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    Quote Originally Posted by OGMIDWEST View Post
    ..Sounds good...But Hell I don't know torque specs for a knockoff...Do You FOOL ?
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    I'd opt out of impact tightening a soft metal like that. Not dayton but seen others just shred and bust thru.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragtop Ted View Post
    These tools can get the ko's tighter.
    Im gonna have to make one

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOSTHATED CC View Post
    Im gonna have to make one
    Great idea....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OGMIDWEST View Post
    Here You go Foo !
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    What I didnt think of is how do u use that took solo?? Cuz someone wuld probably have to step on the break huh

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOSTHATED CC View Post
    What I didnt think of is how do u use that took solo?? Cuz someone wuld probably have to step on the break huh
    Use a bar for leverage...its should work good

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    Quote Originally Posted by OGMIDWEST View Post
    Use a bar for leverage...its should work good
    Ya but with the wheel off the ground its just gonna spin the wheel u need someone to press the brake

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    Use a bar through that center opening. Always break knock off loose with car on ground. Then take off the rest of the way with wheel off ground. To put on, seat the wheel ensuring it's on the adapter splines and seated. Hand tighten, lower car just until tire starts to make contact w ground. Tighten with tool. It will spin once it gets tighter. Then put vehicle down and tighten fully with bar for leverage. Once on, I back my car up hit brakes a couple times, use tool to ensure they are tight and then u are set. After I mob a few miles, I double check and never have had and issue. Usually do it by myself unless they are so tight I need and second hand which is never a bad thing. (Has happened a couple random times) Also dont forget a dab of anti-seize om each adapters threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOSTHATED CC View Post
    Ya but with the wheel off the ground its just gonna spin the wheel u need someone to press the brake
    I see u never changed a tire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOSTHATED CC View Post
    What I didnt think of is how do u use that took solo?? Cuz someone wuld probably have to step on the break huh
    Put the tool on, slide the breaker bar through the hole, place leg against tool, and turn the bar or you could just hold the handle to keep the tool straight and pull/push the bar. With the size of everything it's similar to breaking loose a lug nut at 100 ft lbs. Actual torque on the knockoff is around 180-220 though. First time using it maybe set a towel on the dish cuz if the tool falls, that's where it's landing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cashmoneyspeed View Post
    Put the tool on, slide the breaker bar through the hole, place leg against tool, and turn the bar or you could just hold the handle to keep the tool straight and pull/push the bar. With the size of everything it's similar to breaking loose a lug nut at 100 ft lbs. Actual torque on the knockoff is around 180-220 though. First time using it maybe set a towel on the dish cuz if the tool falls, that's where it's landing.
    Stop lying,your standards have no dish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone star View Post


    $weet !

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    I've only used it on roadster spinners which are decorative

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobLBC View Post
    Stop lying,your standards have no dish.
    Post your mini truck.... We'll all be waiting for that east coast flavor

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    Quote Originally Posted by cashmoneyspeed View Post
    Post your mini truck.... We'll all be waiting for that east coast flavor
    Ain't no one got a mini truck you Midwest faggot. Stop trying to act like you don't roll standards on your buckets. You have been trying to sell your bullshit standards on this site for a year now.

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    Fool you all over the mini truck page drooling all over them just like you do on trumps nuts

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPALA863 View Post
    Fool you all over the mini truck page drooling all over them just like you do on trumps nuts
    What do you know you fat bastard, your murals and builds are the joke of this entire website. Go cry again and eat another gallon of refrķed beans you obese smelly fuck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobLBC View Post
    Ain't no one got a mini truck you Midwest faggot. Stop trying to act like you don't roll standards on your buckets. You have been trying to sell your bullshit standards on this site for a year now.
    So what you're saying is you don't have a lowrider, even in project status. Ashamed of that mini huh? At least post the wheels or contribute in some way.

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