|Item Weight||52 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 7.5 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||WR-LS58|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Electric Torque Wrench|
Altocraft USA WR-LS58 Torque Multiplier Lug Nut Wrench
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- High Powered Lug Nut Wrench makes changing tires a breeze!
- Made of Strong Alloy Steel that will last
- Perfect for Cars, Trucks and RV's!
- Trans-Speed Ratio: 1:58 - Maximum Safe Output: 5800N/M
- Set includes: 1 inch driver and 32mm and 33mm deep impact socket
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Top Customer Reviews
The only challenge was anchoring the arm. I ended up using flat steel to wedge in it and stop the arm from moving.The steel wedges between the socket and the arm and whatever else you can use to anchor to. Doing this scratched the socket some but considering they are extra thick to withstand the 8000FtLbs. of torque, this is no problem to the socket. You will need 1" drive sockets. They are huge.
I normally would use a 3/4" drive and sockets to remove most of the bolts I come in contact with. This most recent trip I stripped out a spud wrench and broke a monkey wrench. I also bent a flat wonder bar in half. I figure I needed something with a lot of power. This is that tool. It will either break the nut loose or break the bolt off.
This tool has a very slow action so its not a tool that will go squirrely on you. Every 58 turns from the handle equal 1 turn from the socket. Very slow but extremely powerful!!! This thing broke loose rusted nuts on 1" bolts that had been there for 20 years. Like i said before I broke a monkey wrench with a 4' Pipe that I was trying to turn them off with. The only caution I can say is if you use a piece of steel or something else to stop the are be wary that you will exude an extreme amount of force on whatever you anchor to. It may break and shatter toward you so be careful.
The only improvement I can suggest would be to add a way for the sockets to not fall off. There are no locking bearings on this so when you pick it up the sockets fall off.Read more ›
The machining on the inside where the gears are is very poor, sloppy and primative. As soon as you get it take off the large snap ring and grease the heck out of it. Mine came almost dry. The rubber handle grip will disintegrate on you so wear good gloves.
This tool, if greased properly, is worth the money even if only used a few times for emergencies. It will save you a $100.00 service fee to get a tire changed. If mine breaks I will definitely buy another one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This works very well, with no issues, case not so good, pretty flemzy busted on delivery, but I never bought it for the case. So all is good.Published 3 months ago by blazeman
It works real well. The price is good. I have not had any problems with it.Published 5 months ago by shenee
Wouldn't remove the lugs from my semi
And the bracing arm was digging into my rim
company working on a replacement case. Damaged in transit. Tool is fine.Published 19 months ago by Theodore Mcmurray