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C1-2-3 TIRE JACK RESTO
Here’s the correct jack and lug wrench from a Midyear, in pretty bad shape as you can see. A couple of hours of elbow grease and some TLC will having it looking like new again.
We used a Speed Blaster hand-held gravity-feed abrasive blaster gun loaded withbeach/play sand to rekmove ruse and bring the jack and lug wrench down to bare metal.
Here's the lug wrench after blasting. We intentionally left the rubber donut on the end during initial sandblasting to get the outer layer of crud off it as well.
Now, with the donut removed, you can see the rust inside of it,which is the nextorder of business to receive our attention.