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The Reverse Logic M12x1.5F female threaded lug guide tool, first introduced a year ago, has received many enthusiastic customer reviews. Several customers have requested a longer tool for use with very wide rear wheels. The original tool is 117mm long whereas the newly released M12x1.5F-200 tool is 200mm long.

Because of the extra length of this tool, at least three tools should be used to minimize the weight of the wheel/tire combination on each tool. The tools are sold in sets of three (3) for $60/set or sets of five (5) for $90/set. Storage cases are included with the tools.

Reverse Logic Limited Store - M12x1.5F-200 Lug Guide Tool

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Hello Fred,

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I have a Z06 and find the original lug tools more than sufficient. I do use (3) of them; reducing tensile strength on the C7 lug bolts.

I will sit on the ground; straddle the wheel/tire and let my legs lift the wheel to the correct lug locations.

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BTW a great product Fred.
 

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I also have and use three of the original Lug Guides. They do work great and are top quality. I won't put a wheel back on without them!
 

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I too have and use these lug guides every I take a wheel on or off on my Z06. No need on my much narrower 17" wheels on my daily driver.
 

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Photos of Reverse Logic M12x1.5F-200 lug guide tool

Here are a couple of photos of the 200mm long lug guide tools on a C7 track car under construction. The M12x1.5 studs shown in the photo are longer than the standard factory studs.

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Customers who purchased a set of the Reverse Logic 117mm lug guide tools prior to 1-Mar-2016 (when I introduced the 200mm long tools) will qualify for a 50% discount on one set of three of the new tools. Send me an e-mail message indicating that you want to take advantage of this offer and I will send you a PayPal invoice for $30 for a set of three tools.
 

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Fred , Andrew Shields here. You sold me complete 100" race ramp set up for my Z06
Looking for just set of trailer ramps.
I do have the flap. Please make up invoice send to me. With your 10% and free shipping Thanks bud!! You're the best!
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Andrew
 

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The RLL-99-3 ramps you purchased a year ago can be adapted for use as trailer ramps by substituting the service ramp platforms for trailer ramp extensions with a flap cut-out. Using this approach is less than half the cost of purchasing a set of RR-TR-9-FLP ramps which are about the equivalent of the RLL-99-3 with the trailer ramp extensions. The RLL-99 ramps have the added advantage of a 3.5 degree initial incline compared to a 5.5 degree incline for the RR-TR-9-FLP ramps.

I have the trailer ramp extensions in stock. If you add a pair of wheel chocks to your order, your purchase will qualify for the current $20 cash back factory rebate.


Fred , Andrew Shields here. You sold me complete 100" race ramp set up for my Z06
Looking for just set of trailer ramps.
I do have the flap. Please make up invoice send to me. With your 10% and free shipping Thanks bud!! You're the best!
Regards
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Just to be clear, I am not advocating using the service ramp platforms or incline sections to support a trailer door and flap. Doing so will almost certainly crease the top surface of the platform and/or inclines. The optional Trailer Ramp Extension with flap cut-out is reinforced where the trailer door and flap rest on the ramps.

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Yea. I just used my front portions.. Thanks for that heads up!!
Be well
A
 
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