I bought a bike last year that came with chain tugs, which is something I've never used (or even heard of) before. After doing some searching it seems that people fall into 2 general camps, they aren't needed or they're a nice optional thing to have that makes adjusting alignment/chain tension easier and/or more convenient. Which makes me feel like I must not have gotten things figured out, since using them seems anything but convenient. I think mine are "bmx style?" They have a bolt on the axle and a metal plate that goes over the track ends. The plate is held in place by a tiny nut and it's never finger loose, so you have to use a wrench to loosen and tighten a half turn at a time. So just loosening it enough so that I can slide the wheel forward enough in the dropouts to get the chain off takes forever, and then ditto when I'm putting the wheel back on. Am I missing some trick that would make this easier/faster? I've seen mention of tugs that are held in place with wingnuts so you don't need any tools, which seems like it would be a huge improvement. Is that the solution, or is there something else I'm missing that makes these easier to work with?