Do you know the "defined torque"?
You would never drive off in your car after changing the tyres if you were not absolutely sure that your wheels are fitted properly. You check four or more nuts with the ratchet or a torque wrench, and you do the same again after the test drive.
Then you can rest assured that you have tightened the wheels of your car with the "defined torque" prescribed.
With a central locking rim, be it with wing, octagon or oval nuts, this defined torque should be between 250 and 350 Nm.
With a tool from Oldtimertools and a torque wrench, you can make the wheels of your hobby car or leisure sport safe.Easy and damage-free loosening and tightening of wing nuts with ratchet or torque wrench is a good argument for using our tool.
Safety on the road is of course another argument.