I have a Craftsman deep 13/16" socket and a 2" extension that seldom get separated. It's a six-point socket, which makes a difference.
The second thing I did when I got each of my cars was to replace the Ford lug nuts with McGard items. Seems to me the Ford ones have a soft cover that distorts and could cause the jamming. No such trouble with the McGards.
When I red-Plasti-dipped the fender liners on the black car I also sprayed three coats on the outside of the socket. That seems to offer a bit of protection for the wheels when I get to flailing around with a torque wrench. Makes the socket easier to find in the tool bag, as well.
It's well to remember the torque specs are for clean, dry (not lubricated) fasteners and seats; if they are dirty the readings are not reliable; if lubed, reliably low. That is to say, if you torque your lug nuts to 100 ft-lbs on lubed threads or seats, the actual stretching forces will be greater than the design specs for the fasteners. Somewhere there is a chart that shows what lubed readings correspond to dry readings, but I have lost the location.
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