Well, I installed my new wheels a week ago by myself.
Anyways, driving home today on the highway going 80, I start to notice a faint hum coming from the right side of the car. It was more distinct than wheel noise, so I knew that something was wrong. About 5 miles down the way (still on the highway) the hum turns into a grumble, which is then accompanied by squeaking.
I pull over onto the shoulder of the highway and notice that I'm missing two lugs, one on the front passenger side wheel, and one on the rear passenger wheel.
I don't have anything with me to tighten the rest of them because the factory lug nut wrench won't fit into the holes on my wheels, and the impact wrench I have is about 10 miles away at home.
Anyways to make a long story short, I get home, and both wheels are on the verge of falling off, the car is making all types of noises on the passenger side of the car when it moves. Go out and buy two lugs to replace the ones that fell off and most likely struck someone's car, and buy a torque wrench to torque all of my lugs down. The wrench came with an adapter to fit a 3/8 ratchet because that's the only type of socket that I have that will fit my lugs.
I have one more wheel to tighten, and the damn adapter snaps off inside of the socket. Quality Autozone product for ya. It snapped off at like 80 pounds (I know that they are supposed to be torqued at like 70 something, but they should be able to handle it) and it's a 140 lb torque wrench.
Oh well, I guess I'll have to drive my mom's RSX until Friday when I can get a new adapter.