HAVING PROBLEMS TRYING TO REMOVE LUGNUTS TO CHANGE MY TIRES

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Asked by Sep 26, 2009 at 11:12 PM about the Ford Expedition

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

has anybody had a hard time getting their lug nuts off their truck to rotate their tires or change them? i broke 4 sockets trying ti get the front 2 tires off and no budge  on the lugnuts, i need a solution that works if any of you can help please let me know here is my truck with the tires and wheels i'm getting rid of

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Only thing you can do really is just keep trying. Lots of WD-40, make sure to let it soak in for a minute. Try adding cheater bars for more leverage. Air wrenches come in handy as well. Good luck!

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