Remember when a really tightened wheel meant cranking the PSI on the compressor and pounding the lug nut into the wheel till the air gun sounded like a jackhammer?Those days have given way to the precision of a torque wrench. Not that it's a new science, but over-tightening has been the ruin of many a wheel. If you have a nut hole that has been pounded like the Grand Canyon, you may be able to find a solution for the old wheels in our wide range of lug nut sizes, seats and styles - appliance step mag seated lug nuts, with three ply chrome over hardened steel. The better solution, of course, is to ditch the worn wheel and vow never to use an air gun again. However, even with a standard tire iron, it's possible to over-tighten, especially when the bolt surface is lubricated (requiring much less torque). So what's a home mechanic to do? The chrome finished hardened steel TW605 Gorilla torque wrench offers a surefire way to tighten bolts to spec, and not an inch-pound more. With a thumbscrew dial lock that lets you tighten accurately from 10 - 150-foot-pounds, this wrench ensures that you won't strip bolts or pound wheel holes, as long as you set to the proper spec. You do want to take other things into consideration, such as lubrication level and surface texture which can alter the torque values considerably.This heavy-duty Gorilla torque wrench comes with 5-inch extension and a plastic carrying case.Once this problem is bolted down, Brandsport's broad utility spectrum of wheel accessories will help you make sure other parts of your wheel assembly are a snug, safe fit, with hub rings for the slightly miss-sized hub hole and wheel spacers, when the wheel itself is just too close for comfort. Buy the torque wrench before you install your new, precision lug nuts and give them the respect they deserve.