2 EARED SPINNER SPANNER for WIRE WHEELS, 52mm VERSION WHICH FITS ALVIS, MOST JAGUARS, SOME PRE WAR CARS & SOME CARS WITH DUNLOP DISC WHEELS.
Note - hub sizes link here,
If you can't find the sizes there, use the fitment guide here
Please tell us what vehicle its for and the shape of the spinner in the case of Pe War cars, (some are very 'square' in shape, not pointy edged like a Jaguar) so we can tailor our product for known fitment problems -
3 eared version coming shortly, its already been Copyrighted by ourselves in 2009 from an earlier design.
check stock level on top right of this page.
The one in the photo is the production version sitting on the laminated instructions, June 2017.
here is what Andy Evans said about his 42mm type:
Received and tested- great piece of kit!
P.S. I will spread the word....
Andy Evans MGB --- Feb 2014
It has tough, hard wearing nylon shaped replaceable cones / bobbins that lock it into the ears, this won't damage the ears, the plate is chemiblacked so it should look good even in a few years time.
Comes with laminated instruction sheet wrapped around the product.
This tool uses a 1/2" drive 27mm socket, a 24" or 30" breaker bar to undo them & a torque wrench to do them up, we have now tested this several times & now have an accurate torque figure that doesn't damage the wheels, Knock-on nuts or hubs.
Suffice to say, it's not nearly as much as everyone thinks if the wheel & nut tapers are lightly greased, as per the Rudge Whitworth instructions.
The latest Heavy Duty type available now retails at £60 inc vat, £68 inc packing & postage in the mainland UK, (please enquire for postage or courier rates other than UK mainland),which I'm sure you will agree still compares well with the Wooden Spinner savers which fall to bits at about £26.50 + vat each or £31.80 including vat - we have sold 2 of this type & 50 of the smaller 42mm with 2 failures which is why we only sell the HD unit.
As of the May 2015 we test every one to 350 lbs ft, we suggest that you use them to 250 lbs ft only, BTW the studding now breaks at about 500 lbs ft.
We Copyrighted this part in 2011