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Anybody running Cragar SS's with 3 bar spinner center cap?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Berdoo John, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. Berdoo John
    Joined: Mar 5, 2001
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    I just picked up a set of SS's and bought the 3 bar spinners at the LARS swap meet ($10 a piece) this weekend and when I went to put the wheels on....it seems that no matter where the spinner is positioned it blocks access to one lugnut. Am I just retarded or is there a trick to mounting the wheels with the spinners on them? I had my girlfriend try to find the "sweet spot" too, but she couldn't either. Help?
     
  2. Yo Baby
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    What kinda drugs are you on?LOL You can't divide 5 by 3:D .

    T.OUT
     
  3. SimonSez
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    How about using a socket with a universal, or an offset ring spanner to get at the wheel nut that is blocked by the spinner ?
     
  4. Berdoo John
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    Yeah I suppose a socket on a swivel extension is the answer. Sorta weird design if you ask me.

    And what is an "offset ring spanner"?

    No drugs for me Yo, just some minor retardness...and 5/3 is 1.666
     
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  6. MattA
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    from Plano, tx

    We used to just tighten the four you can get to then tap the spinner with a rubber hammer to gain access to the fifth.
     
  7. monsterflake
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    DING! DING! DING! We have a winner! :D
     
  8. Thats the way they are. I installed many of those in my tire monkey days.Just loosen or tighten the spinner enough to get a wrench on it. once the plate & screw are snug and the wheel is on the veh. you should be able to tighten it by turning the spinner.
    G.M.B.
     
  9. Kaucher
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    It will always block one lug odd number on an odd number.
    KK
     

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