Lug Ripper

Rules 4 R Tools


Do not use on steel cased hardened security nuts, locks or lug bolts.

This tool is for factory or aftermarket lug nuts only.

The lug ripper drill bit is made out of tungsten steel with carbide welded on cutting tips.

With over two years of research, this drill bit has been tested and proven to be first-rate.

The drill bit was designed to cut holes through solid steel at a slow rate of 600-700 rpms.

Water and powdered coolant mixture are the preferred constant lubrication.

Do not use oils or any other lubricants, as they will overheat the milling bit.

A 1/2” air drill with a locking chuck that turns 600-700 rpms is the recommended device. (NO BATTERY DRILLS)

Step 1– Attach guide to an already removed lug nut, slide on the clamp and tighten it slightly.

Step 2– Insert drill bit into the guide and spin it both directions to see if any restrictions or it the bit binds inside the guide. If any binding or restriction is noticed or felt, we have provided you with a “Shim”. Tape the shim long way to the outside of the lug nut, then install the guide over the shimmed lug nut or inside the guide. This will open the guide 1.2 mm wider so that the drill bit will not bind inside the guide. Shim video available on the Website and YouTube.

With your hand, insert the drill bit into the guide and spin it. Move it up and down while spinning it. If the drill bit catches one of the grooves cut in the guide you must be very careful during drilling to make sure that you are drilling level. This catching will cause the teeth to break off and is not a warranty issue.

Step 3– Make sure that a constant flow of water/coolant is provided.

Step 4– Use medium to hard pressure during cutting.

Step 5– Make sure to keep the drill at a level and straight angle during cutting process.

Teeth may contact the inside wall of the guide and break off if not.

Step 6– Make sure to clean and oil all tools prior to storage.

If used properly, the drill bit will be able to drill out lug nuts multiple times.

We highly recommend that you watch our entire video collection prior to use; there is different information in each video that may be helpful to your type of lug nut problem.

Thank you.