I'd opt out of impact tightening a soft metal like that. Not dayton but seen others just shred and bust thru.
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 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.
I've only used it on roadster spinners which are decorative
Fool you all over the mini truck page drooling all over them just like you do on trumps nuts
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