I was using my $25 impact wrench for the job...what a bad idea.
I went to borrow my neighbor's impact wrench (a $350 impact wrench)... The nut came off right away....
I did not know that my impact wrench from Harbor Freight was so weak
Conclusion, my F...ing cheap impact wrench just cost me $500 of parts.
I got one of those, Garbage...
A good impact wrench would not only remove the nut, if set to the wrong direction it would strip out all the threads.
I stick to my previous comments, I use a Breaker Bar to be safe.
Impact will only strip threads because of user error.
Oh, I agree... I learned the hard way.
Cheep Ass Harbor Freight Electric Impact Wrench.
So far I have not found anything I could not remove with a Breaker Bar.
I have not changed the Belt on my 500 ABS yet, so I may eventually need one. I have a very good Digital 1/2" Torque Wrench that I invested in that handles the 500 Requirements for Tightening; but taking apart I will address in the next 4000 Miles for Belt/Roller Maintenance.
My Rear Tire on the 500 is almost to the bars, and that will be coming up soon. My Original City Grip is just going to make it a little over 5000+ Miles.
I have a second Rim with a New City Grip ready to go on. I may entertain the Car Tire again on the Rim I am taking off.
Right Tightie... Lefty Lucy...
As you told me a long time ago.