Originally Posted by EugeneFlorida
Funny you should say that... the video on tires
and rims said the lug nuts take a 3/4 socket but mine have 13/16 socket really glad I stopped and bought a set of 1/2 drive socket, on the way back to Florida.
Has anyone else had the rim holes and Lug nuts look like mine
Eugene, I think that the lug nuts were just under torqued. The groove may have been cut into the lug nuts because the wheel was loose and wobbling.
I took a bus to Phoenix yesterday and saw that some of the buses had lug nut indicators on them.
Wheel-Check, loose wheel-nut indicator, made in North America
As someone has said earlier a torque wrench is almost a must if a person doesn't have a real good feel for torquing bolts and nuts. Clean threads are important also when torquing. I have been using a tough of anti-seize for years on my lug nuts but don't recommend it for others.