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Discussion in 'Equipment' started by hilslamer, Sep 2, 2007.
I think you meant this one: https://dirtmountainbike.com/bike-r...rs-the-most-pointless-use-of-carbon-ever.html
The review is neatly summed up in the link.
I was close but got interrupted by my daughter planning her party.
I'm sure she was disciplined severely.
Buy her some wrenches, to teach her a lesson.
Thanks to both of you, I have the mini-wrench set, and a thin wrench set on the way. I'll be sending a few friends to Frank if the wrenches are as nice as they look.
I guess I am the only one who reads www.frankstools.com as a pretty unfortunate URL in the scatological sense.
That's a crappy thing to say.
Anyone suggest any good brands not made in China?
Man I love this joint. I’m ass end of the world and you’ve directed me to what I wanted.
Called local reseller and he has them in stock
My buy anything but Chinese mission has just started.
Brown & Sharpe is another fine choice. I have old Mitutoyo and old Brown & Sharpe and they’re both excellent.
This thread is a bad influence.
More flexibility in less space. Before on top, after on bottom
Now you need to include link to where you bought new set up!
Couldnt get the spare of a 4x4 I just bought, as one of the nuts had badly corroded onto the carrier.
No problem now with a 30" shifter bar.
Compiled it from a few places.
Ratchet and Extension: PrestaCycle Pro T-Handle (from earlier in thread)
Bit Handle: Wera 813
Bits and Bit Holders were bought individually from mcmaster.com to match the stuff I was replacing.
The Wera handle is really tiny, so I'm now looking at maybe getting a Wera 816R instead
Looks like the 816R is about the same size as the 813 which I also have. This one looks like the ticket:
Wera tools are the shit, I have 2 sets of drivers and gave a set to a mate as a gift, high quality.