A pin with a bent tip, or - if the broken prong has a sharp edge that can be caught - a jeweler's flatblade screwdriver. That's unfortunate.bigjames21 said:Hey,
Yesterday I was going to install these and as I was taking out one of my old tail lights, one of the prongs broke and a part of it is stuck in the car so I cant put the new tail lights in. Did anyone have this problem/do you know what I can do to get it out? Thanks
I was being facetious. While they would look nice, they really aren't my style.rafa said:I've had those wheels (style 7) sitting in my garage for a few weeks now and will install in the next couple of weeks.
Going to 22s huh? I tried some for a few days and the ride was awful, maybe the streets in TX are better, but here in Portland I hated it.
I also noted immediately that unless you have it on sport mode the thing it's sluggish as heck, so fuel economy went out the window as if wasn't bad enough already
Drove in some gravel roads and that killed it for me, because of the wider tires that thing skidded all over the place to the point of imminent danger. Figured I can't put something on this rig that makes it's very purpose null.
Anyway, don't get rid of your OEMs yet.
P.S. The truck did look cool though with 285/35/22s but I wish I had 285/40 so it would fill the wheel well better.