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1 hour ago, AlDente67 said:

Need a wrench to do some wheel changing.  I have one somewhere in my hoarders mess of a garage.  Just need a wrench/breaker bar for a one off.  150lb+ ideally.


Also will buy it outright if you prefer.

Have a length of pipe?

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On 1/27/2020 at 8:49 AM, Scorpio64 said:

Are you looking for a torque wrench to remove wheels, or put them back on.  It would be very unusual to remove lug nuts with a torque wrench and breaker bar. 

Changing a set for winter rims.  You know what I meant.  Stop busting my nads.  :)

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On ‎1‎/‎27‎/‎2020 at 9:50 PM, Golf battery said:

I have if you need.  Im about 20 mins from you 

You drive too fast!

On ‎1‎/‎31‎/‎2020 at 10:58 AM, AlDente67 said:

Changing a set for winter rims.  You know what I meant.  Stop busting my nads.  :)

When do you need it by?  I'm right on Route 1 5 days a week and could possibly meet you halfway (McCafferty's?).

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14 minutes ago, AlDente67 said:

damed commie....left us behind.

I had no choice as I needed a vehicle and didn't want to buy new since I may get the Bronco in 2021.  I also needed a bigger vehicle for various reasons.  At least it's still in the extended family.

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