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Old 01-31-2010, 06:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lug wrench

Sorry guys and gals. I tried searching, but didn't find an answer on this. I realized the other day that my tool kit (and lug wrench) is missing. Is there somewhere, other than ebay, where I can get the wrench? I don't really care about the tool kit.

I got a four-sided lug wrench from Harbor Freight to tide me over, but all four were too large. Any ideas where to look?

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Old 01-31-2010, 07:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The lug bolts are 17mm, a common size in both socket sets and metric four-sided lug wrenches. You must've bought a standard (SAE) wrench. If you want to stick with a harbor freight solution a breaker bar and 17mm socket might be a good combo.
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Old 01-31-2010, 07:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Sorry guys and gals. I tried searching, but didn't find an answer on this. I realized the other day that my tool kit (and lug wrench) is missing. Is there somewhere, other than ebay, where I can get the wrench? I don't really care about the tool kit.

I got a four-sided lug wrench from Harbor Freight to tide me over, but all four were too large. Any ideas where to look?

Thanks!
Your local auto parts store sometimes might carry extendable lug wrenches (1 foot to 2 foot lengths) with a 3/4 socket in 17mm, 19mm, 21mm, and one more I forgot. You'll only need the 17mm for your w123. That's what I have, and save my tool kit as part of the "original items" bin (among the first aid kit, owner's manuals, etc).
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or if you wanted to go really cheap, go and raid a few trucks at your local wreckers...
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I don't care about cheap. I hit Harbor Freight because it was down the street and I needed to get the tire changed ASAP. Ended up using my socket set after realizing I was SOL on the lug wrench.

Thanks for the replies -- the above links are perfect, DeliveryValve.
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