Reviewed By Tim C (San Pablo, CA) Reviewed for a 1990 Jeep Cherokee —2/25/2016 9:41 PM
Note: to McGard I recommend you package you chrome lug nuts and locks in a divided containers.
Reviewed By Samuel D (Wickliffe, OH) Reviewed for a 2011 Jeep Liberty —2/25/2016 11:08 AM
I had great customer service. I was walked through anything I might need for the rims, size and make model of the car were discussed with me. Mike even told me about the locking lug nuts.I even went back after I got my rims and order other things for another car.
Reviewed By Joshua K (great barrington, MA) Reviewed for a 2008 Jeep Wrangler —2/3/2016 6:42 AM
So, I started with the passenger rear wheel. My socket got stuck in every one of the holes and it took forever to get it out. But my socket fit perfectly in all three other spacers when I torqued them down. When it was time for the re-torque, I saved the passenger rear for last. I zipped through each hub, hand torquing to spec. When I got to that dreaded passenger rear hub, I had problems fitting my socket in, then wiggling it back out (swapping from torque to breaker bar to wiggle it out).