So I gotta go give a stealership some $. I had a flat tire yesterday and put on the spare. No prob's I think. Get it home and tire replaced and can't get a lug nut off the spare that's now on. WTF? It turns about 1/4" out and ceases as if it's stripped (I don't believe it is...). Okay, a little oil a little heat and NOTHING. Eventually turn it past the point of no return and now it's not going anywhere in OR out. Hate this, but pull out my impact wrench: doesn't BUDGE. WTF? More impact wrench. Not a degree of turn. How many times have all of us changed tires? 100s easy. Never seen something like this. I can't even think of how to duplicate this problem. There's no way I could have stripped a lug nut and not noticed, or even been able to get it that far on! When it WAS turning off it wasn't off center or anything? Think a piece of metal or even a rock got lodged in there when I put the spare on and now it's inbetween the threads or something? I can't figure out what the !@#$ could keep this thing on like this! To make things worse this was in a dirt parking lot and the bottle jacked slipped under the axle and beat up the rear brake line. F! Just to add insult to my lug nut injury: the Michelin split inside the tread, can't fix. Are the Michelin's supposed to be that bad or rot that easy? No doubt I'll need a new stud pressed. More $ when I really don't have it these next few months.