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    Default Dayton wire wheel tool copy

    I found a pic of the Dayton wire wheel removal tool with dimensions and specs.....This was put together with scrap in 30 minutes.
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    Welcome to 1995

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty McFly View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by OGMIDWEST View Post
    ...Thank You....Thank You very much. I just want to thank everybody Who made this moment possible,Im so happy to be here.
    Windows 95 was out, Tiger Woods was 19, Michael Jackson did his first online session with fans, and Bill Clinton sat idle iand allowed over 1 million Rwandans to be murdered by machete in six days.

    But Dayton's were the shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty McFly View Post
    Windows 95 was out, Tiger Woods was 19, Michael Jackson did his first online session with fans, and Bill Clinton sat idle iand allowed over 1 million Rwandans to be murdered by machete in six days.

    But Dayton's were the shit
    .....COOL STORY BRO !

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    Yo OGMidwest, what were the dimensions and specs? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by oklas405 View Post
    Yo OGMidwest, what were the dimensions and specs? Thanks
    Here You go Foo !
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    So do those tools tighten up a wheel as tight as a hammer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOSTHATED CC View Post
    So do those tools tighten up a wheel as tight as a hammer?
    .....I'm not sure, but they stay on when this type of tool is used correctly.. Still check every 1000 miles or so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OGMIDWEST View Post
    This was put together with scrap in 30 minutes.
    i would have never guessed
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    Why don't nobody make one that goes on the end of a torque wrench
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    Quote Originally Posted by fool2 View Post
    Why don't nobody make one that goes on the end of a torque wrench
    ..Sounds good...But Hell I don't know torque specs for a knockoff...Do You FOOL ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOSTHATED CC View Post
    So do those tools tighten up a wheel as tight as a hammer?
    I prefer to tape the ears and use a hammer, because some old habits never die

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone star View Post
    I prefer to tape the ears and use a hammer, because some old habits never die
    ...True I haven't used it yet....I know the sound when its tight with the lead hammer..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOSTHATED CC View Post
    So do those tools tighten up a wheel as tight as a hammer?
    These tools can get the ko's tighter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragtop Ted View Post
    These tools can get the ko's tighter.
    Thats whats up....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragtop Ted View Post
    These tools can get the ko's tighter.
    X2. I only carry a hammer for emergencies due to its size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OGMIDWEST View Post
    Here You go Foo !
    Preciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fool2 View Post
    Why don't nobody make one that goes on the end of a torque wrench
    I saw someone was making samples of a ratched attachment last year, wonder how they came out

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    I have one of those soft touch tools, got from a member on here...and they hands down can get the knock offs tighter. Used it to take my buddies hammered knock offs off...was almost like his were not tight. Took my knock offs off after originally applying with the tool and they were crazy tight. I guess it's all in what you prefer...my knock offs look amazing as they have never seen a hammer and have been off and on tons of times.

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