Hub Cap Removal Tool
I know this has been posted before, but bears repeating. For those picking up or having their trailers delivered, it is important to check the tension on the lug nuts. Dennis at ETI says 90-95 lbs. (I use 95lbs.). Bring a torque wrench with you, along with a 4-5 inch extension to clear the tire, and a 13/16" socket. The proper frequency is every hundred miles for the first 300 miles, then once a month or before each trip. This little tool helps you pop the hub caps without scratching the white paint on the steel wheels.
Torquing Made Easy!
There are different brands, but this one is made by Lisle, model # 35260 and is called a Plastic Fastener Remover. It is sold at most auto part stores and most hardware stores. I got this one at a Grand Auto in Washington.
Steve and Debbie
2016 - 21'