but no. No air tools. When the car is new (and mine has 300 miles) the parts are still at their original torque values and haven't seized yet. The spring compressors only needed to be turned in about 30 cranks to get the load off the top strut bearing. Since the Eibachs are so much shorter than the stock springs, the rest in place with plenty of room for the cap to be threaded.
The rim is the outer edge of a wheel, holding the tire. It makes up the outer circular design of the wheel on which the inside edge of the tire is mounted on vehicles such as automobiles. For example, on a bicycle wheel the rim is a large hoop attached to the outer ends of the spokes of the wheel that holds the tire and tube.
Sorry. That slang term for WHEELS has always driven me up a wall.