|Item Weight||3.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.8 x 4.5 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||L-202E|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||L202E|
WWT Group L-202E EZ Lug Lugnut Wrench
|Price:||$57.38 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 32:1 reduction ratio allows the tool to do all the work
- Double socket design delivers the most leverage to loosen the tightest lug nut
- Adjustable leverage set is compatable with most vehicles
- Heavy-duty cast aluminum contruction
- 3-inch extension kit can be used for custom wheels and extended hubs
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Getting a flat and being unable to break the lug bolts loose is never a worry with the EZ-Lug lug nut removal -ool. The patented double socket design has a 32:1 reduction ratio that allows the tool to do all the work. The 3 pound unit comes with a 17, 19, 21mm and extension sockets. This tool kit can be used with virtually all cars, pick-up trucks, and boat trailers.
Everyone knows a standard lug wrench is a clumsy tool--and it's certainly the last thing you want to wrestle with when you're on the side of the highway in a rainstorm trying to change a flat tire before it gets dark. The patented EZ-Lug, on the other hand, makes it simple to loosen or tighten lug nuts, even those that have been tightened by a mechanic or at the factory. The user merely fits the EZ-Lug over one bolt, places the second adjustable socket over the opposing bolt for leverage, then cranks. The inner gears do the work to easily remove a lug nut of most any size. The cast-aluminum EZ-Lug includes the EZ-Lug unit, a hand crank, and size 17, 19, and 21 sockets. There's no longer any reason to pity people for having a flat tire; now we just pity them for not owning an EZ-Lug.
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This product is so easy to use, a chimpanzee could be taught to remove your tire by using it.
However, use common sense: do not wait until you get a flat on a dark road in the pouring rain to use it for the first time.
Try it out in your garage before you throw it into your trunk.
I see that reviewers have complained that the thing snaps and breaks. I can see a reason for this. It is not difficult to crank the lug nut tighter instead of looser by mistake. You must crank in the correct direction. This device can generate an unbelievable amount of torque. If you mistakenly torque a lug nut tighter - one that you are trying to remove - then yes, the wrench may snap (and that's a GOOD thing! Better to snap the wrench than the lug bolt on your wheel!). It is not especially easy to see the on/off direction arrows, especially at night. Because of the gears, if you are trying to remove a nut, you have to crank in the opposite direction compared to using a normal 4-way lug wrench (the iron "plus sign" shaped lug net wrench) - this is quite anti-intuitive. Again, try it out before using it for your first flat tire.
I have come up with a GREAT idea. After several months, I decided to make sure I knew how to use this device, so I again read the instructions and tried it out on my cars. Yes, the instructions are simple, but I still had to read them over again - something I would not care to do if I had a flat at night in the pouring rain. In addition, since this product is designed for multiple purposes (car, boat, truck), you have to ignore instructions and hardware parts that you don't need. So - when you buy this device, simply fully assemble it, leave it assembled, and throw it in your trunk. It is quite compact. Now, theoretically, 98% of all users could throw the case and instructions away (but nobody will as we are all pack rats).
The following caution applies DOUBLE to this device!
I have decided to add the following to all my reviews:
Beware! Some "reviewers" will trash a product for no reason simply because they sell competitive products or are paid to do so. Other "reviewers" will give products - that they have never seen and never used - glowing 5 star ratings - for a fee. Some honest reviewers do not understand what a product is for or how to use it and will trash a product simply because they are just plain dumb.
The first two nuts broke free OK but on the third the device snapped in half. It was way past any warranty and the sales slip was long gone anyway, so there was no taking it back. As a gift it didn't cost me anything, so no big deal. I was impressed by the concept, however. If only the company had hired a professional engineer to calculate the stresses and design sufficient strength into it. I'm thankful I didn't invest the current going rate of $55 into this device.
I'm sold on the concept and found a heavier but much stronger (not aluminum) and smaller Pittsburg brand lug nut force multiplier for only $25 from Harbor Freight. It comes with an assortment of nut sockets, all in a small, black, zippered leatherette carrying case only 3" X 4" X 8" that fits easily into the dashboard glove box of my Toyota. It has a detachable crank and works like a champ.
Hope someone can benefit from my experience with the fragile and overpriced EZ.