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Now that I have my new 10 spoke rims I really need to paint my calipers and another part of my brakes due to rust. I know what I need, but my question is about my tuner nuts. If I jack the car up with the jack can I remove these nuts with the adapter and a regular wrench? Or do I need like a torque wrench? especially when I put them back on. I'm worried that once I put them back on a wheel would fall off or something before I could take it to a tire place
 

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my tuner lugs went on/operated exactly like OEM only they had a star/torx looking pattern on them, and i had a socket that fit it perfectly. Im sure many others have the same key, so its not 100 percent effective. But you get the idea.
 

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just make sure when you put them back on you torque them down to factory spec on all four lugs, in that case yes you do need a torque wrench.
 
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