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Irwin Hanson Lugnut Extractor Set, 5 Piece (54125)

4.6
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Description

  • Designed specifically to remove lugnuts
  • Reverse spiral flutes are designed to bite down to provide maximum gripping power
  • High carbon steel for greater durability and a longer life
  • Universal lobular design fits all types of fasteners
  • Includes carrying case and extractors to remove lugnuts sizes: 19mm, 21mm, 22mm, 24mm, 3/4", 13/16", 7/8", 15/16", 1" in drive size 1/2"

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Customer Reviews

Remove Stripped Lugs on a 2007 Honda Accourd Beautifully My son has a 2007 Honda Accord. The Mr Gard security lugs are stripped out. They strip our very easily but that is for another review. Anyway, I used one of the sockets to removed the stripped lug. I had to hammer the socket of the lug and carefully remove it. It worked. You MUST hammer the socket on and you MUST get it straight over the lug nut. I needed a bench vice to remove the lug from the socket. I have attached a picture of the stripped lug. Some of you may find the socket is too large for the socket hole. In my case, that was not a problem. This socket is about the same size as a good lug wrench but larger (thicker wall) than a standard socket. I am very happy with the quality and results. I have had great luck with other Irwin Hanson tools.I believe this tool would work well for a variety of stripped or damaged bolt heads. 5They worked to remove an over tight lug nut. We had one lug nut that got rounded off when the socket cracked on the impact wrench on the 2010 Ford F-150 truckWith this set of extractors and a 3/4 inch drive ratchet set and a 4' cheater bar I got it to break loose finally. These will not see much use but will be there for the next time needed. From the case to the sockets the quality shows. 5Nut Buster !!! lol These things work freaking awesome! It is seldom where you can leave a five star product review and actually mean it. I went to do a routiene tire rotation on my 15 Yukon which is new to me. The last tech that put the wheel locks on last clearly over torqued them. If you use an impact gun on a wheel lock, they will inevitably strip and you will be left with a nut that has a smooth exterior and no way to grab onto it. I initially used a "wheel lock removal tool" which is basically a socket with no points. It has a smooth interior and it tapers inside. When you have a stripped wheel lock this gets pounded onto the exterior of the bolt and then "squeezes" the metal the further you hammer it on. It is supposed to be designed to do this specific task and remove wheel locks if you loose the key ( which most people do ). Anyhow, long story short, after a few hours working on one single stripped nut, even heating it with a torch and still no luck, we reluctantly gave up. My friend who is a mechanic was with me and said he has never had a bolt that he simply could not remove. I decided to order this set on Amazon on Saturday and they arrived on Monday. Truth be told I didn't think they would work and I expected to return them. Well, needless to say not only did they work but I could have had my three year old turn the wrench! I mean I simply selected the most appropriate size, hammered it on the nut until it was seated as far as possible and literally pulled on the breaker bar. I should mention I ordered a 24" breaker bar at the same time that was also a 1/2" drive because I only had a 12" standard ratchet. I'm just so impressed at how efficient these are I had to write a review. I also thought they would not be deep enough to clear the wheel stud based on the pictures but they are HUGE! I would not call them deep well but they are longer than a short socket. I was worried the wheel stud would be too long and they would not be able to "grab" any meat of what was left of the nut but this was not an issue at all. Anyhow, totally worth it and I will have these for life. After what I did trying to remove that nut i'm confident i can remove anything with these. 5THIS IS THE BEST TOOL FOR THE JOB! Extractors are tools that you use only on occasion, but, when that occasion comes up, you are happy you have this "go to" tool. I had a rounded out lug nut on my F-150. I tried a reverse thread extractor and all it did was make the round-out more rounded out. I called a garage and asked them for price on removal and they said they would use a reverse thread extractor and charge me $20. I told them I already went that route. They said a drill out would be shop time price $50 - $200. I ordered this tool. Got it. Tapped it onto the lug nut, attached it to a 24" breaker bar with a pipe extension and the nut rolled off like nobody's business.I went around the truck and checked all my lug nuts. This is one problem you don't want on the road. 5Just one more inch is all this needs to be perfect While the quality of this product seems to be well above its competition, its design does have a severe issue.Keep in mind that I tried this tool on both of my vehicles - and both are running stock wheels. Irwin markets this tool set as a "Lugnut" Specialty "Extractor" set. Therefore, one should think that it excels at one task . . . removing lugnuts! BUT, for the tool to do its job it must first make contact with the lugnut. Before buying my concern was if the tool's thickness would allow it to fit over the lugnut while still fitting in the hole. Usually air impact tools have a thicker, or beefier, sidewall construction which makes it difficult to fit into spots, these fit - that way.The issue with the design problem comes in with the length, way too short. The socket is barely larger than the lugnut itself, if at all. The only way I see these working is if the lugnut is on a smoothie style wheel or something similar to the spare tire wheel. Think about if your wheels have a hole/cavity/opening in which the lugnut fits DOWN into the wheel. If so, these will not fit on deep enough. To hopefully give a better description of the issue imagine a wheel you would see on the typical landscape trailer. These sockets would work great on that type of wheel. But on most OEM wheels today the lugnuts do NOT sit ON the wheel, more than they sit IN the wheel. 2I feel kinda stupid for having worked so long and so hard on something that just needed me to buy the right tool for the job. Spent an entire day with an impact wrench and liquid wrench trying to get a lug nut off that was way over-tightened and had fused to the recessed aluminum wheel. The standard impact socket finally destroyed the acorn cap and without that extra layer the socket wouldn't fit anymore and lug nut rounded off completely smooth. I finally gave up and bought this Irwin kit. It took the lug nut off before the delivery guy could even reach the end of the street. It came off so quick and easy (less than 2 seconds) that I thought it had lost it's bite and was just spinning but when I pulled the tool back the lug was off and in the socket. It had such a good bite on the lug nut that it took me about 20 minutes to get the lug nut out of the tool. I feel kinda stupid for having worked so long and so hard on something that just needed me to buy the right tool for the job. 5Great product. I wish I had found it right away. This product worked flawlessly. I already knew about Irwin, but I had never heard of this tool...Long story short, I bought a used motorcycle and the oil drain plug made of aluminum was all rounded up. I had to go to the parts catalog to find out the size. For several days I tried everything I could think of. Asked around for advise with no luck. After many attempts and a lot of frustration I didn't know what to do anymore. By now the bolt head was just about gone... One night I started Googleing "damage bolt extraction" and a YouTube link popped up. It was a short demo video of a guy using this extractor. It looked really easy... At this point I thought even if it had been harder to for me to use, It would have been ok... I just wanted this plug outa there. I found the right size thru Amazon and ordered.Well, when the tool arrived, I took it to the garage right away. I used it with a breaker bar... I honestly spent more time opening the two boxes and removing the cellophane wrap than I did removing my plug.I took the size that was a bit too small for my chewed up plug and gently hammered it onto the plug. Got a tight fit that way. Then I took my 18 inch breaker bar and voila! The plug came right out without damaging the engine.I still can't believe I spent all that time trying to remove that plug before I had the tool.So, if you have a messed up bolt and you've been trying hard to get it out... Stop right now before you make it worse and wait for Fedex. You won't regret it. Just make sure you buy a set with the correct size extractor and at least two sizes smaller. That's what I needed to get a tight fit on the little bit of plug I had left.Good luck. 5Powers through tough lug nuts better than expected. This is actually the first review i have ever given for anything on Amazon. I just had to post a review because I am simply amazed with the result of what I had ordered. It actually came used in the package with hammer marks however, this tool shined as it powered through the broken lug nut head took hold and I removed it with a 3 foot breaker bar on top of a half inch ratchet head. If you are on the fence about this product as I was, after using other similar tools this one is hands-down the real deal. If I could give it more stars I would. I actually got a quote from a shop about removing the lug nut at about $105 for the hour of work it would have taken them. Now I have a tool that I can use for years to come and save friends hopefully the heartache. 5GREAT product!! I was able to remove 24 lug nuts (the "lock" was lost) without the extractor slipping once. There are conflicting opinions on whether this can be used with an impact wrench or not. I was afraid to do the initial breaking loose other than by hand. Once broken loose, I used an impact for quicker removal, since I had 24 to do. I highly recommend doing it that way, or totally by hand depending on your circumstance. I will probably buy a set of the smaller size extractors for normal nuts and bolts. 5Work well, but won't fit in tight spaces. I work in a tire shop and constantly have to deal with broken wheel locks or lost wheel lock keys. These are great for removing wheel locks, but the large hex nut on the end prevents them from getting into some of the deeper lug recesses that some wheels have. 4
Irwin Hanson Lugnut Extractor Set, 5 Piece (54125)

Irwin Hanson Lugnut Extractor Set, 5 Piece (54125)

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€161,00
Sale price
€161,00
Regular price
€266,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€105,00)