Quick Align Wheel Tool
The Quick Align Wheel Tool assists in lining up the vehicles wheel bolt holes quickly and effortlessly every time. Simply screw the tool into one of the bolt holes in the wheel hub and slide the wheel over it. Helps prevent personal injury when fitting large and heavy wheels and also helps prevent damage to the wheel face.
Each Quick Align Wheel Tool set contains 2 tools and are available in 4 different thread sizes: M12 x 1.5, M12 x1.25, M14 x 1.5 and M14 x 1.25. If you are not sure which tool will fit your vehicle see our Specification section for a rough guide to vehicle manufacturers thread sizes.
- Makes fitting a spare wheel quick and easy, at anytime - day or night
- Helps prevent personal injury when fitting large and heavy wheels
- Helps prevent damage to the wheel face
- Helps eliminate cross threading of bolts
- Assists lining up of spacers and wheels
- Manufactured from high tensile steel
- Handy size glove storage case
The below vehicle fitment list is a guide. Some information may differ as vehicle manufacturers have use different wheel bolt thread sizes on their vehicles.
The wheel fixing thread size can normally be found in the vehicle manufacturer's handbook, otherwise this is available via your main dealer.
Quick Align Tool - M12 x 1.5 thread will fit the below vehicles:
- BMW (Most) >2011
- Ford (Metric thread)
- Mercedes Benz
- Rover (Metric thread)
- Vauxhall (Metric thread)
- Volkswagen (most)
Quick Align Tool - M12 x 1.25 thread will fit the below vehicles:
- Alfa Romeo
Quick Align Tool - M14 x 1.5 thread will fit the below vehicles:
- Mercedes Benz
Quick Align Tool - M14 x 1.25 thread will fit the below vehicles:
- BMW models 2012>
- Mini 2007>
- Remove wheel from the vehicle. To do this safely please consult Vehicle Manufacturer's Handbook or consult a qualified mechanic.
- With the wheel removed screw tool into the top wheel bolt hole.
- Carefully lift the wheel onto the tool and slide it up to the wheel hub.
- Adjust the wheel to align with other bolt fixing holes.
- Install second tool into another of the bolt holes (opposite the first tool).
- Insert and screw up the wheel bolts into the remaining holes. Make sure they are screwed up tight enough to hold the wheel of the vehicle.
- Remove the wheel align tools and replace them with the remaining wheel bolts.
- Secure wheel to the vehicle. Always us manufacturer's torque reference when replacing wheel bolts.