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    What's the name of this wench?

    I need to buy a set of these wrenches for a new tap die kit I just got, but I don't know what they're called. The only one I have came with my micrometer. Any help?
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    Last edited by Nish; 09-20-2022, 06:32 PM.
    View my feedback or read about my Virginia woodsball club.

    Let me make you something. I build pneumags, auto-response frames, and wooden pill cases.

    #2
    Spanner wrench.
    I can haz feedback?
    If I owe you feedback, just remind me, as I sometimes forget.

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    • Grendel

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      Yup a spanner wrench but if looking for them on line look for "hooked" spanner wrenches. I have a set of adjustable hooked spanners from SKF that I keep on hand but I also have a bin of ones that came with various tools and in particular pneumatic regulators they seem very common in pneumatics.

    #3
    If the design calls for a spanner it is usually included in the kit.

    You best bet is to just buy the size you need or an adjustable spanner close to the diameter you need to use it on. Also when buying make sure you know the pin diameter on the tip. I have bought spanners before only to find the pin size was wrong.

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      #4
      Great info! Thanks for all the help.
      View my feedback or read about my Virginia woodsball club.

      Let me make you something. I build pneumags, auto-response frames, and wooden pill cases.

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        #5
        AAAAH!!! That's not it; bring me the hydrospanner!!!!

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        • coyote

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          She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts.

        #6
        Depending on what your doing with it there are companies that make spanner wrenches with replaceable pins, your can swap with a set screw.

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          #7
          Not gonna lie….i clicked this thread thinking there’d be a picture of a 19th century British barmaid.

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          • lew

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            Yours were not the only hopes dashed.

          • rawbutter

            rawbutter

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            Lol. I didn't even notice the typo until you called it out. Sorry to disappoint.

          #8
          I’ve never seen an actual set of these. I have one for adjusting springs on the Miata, one for my mic, like you, one I use at work for tightening down various things to the chassis dyno, etc. Everything that needs one comes with one, from my experience.

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          • rawbutter

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            That's probably true with quality tools. My micrometer isn't top of the line, but I didn't skimp either. So it came with one.

            But I didn't get a spanner with either my milling machine or my metric die set, and those were more, umm, bargain buys. So it's probably one of those "you get what you pay for" situations.

          #9
          I spent a long portion of my life as an aircraft mechanic, and for no good reason there are spots that engineers insist on using spanners instead on normal hardware. That's why no one likes engineers lol.

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            #10
            I spent a long portion of my life as an engineer, and there are a lot of places where a nice smooth, round lock nut just looks nice. And then these aircraft mechanics have the gall to complain about our aesthetic choices, like Feng shui doesn't matter on a machine. Just unbelievable.

            Pro tip - if you use your spanner wrench to tighten your micrometer like the world's smallest c-clamp, you can usually give at least three people an aneurysm.
            Feedback: https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/b...eedback-thread

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            • FullContactUSA
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              I laughed out loud, might have just had a partial aneurysm.

              I always imagined all these engineers sitting around a big conference table looking over schematics.. then one says "wait, what about the dude that has to replace this part in 2000 flight hours?".... then they all throw their heads back and laugh.

            • flyweightnate

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              Oh, yeah. We do that. Often.
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