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Old 08-27-2018, 03:44 AM   #1
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The speed handle wrench that came with the trailer has come apart. Are these wrenches available? For Solaris 2363. 3/4 inch lugs.
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Old 08-27-2018, 06:57 AM   #2
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The speed handle wrench that came with the trailer has come apart. Are these wrenches available? For Solaris 2363. 3/4 inch lugs.
Is this the wrench you're talking about?

It's a Camco 57874 Scissor Jack Crank Handle.
$10.27 on Amazon or Walmart
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I heard there was an option for a jack and tire wrench available from Sunline, but it was pretty rare. I don't even know what it looks like. You can buy a T-handle tire wrench or something similar at Wal-mart, Tractor Supply, etc. However, I believe the Sunline lug nuts are all 13/16".

The handle that Hutch linked should work for your scissor jacks under the trailer, used for stabilizing.
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The speed handle wrench that came with the trailer has come apart. Are these wrenches available? For Solaris 2363. 3/4 inch lugs.
H'mm you mentioned stabilizer jacks and then lugs. We may be misunderstanding the item you mention.

If you are talking what the stabilizer uses, the 3/4" hex socket then what PTHutch posted will work or any type of socket wrench. I myself use an extra spinner handle from a old socket set with a flex universal joint and a 3/4 socket. Yes, elaborate I'm sure but it works well with the flex joint and I had all the extra tools around and did not have to buy anything. I really did not like the original rigid socket spinner that came with the camper.

Some folks have converted to a 3/4" socket for a cordless drill. They get one of these from various sources and put it in the drill chuck sort of creating power assist jack motor. https://www.amazon.com/Camco-Levelin...70_&dpSrc=srch

Sunline Fan mentioned 13/16" as for lugs. If the lugs you were talking where on the tire rims (wheels) then yes they are 13/16" and not 3/4".

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Old 08-31-2018, 06:05 AM   #5
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Is this the wrench you're talking about?

It's a Camco 57874 Scissor Jack Crank Handle.
$10.27 on Amazon or Walmart
Thank you. I ordered it
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Honestly I got one with my new jacks but I use my impact driver or cordless drill for jacking. And from what I hear as others are setting up I'm not alone!
The 1/4 inch cordless impact (19.2 volt Craftsman) did the job ok but I blew the wad and bought a 1/2 drive impact since I will use it when working on my Jeep.
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I used a portable drill and socket for a long time with mine. Worked great.
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