In need of sock puppet
My Kurbmaster sits on a deuce and half International Harvester chassis. For wheels it rides on old school 17x7.5 Budd wheels, with dualies in the rear. The lugz? A 1.5" socket, and 500 ft/lbs of torque! Simply inspecting the brakes requires removing all 6 wheels, pulling the drums and wheel bearings, and for the rear, removing the floating axles. Lots of torque, lots of bolts, lots of time.
The Ingersoll Rand 1" pneumatic impact driver in the photo can generate over 1,000 ft/lbs of torque. Plenty for my needs. I'm sure the neighbors love the way the driver freaks out their pack of yelping daschunds.
For size reference there's a series of socket sets in 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, and 3/4". The lug socket is about the same diameter as the Deschutes Black Butte I just polished off, to celebrate completion of the brake inspection and rotating the tires.