You don't have to remove the tire. I've become very adept at doing this
unfortunately. I have gotten pissed at it a number of times in the past and
just snapped the top off the spark plug with a long needle nose pliers to
pop on the ratchet and extention. A combination of extentions will get the
job done, but having wobble extentions make this job much easier. I
actually bought an extra long extentions just for this duty.
Adam Frazier wrote:
I use a 3/8th drive Knuckle (U-joint) type flex socket, a 20 inch
extension, and a short handle ratchet. I don't remove the tires, I just
turn the wheels, with the truck on the ground.the hardest part is not
ripping the inner fender splash shields (after 10 years those things
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