I put a set of custom wheels on a previous car I owned and had to replace the lug wrench. The stock one was too thick-walled to fit into the sockets around the lugs. So, figuring I was going to have to get a new wrench and socket anyways, I bought a cheap parrallel-bar torque wrench and the right socket and kept it with me. So if I ever needed to change the tires, I could make sure everything was torqued up right. THis is also good because some rims need to have the lugs re-tightened after some driving if they were just put on. Plus, it was really nice having that long bar to break the lugs loose.
Car: 2017 WRX Limited
Mods: none, really
I just replaced the OEM Dunlop Sport Maxx RT tires, size 245/40-R18 with Michelin Pilot All Season 4 tires, size 245/40-R18. The dealership did the mount, balance, and alignment.
On my drive home, I immediately noticed that the steering...
Holle Subi team , im very curious is its ok to run 17x8.5 front and 17x9.5 rear without hurting my center diff . Tire sizes are 235/45/17 front and 245/45/17 rear . If anyone has some real information please advise
Working on an 02 WRX sedan. As far as I'm aware it's the stock front swaybar. I installed the endlinks with spacers and they didn't look right to me, so I installed the other side without spacers and those didn't look right either. What do you think? Do I need to add or subtract a spacer or just...