Should I take it in to a tire place? Or is there any easy eay that I can get it off?
If he snapped the socket and the lug nut, I don't think those would have helped at all. :crazy:EvilDeadFan said:Guarenteed for life, gotta love that.
For future reference..
Craftsman Damaged bolt and nut remover..
I used a 12 point socket on both rounded lug nuts and locking lug nuts. Get on that will just barely not go over the existing lug nut. Make sure you are using a 1/2" drive socket. Put an extension in the socket, place it over the lug nut, and pound that bad boy in (kind of sounds a little kinky . Then, if you have one, use a 1/2" drive impact wrench and that thing will come right off.Hartski said:Well, I've pounded the next smaller metric socket on rounded off nuts and bolts.
Are you using six, or twelve sided sockets?