Something like this should do the job. Dig around on eBay as there are plenty of options - some with one end nylon and the other copper or brass. I don't think there is anything too subtle about picking one over another - just get one of roughly the size you want. It's a hammer after all! They're quite useful items when tapping stubborn bits of metal stuck together that you don't want to damage, so definitely worth getting one rather than faffing with blocks of wood or drifts.warrenpfo said:I don’t have a copper mallet and have decided that one is needed. Can anyone recommend a good all-round hammer for the job.
ChasCossack said:so not wanting to use them again I am now in need of six wheel nuts for steel rims, four to replace the locks and two to replace the couple that seized, any kind person got any spare I still have a few beer tokens left over from last months pension
I realised that, Warren Just pointing out that that's what you'd set yourself up to do! You need to jack up one front wheel too to try that.warrenpfo said:Andrew
I did not try drive off the jack i just turned the wheel with my hand.