This socket is 1/2-inch drive and Chrome Molybdenum, so feel free to use your impact wrench with it. The protective vinyl jacket protects your wheels from scratches. The hollow design leaves plenty of room for removing longer bolts (3 3/8 inches over all length). I think this socket will last a long time!
Its outside diameter is 1. Your lug nut socket is 1 inch in diameter. I am 23 inches tall.
Your aftermarket wheels or new car has invested a considerable amount of money into custom wheels.
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Questions & Answers
What about the lug nuts? Is the socket also designed to protect them?
The lug nuts have a plastic insert at the end that protects the ends.
A 17mm socket has a diameter of 17mm. What is the outside diameter?
The plastic may add one and one-eighth of an inch without plastic and maybe one and a half The micrometer I was looking for is not with me.
What kind of impact wrenches can be used with the socket?
There is an impact rating, yes. It has served my purposes without a hitch on three occasions.
Is this also a protection for lug nuts?
Unlike most lug nuts, it has no protective covering on the inside, but it will not harm them if you use a breaker bar to remove it. Before applying the socket, you may want to apply a thin layer of electrical tape to the lugs if you are concerned about the lugs.
Selected User Reviews For ARES 59006-7/8-Inch 1/2-Inch Drive Non-Marring Impact Lug Nut Socket - Protective Sleeve Prevents Damage to Custom Rims & Lug Nuts
There is poor quality material here
It wouldn't be worth your money to purchase During the process of removing 6 bolts from my SUV, it broke, almost injuring me. If I was involved in any off-topic activities, I could not imagine I was on a road trip and required changing tires, and this tool would not be up to the task. As we all know, I did not use a pneumatic machine, I used a breaker bar.
| Dec 02, 2020
This is not a thin walled vessel
This certainly does not qualify as a thin wall, though it appears to be well made. An outer diameter of about 1 inch is the diameter of the Kobalt 19mm deep impact rated socket. There is a 2mm difference. There was a problem with that. The Vossen VFS-33 have been provided to me The spoke bases are too wide to fit into the lug but hole, and these wouldn't even fit between the spoke bases. In other words, if your wheels are Vossen, I doubt this socket works for.
| Jul 31, 2020
I have noticed that this impact socket is slightly thinner than the ones I normally use
It is sturdy and I don't see any danger of it cracking except with properly torqued lug nuts. Isbn *br. Although, I did not find that these inserts allowed the acorn lug nuts on both of the cars I use them on to fully seat in the sockets. The insert only allowed a little over a quarter inch of nut to land in the socket on one set of lug nuts. Now the acorn style nuts fit properly since I was able to push that insert deeper into the socket. In order to push the insert down more deeply, it did take a little force. I think I used a hammer and a socket extension.
| Aug 18, 2020
It is a set that should work for most
I like it a lot. I have only used it on some rims where the hole is so small that you have to remove the non-metal part in order to use it Wearing a marking protector will prevent marks from appearing. The fact that this is an option is great, the problem is that it's not integrated into the non-integrated system In a Mar, there is a group of ridges that hold non-fossilized material Placement of the mars They act like a grinder in the lug holes. When you are dealing with something that is hard with a high-powered impact, you have to be very careful.
| Nov 04, 2020
Using this product reminds me of a lug not/bolt tool I have for 19" lugs I need for my 18" wheels
I immediately noticed that the red ink used for the product name and tool size transfers to the wheels as you install or remove lugs. The first time you use this ink, it would be best if you removed it with alcohol or some sort of solvent. I have red ink on my new wheels that I need to remove.
| Sep 15, 2020
A set of 20 inch chrome 8 lug wheels was ordered to be installed on my 1983 Chevy van since I new set of 8 lug wheels came in
Now that we have these new wheels, we have virtually no room to place Put an end to using a four-way. The 7/8 inch thinning wall sockets I needed were 7/8 inches wide. As I got them, I was unaware that there was a plastic sleeve protecting the wheel from scuffs caused by As a result, it is unnecessary to express further. All in all, they are excellent tools and are highly recommended.
| Apr 19, 2021
This is a great socket For what it is used for, it is perfect
This appears to be a very well-made product. My wheels fit into the narrow recesses barely, but it looks good. Having said that, the only issue is that if your nuts have a big crown on top, you may bottom out in the socket, preventing a complete grip on all the flat surfaces of On the inside of the socket, there is a plastic plug that blocks the square drive hole. Depending on their needs, they can be reinserted. In general, I think this is a.
| Oct 28, 2020
It is a true bargain considering the quality and durability of the product, as well as the price
Those annoying aftermarket wheels with the narrow openings can also be fitted to the thinner sidewalls.
| Oct 12, 2020