Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by Focker, Mar 2, 2019.
I could have used this a few times.
I just saw that somewhere too. Pretty cool. Not a precision device but maybe handy to have around.
I have one.
Works okay. Not exceptional, but okay. If you notice at 2:07 the guy is applying his full body weight to get results...
Look on Ebay to find much better prices than the "but wait, there's more!" promoters.
Wait a second! The final parting shot, they were sitting outside a brew house that is 15 minutes from here! I looked them up and the company is right down the road from the brewery. Small world!
I got one, but haven't used it yet. Time will tell if I remember I have it...
That idea may have been hatched right there in the brewery.
How about this one?
I have a uniburr and like stated, it is okay. The idea is there, just needs more refining.
I would love to know how well this works.
They didn’t used to live in your house did they?
Funny you asked.......a Buddy that builds race motors for a living just mentioned to me that he had one.......and said Uhhhh! Don't waste your time!
I have a nut splitter like that. I used it a few times as a total last resort. Limited in where it can be used but it did work.
I'm sure the quality of the hardware you're trying to break has a lot to do with how well these things work, too.
I have one of those and it Craftsman...
But I never remember I have it when I need it...
I have never found a nut i couldn't crack with a torch.
I have that one still in the box. Don’t think it’s ever been used.
Being the jack that I am..... & Master of None, do you know the usually corroded nuts that hold a toilet to the shoe? This works great on those ! ( I found out cuz the last time , I dragged my Cutting torch into our bathroom & the misses almost shot me ! LoL)
Last time I busted a nut...I didn’t use one of those....
I have one, and it’s a piece of crap, mushed into the nut some and popped off .
I heard from someone awhile ago that they don't work all that great.
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