BRILLIANT TOOL... for anyone working with metal

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    BRILLIANT TOOL... for anyone working with metal

    Found this by Accident... for anyone that does their own work... very useful..

    I'm going to get a couple for sure... both for home & work...

    https://www.papabearhome.com/collect...18494823268409

    Wasn't sure what Category this should fall under... it should be a Sticky somewhere??

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    Dave Cod The Black Supra Man TONS of used 84/83 parts F/S

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    I also saw that advertised on Youtube and thought it was brilliant. Another must have tool yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToyodaSup View Post
    I also saw that advertised on Youtube and thought it was brilliant. Another must have tool yeah!
    Simply BRILLIANT & Brilliantly SIMPLE !!!

    My kind of tool/engineering...

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    Dave Cod The Black Supra Man TONS of used 84/83 parts F/S

    Dk Blue 84 P-type Virginia car converted to Stick,1 Stock Two tone '85 P-type also US origin), 1 to be Turbo'd at some point!!! Have a 53 ft Trailer that I've converted to a 6000 cu ft 84/85 Supra parts Warehouse....Lots of Parts F/S

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    Pretty cool idea. And what's that one little picture? So it works as a bottle opener too? I seem to recall we had a tool of the week thread once upon a time. Maybe should resurrect that?
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    2 Thumbs Up for that Phil !!

    Quote Originally Posted by pdupler View Post
    Pretty cool idea. And what's that one little picture? So it works as a bottle opener too? I seem to recall we had a tool of the week thread once upon a time. Maybe should resurrect that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdupler View Post
    " And what's that one little picture?
    When I originally bookmarked the link for myself... there would be a Demonstration Video in the link but it doesn't seem to be happening on the CS site...

    Don't have time ATM... but I'll see if I can find the demo link & post it...

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    Dave Cod The Black Supra Man TONS of used 84/83 parts F/S

    Dk Blue 84 P-type Virginia car converted to Stick,1 Stock Two tone '85 P-type also US origin), 1 to be Turbo'd at some point!!! Have a 53 ft Trailer that I've converted to a 6000 cu ft 84/85 Supra parts Warehouse....Lots of Parts F/S

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    "Are you often face this embarrassing situation? When you try to screw the nut find the bolt has much burr. Usually you will take arduous hammer to hit it to be tapered edge."

    Some great engrish there.

    I usually just solve this problem with a flap wheel grinder and a tiny triangle file to clean up the threads.
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    Apparently it's made by different Manufacturers... including Uniburr in the US

    Here's the Video

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWy5OWMdbiU


    Cheers,
    Dave Cod The Black Supra Man TONS of used 84/83 parts F/S

    Dk Blue 84 P-type Virginia car converted to Stick,1 Stock Two tone '85 P-type also US origin), 1 to be Turbo'd at some point!!! Have a 53 ft Trailer that I've converted to a 6000 cu ft 84/85 Supra parts Warehouse....Lots of Parts F/S

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