Originally Posted by dashonthedash
Those false lug nuts (3 per wheel marked by the grooves) are for holding the wheel covers on, and can become loose over time. They should be checked periodically. I checked mine and found several loose ones that I tightened. The T-shaped wrench shown in Iggy's picture is specifically for tightening and loosening the false lug nuts. These nuts should never be torqued, overtightened or tightened with a pneumatic wrench, as damage to the wheel cover or nut cover can result.
During our PDI I asked about THAT
wrench, he said it was the lug nut wrench.
I looked at him and said the only tool I know of to work on wheels this size (Iíve been around a few) is a cell phone, he got this kind of sheepish look and said itís the hub cap wrench.
I was confused and still am about THAT
Is it for the FAKE lug nuts
(available at Camping world) or the real nuts
(NOT available at Camping World) that hold the hub caps on?