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Old 02-08-2023, 09:16 PM
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Default How do you ID tire irons (lug wrench )

I have 6 olds ones and don't know what they are for
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By the stampings on the socket side and their lengths and degree of curve. Share photos and someone will hopefully reply.
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Old 02-09-2023, 08:17 PM
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I have tried many times to post pictures but can't figure it out
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I have tried many times to post pictures but can't figure it out
You need a 3rd party hosting page, unless you are good at downsizing your pics on your phone/computer to the requirements of the forum limits. I am not and use Photobucket, which requires a subscription. The host site Lee uses for all his pics has a free level that you can upload your pics to and then post them on here.
https://postimages.cc/

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The picture process was updated 3 years ago so you don't need to resize. I just upload pics and haven't had any issues. There is an picture posting tutorial I believe in the comments/ suggestion forum toward bottom.
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I donít have a PC and use my I Phone to take pics and post here. Itís an easy process that Steve helped with. If tech dumb me can do it anyone can!

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I figured it out with wrong picture
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Here are some shots of my 02 NOR L-35//T400 Camaro lug wrench.
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I'll try again.
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