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Discussion in 'Equipment' started by hilslamer, Sep 2, 2007.
Shit.....I'm camera shy. How about I cross my heart hope to die , I'll carry vice grips
I just used my locking pliers today.
Kinsman gets the prize. In the US it's actually vise grips.
If you're buying new... seriously consider ponying up for Grip-Ons instead of the Irwin off-shore Vise-Grips.
Nice, but if you're going for it, why not go all the way:
On sale for $124...
Those are only on-shore if you live in Spain, follow the links! I do like the epoxy and the color though!
Also available from Snap-On in a different color and only a couple of bucks more but yes, as you say, Made in Spain, (not that there's anything wrong with that) and certainly preferable to the Asian alternative Irwin is using.
A Snap On tool for $27? That's insane - I may have to buy three!
First we got a woman only topic
Then looking good while camping
Now we got accent color tools
Sounds like your manhood is being threatened.
Regarding the Wera extension bar with the "wobble function".
Once you have fitted the socket, you can push down on it and lock it tighter to the bar. This removes the ability for it to wobble.
Yes, good point- I forgot to mention that.
BTW, when I first used it I didn't think it would be much of "useful feature". But as it turns out it's perfect for removing the valve cover bolts on my 690 - one bolt is located in a spot that requires an extension but also a universal (which doesn't fit). So the wobble extension works perfectly.
Well, he is only 9mm, after all...
I think no manly-man's murdersickle toolkit is complete without a nice Hi Point .45 in pink camo...
Perfect for when you're caught out in the wilderness of a Victoria's Secret.
I used cables like that for years to keep sticks and weeds from jamming into the rear brake pedal and shift lever.
I attached the cables to the frame instead of the skid plate.
They should come gold plated at that price.
Mine just arrived, first rate all around
I ordered 2 more pair one for each bike's kit
Motion Pro sells similar extension with a spark plug socket.
I use a 3in wobble extension. One has to keep in mind though and be aware that what enables the extension to wobble is that where the socket slots onto is tapered, this will have it lose some strength in theory to a normal extension. Just an FYI for any of those that aren't familiar with wobble extensions.
I found a very nice folding T handle driver for 3/8, 1/4 and 1/2 sockets. Unfortunately its a bit large for my toolkit (250mm length)
Is there anything similar but smaller on the market?? Something between this and a Tusk Folding Mini T-Handle in size and functionality?
How many times do you need a 1/2" drive for your on bike tool kit? Use a 6" 3/8" drive sliding T handle matched with a 6" 3/8 drive wobbly extension. If you don't want to buy a handful of 3/8" sockets because you already own 1/4" versions throw in a 3/8" to 1/4" drive adaptor. Ratcheting palm drive is optional. You're done.
If you ride a Japanese bike you may be fine using only 1/4" drive. That's what I keep on my DR650.