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      12-11-2012, 10:14 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by davyk31 View Post
My problem last night was that the nuts on one wheel were so tight that they wouldn't shift using my extending arm wheel brace, the socket actually cracked in the process. They had been tightened stupidly tight by a tyre shop and nothing was going to shift them except the reapplication of a windy gun.
Your reason above is why air guns are a menace.

I have had at least three locking wheel nuts mullered by twats who take no notice of a simple instruction NOT to use an air gun on them.

The trouble is,that over time the use of airguns stresses the nut,and eventually they just disintegrate,usually when you're trying to change wheels,or have a breakdown due to a puncture.

McGards are the worst,had two of those where the head has come completely off!
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