towing, I'd suggest checking to make sure that you have a wrench that fits all the sizes of lug nuts.

Cedar:
And a can of WD-40 to spray them a couple minutes before you use your lugwrench to help break them loose.

 edar

nkawtg:

--- Quote from: bcksknr on June 17, 2015, 08:25:52 AM ---     I found out that the lug wrench/tire iron in my Ranger doesn't fit the lug nuts on my trailer. If you plan on towing, I'd suggest checking to make sure that you have a wrench that fits all the sizes of lug nuts.

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Good tip, that's the kind of thing that's so easily overlooked.

Carl:

--- Quote from: nkawtg on June 17, 2015, 08:50:57 AM ---Good tip, that's the kind of thing that's so easily overlooked.

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So is making sure your spare is properly inflated....I carry a small 12 volt compressor and a tire plug kit...'cause you never know.

endurance:
Good tip!  I never even thought to check the size of the lug nuts on our horse trailer. I seriously doubt they're the same as our truck.

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