Question about Dodge Vehicle Parts & Accessories
Took it to various tire places no one can get it off.
Get one of these lug nut removal tools. Do not get a cheap one, get one that is strong enough to slightly cut the lug nut and bite down into the metal. Start working it with a breaker bar and a hammer to get an initial bite. switch to an impact wrench and take it off. WD-40 or some other penetrating oil will help a bit, but make sure the lug nut surface itself is not dripping (the tool you just got will slip off of it).
The other method is to use a rotary tool and carefully begin to cut the lug nut metal. Be careful not to gouge the lug itself, or you'll have to replace that too (done it myself).
Posted on Feb 06, 2014
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