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Hello, do I need any special tool from MV to remove rear wheel? or may be 55mm socket? THANKS
-- Jeff (email@example.com), May 12, 2002
All you need to do is go by your local Sears store (assuming you're in the US) and get a 2 3/16 12-pt socket (I think the part # is 47791). It works perfectly. Also, don't forget that you'll need to use a torque wrench when putting the wheel nut back on.
-- Brad (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 12, 2002.
So let me ask you this... I was at Sears last night looking over their 3/4 inch drive selection and I did see this socket. Now, where's the torque wrench? They don't make one... Wonder if I should just get a step down adapter to half inch and use my half inch drive wrench?
Actually, I just wanted to see a 3/4 inch drive torque wrench... Don't think I've ever seen one...
-- Andy Ruhl (email@example.com), May 15, 2002.
Just gotta get technical don't ya? Yes, you can use a step-down adapter.
I'm sure some company makes a 3/4 torque wrench, but can we afford it?
-- Brad Cowell (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 15, 2002.
Firstly, using a step-down adaptor to 1/2 inch broke the drive off my torque wrench. Secondly,to get a torque wrench that goes up to the required 220-230 foot pounds is not cheap and would probably be for a truck. I bought a 2 foot long 1/2 inch drive bar and just tighten it up to PFT (Pretty F***ing Tight!)
-- Tony Riley (email@example.com), July 09, 2002.
Actually, it's 220-240 Newton Meters, not Foot Pounds. I bought a nice Craftsman torque wrench at Sears for about $80. It's rated for quite a bit higher than 240 NM, but I don't remember the exact amount. So far, I've taken my rear wheel off about 7 or 8 times with no problems at all.
-- Brad Cowell (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 11, 2002.