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  • TPMS Sensors at great prices!

  • …TPMS rebuild kit if you are trying to re-use your sensors on a new wheel. This would allow your service technician to service any rubber parts or lock nuts that are not designed to be re-used. Usually these kits range from 3-7 dollars each, so a good precautionary measure for sure!* TPMS is a cost,…

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  • SPC Control Arms For Jeep JK: Part Two

  • …making sure that all components move freely. Once the Jeep was holding its own weight, I torqued all eight control arm bolts and the adjustment locking jam nuts. If you're only installing upper control arms, it's recommended to loosen the bolts on the lower arms too, to take out any bind in…

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  • Brake Job Part 1: The Set Up

  • …This locks up the rear brakes which will also help to keep the rear end fixed in position. The next step is to break the lug nuts loose. You want to do this before you jack up the vehicle. The weight of the vehicle will hold the tire and wheel in place while you are applying force to the nuts. The…

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  • How to Prepare Your Car or Truck for Holiday Travel

  • …is free of cracking and is properly inflated. * Check the torque of your lug nuts or bolts. Torque spec settings can be found in your owner's manual. * Make sure you have a lug wrench, jack kit and any applicable lock keys accessible or stowed away in a convenient on-board compartment. Missing…

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  • Burger Without Fries?

  • …your wheels properly. While at the shop, the mechanic comments on your nice, new wheels and asks where your locking lugs are? D’oh!, Strike two! Now you need to try and track down locking lugs or call Tire Rack and order a set. The simple and enjoyable task of putting on your brand new wheels…

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  • Pull Those Stud Cips!

  • …actually wear round indents or recesses in the back of the wheel and the resulting gap also creates a space between the lug nuts and the lug seats on the wheel face. The lug nuts are no longer torqued tight against the wheel! You will soon notice a vibration while you drive the vehicle, especially…

  • Summer Road Trip? Use This Maintenance Checklist.

  • …do. If you have custom wheels, it's important to make sure the lug wrench fits. The wheels could also have locks, so don't get stranded without the key! And since the lug nuts are different from stock, have some stock lugs for the spare. * Belts and Hoses - Check them for dry, cracking or…

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