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Online Greybeard

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Special spanner
« on: 17.10. 2019 16:27 »
Does this look like a useful spanner for tappets?

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Re: Special spanner
« Reply #1 on: 17.10. 2019 18:41 »
Does the lady in the house know you usually put oily garage tools on her most cherished tablecloth & in the valuable ceramics coming from her 15th century ancestors ?  :O)

btw, 'king dick', lol

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Re: Special spanner
« Reply #2 on: 17.10. 2019 18:42 »
 How many perfectly good wrenches have you heated up, bent in a vice, than ground 90% of the meat off to make them work?

 If it does anything at all its useful.

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Re: Special spanner
« Reply #3 on: 17.10. 2019 19:54 »
btw, 'king dick', lol

King Dick used to be made three miles away from where I grew up.
They were considered to be very good tools.
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Re: Special spanner
« Reply #4 on: 17.10. 2019 20:55 »