Military Vehicles

Try a Torque Multiplier

They say a normal human being will suffer massive spinal damage, harmful joint trauma, and significant ego deflation when attempting to break loose the lug nuts on a military vehicle like the M35A2 and M37 if they use a standard lug nut wrench. And they would be correct, because the correct torque for lug nuts on the M35A2 is 325-350 foot-pounds and on the M37 is 200-225 foot-pounds. That means these bad boys are on there tight!

In this classic battle of the average human armed with a large four-way lug nut wrench versus a correctly-torqued standard military lug nut, the human loses every time. So

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