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Are you ready for winter? This is a very easy and short guide in how to swap your wheels. Hope you enjoy!

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  • I’ve got suggestion’s on how to do it the right way. Pulling upward using your back muscles is not the correct way to loosen the lugs. It’s not good for your back. Positional lug wrench to your left and with your left arm extended and your right arm holding the rent steady on the lugs, pushed downward with your left arm using your weight. Kind of the way you did when you’ve tightened them. Except your tightening position was wrong. If the wrench slipped off the lug you would have fell face first into the dirt, because you did not position your legs to keep you from falling. You must stand facing the wheel with one leg to the left of the wheel and one leg to the right of the wheel, making it impossible for you to fall if the wrench slipped off the lugs.