lug wrench

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a wrench with jaws that have projecting lugs to engage the object that is to be rotated

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After the vehicle is resting on the ground, use the lug wrench to tighten the lug nuts as much as you can.
It's also smart before you go to get a chassis lube and make sure all your wheel lug nuts are tightened to factory torque specs and can be loosened by hand with your lug wrench.
Also, make sure you have a jack and lug wrench and know how they work.
Think of spinning a lug wrench in the wrong direction; trying to put on makeup or take off whiskers while watching yourself on a video monitor; or putting the right glove on the left hand (now turn it inside out and try again
Get a $20,4-ton hydraulic hand-jack and a $10 "+"-shaped, four-socket lug wrench for each vehicle and if you can afford it, a $100+ wheeled trolley-type floor jack if you have a concrete floor shop.
Don't forget a spare tire, jack, lug wrench, jumper cables, flares, flashlight, tire gauge, empty container for gas, can of engine oil, blanket and first aid kit.
It seems the lug wrench supplied with the vehicle was the wrong size for the chrome wheels, which had been put on the car by an agent of Moore, not by Suzuki.
And one more thing: Be sure you have a spare tire and a wrench for the lug nuts on your trailer wheels--don't expect your car's lug wrench to fit.
Stewart christened Hoyt with the nickname of "Lugwrench" after Hoyt suffered a flat tire in the middle of nowhere in the dark of night during an excursion to Eastern Oregon, and didn't have a lug wrench.
Make sure your truck jack is on board and functional, that your lug wrench is of correct size, and that none of your lugs are "frozen" and all can be removed with the lug wrench.
Make sure you have a spare (also check it for wear and damage), flat fixer, lug wrench, jack and tire pump.
A wheel lug wrench, specially designed to fit Rolligon tires, is also provided in the accessory package.
Have essential tools handy - Store a travel survival kit in your car that includes a tire gauge, lug wrench, screwdriver, flashlight with extra batteries, flares, blankets and an empty gas can.
That'll keep the wheels from spinning while you turn the lug wrench once the car's raised.
You also should have a jack, a lug wrench, a flat fixer and portable tire pump, jumper cables, and a small bag of sand, salt or cat litter for tire traction.