Another nice ratchet screwdriver is the big Facom AMM mammouth with interchangeable bits, its the only thing that will get those gurt philips screws out landrover door hinges without chewing them up. Not sure they are still made but they do come up on the bay of thieves.
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And the other bits for screws worth a mention are the snapon ones that come in the impact screwdriver set, they seem indestructible.
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I'll save you the money - the 1/4" is just as useless. Utter gimmick.
I can see how it might be useful for throttle bodies etc, but I've done without and likely lack of reach, you have to get the nut/bolt going in the first place, which a twist grip is unlikely to do.I'll save you the money - the 1/4" is just as useless. Utter gimmick.
I'll give you that they are nicely made too.It's not a gimmick, it's searching for a use... still
You always used to see those for sale in the adverts at the back of bike magsThe rotator ratchet, reminded me of this. The ,sidewinder. Bought when I was still at school, from an ad, in the back of a magazine, in the days you sent a postal order.
Thought that would handy. Cannot remember ever using it. 32 tooth count. No name or anything stamped on it.
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Don't see much King Tony around these days.apart from the 3/4 Dr, King Tony.
Lots of King Tony over here, Japanese ?Don't see much King Tony around these days.
I've got a KT 3/4" master bar and a couple of beefy KT sockets that I needed for bearing nuts. The nuts were on so tight they'd already snapped a good other socket, but the KT stuff just sneered at them and got them done.
Been trying to buy more KT stuff since, but the business I bought them from disappeared and you never know what will arrive mail order.