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  • #31
    "Spuds & Sleevers"

    Originally posted by Sonora Iron View Post
    Thank you very much for your informative narrative.
    Sonora: They probably don't know what a "bull pin" is, or know that Crescent makes adjustable "spud" wrenches, or the difference between a soft nut and hard nut "big bolt" spud wrench. Oh well.

    Last edited by davedarragh; 07-13-2009, 12:39 PM.


    • #32
      Dave these guys have me panic stricken now! Until I read On fire’s post I thought the most dangerous part of my schedule was the adventures on SO Cal freeways!


      • #33
        Sonora: True. Forget what I said about your spud wrench, just stop driving, youd definitely be safer! The 15 and 91 are death traps, I swear.

        Dave: I own a crescent spud, and ive seen it stand straight up in a co workers arm when someone wasnt paying attention and knocked it off a scissor lift.

        Im just throwing my .02 at the comment. They can be quite nasty, as well as handy.


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