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Put a longer pipe to the tire wrench, those air guns do wonders, then you are stuck in the road, because you can't undo the lugs.
SuggesT you keep a 2 - 3 FT pipe in the trunk that fits over the lug wrench handle. If you have time loosen them all and tighten them with the wrench only. Can't figure out why the heck those places put the lugs on so tight. (money of course) Can't change the tire, time to call for help AAA or the local joe who is going to charge you for coming out there. If you are female, call the state troopers for assistance.

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