Found AutoZone, Bought Cheap Tool WAS 016 Hex Plug...
moon at velaru.net
Tue May 10 09:14:09 EDT 2005
Aren't they sold as lifetime guarantee So you could turn them in for
new ones ?>
On May 10, 2005, at 12:24 AM, brandon&trenna adams wrote:
> They break with around 100 lb. feet of twist. But $8.00. Plus, when
> break, they still have enough left (sometimes) to file flat and reuse.
> bad thing is that you can file them:( Not high quality.
>> [Original Message]
>> From: <akowalsk at comcast.net (Alex Kowalski)>
>> To: <quattro at audifans.com>
>> Cc: <Eric_R_Kissell at whirlpool.com>
>> Date: 05/09/2005 10:25:36 PM
>> Subject: Found AutoZone, Bought Cheap Tool WAS 016 Hex Plug...
>> Well, I found the 17mm hex socket at AutoZone, as suggested by Eric
> Kissell. $8 for a set of three: 12, 14 and 17mm, 1/2" drive. They
> made in Taiwan, the brand is "OEM Industrial: Tools for the
> and are essentially big, chopped down hex wrenches with a socket
> around them, about 2.5" overall length. Not as nice as the Snap-On
> sure*, or the FACOM either I presume. Fingers crossed, I'll let
> know if it works. I already feel a little guilty about not springing
> the Snap-On, so I hope things don't go downhill from here.
>> Alex Kowalski
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