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Old April 23rd, 2009, 11:17 AM
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David Marchand
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Originally Posted by Ren Ching
pretty good article


can't imagine needing a breaker bar on the wheel bearing nuts. haven't had any problems with the "tommy bar" approach.

anyway some of the hub nut tools have a spot for a 1/2" or 3/4" drive breaker bar or ratchet.
Yup, the RN/LR hub tool has no spots for 1/2" drive.

And I did need to use a 3 foot breaker on my rear inner hub nuts (the ones next to the spacer) just last week. It sucked. Don't know why it required that as everything was clean and lubed.

Follow-up Post:

Also, cruiseroutfitters.com carries a hub nut 1/2" drive tool that fits our application as well as many cruisers. It is a but cheaper than buying a full blown socket.


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