Ok, testing complete ....... Using my 3 ton floor jack, I lifted the front left wheel, removed the lugs with my Kobalt electric Impact Wrench. (plugged into the coach, generator running to reenact an on-the-road situation)
It was "Zip, Zip, Zip" and the lugs were off. I zipped them back, and used my 200lb Torque wrench set at 148 foot pounds to tighten the lugs..
The electric torque wrench tightened the lugs really close to the proper torque on the first squeeze. That made proper torqueing really easy. I know I can't carry my floor jack, so I will carry my 12 ton bottle jack (15 LBS).
I feel confident that should I become unlucky and experience a flat, with enough room, I can handle it.
On Friday we head west to TX, NM, AZ, CA, UT, CO, WY, MT. ND, SD, Then complete the circle.
From Cajun Country
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