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6 Point Spline Drive Tuner Socket Key Tool for Six-Spline Wheel

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Product Description

Only Works with Smaller 6-Spline Lug Nuts

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Verify Lug Nut amp; Wheel Lug Hole Diameter

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IMPORTANT: Compatibility amp; Installation

  • This socket is only compatible with smaller 6-spline lug nuts (Typically 12x1.5, 12x1.25, or 1/2"x20 thread size). Measure the diameter of your lug nut splines and compare to 'Socket Inner Diameter' measurement in the diagram above.
  • Before using the socket, make sure the socket splines match that of your lug nuts. If there is too much play (ie too much "wiggle" room), the socket may crack or round off your lug nuts. NOTE: The socket will break if used on mismatching lug nuts.
  • During use (loosening or tightening your lug nuts), ensure you are holding/leveraging your wrench properly. Failure to do this puts too much extra pressure on the socket and can lead to breaking. NOTE: The socket will break if not used properly.
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6 Point Spline Drive Tuner Socket Key Tool for Six-Spline Wheel

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