Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Generally you can use a smaller socket on the lugs, If you have deep set lugs (aluminum wheels) You will need to use a 1/2" extension and socket. Pick one that needs to be hammered on to the nut, then after it's off, use a smaller extension to drive it out (3/8) If I remember correctly after the tin cover on the lug falls off, the socket size is 17mm.
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