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Old 05-28-2009, 08:35 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I picked up a nice little set of 10 ball headed at canadian tire, also picked up 8oz of "air tool oil" for 3 loonies! score.
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if you want true quality hex wrenches you need to look into the R/C industry. i'm talking about small sizes only though... like 3/32" and smaller. screws that use those sizes are easily stripped when you use a wrench from a set from Lowes, Bondhus, or whoever...

the ones used in the R/C industry are precision ground from tool steel and fit the screw heads much better and if your looking for wrenches in sizes 3/32" and less you need to look into them. they work wonderful and i won't work on something without them.
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if you want true quality hex wrenches you need to look into the R/C industry. i'm talking about small sizes only though... like 3/32" and smaller. screws that use those sizes are easily stripped when you use a wrench from a set from Lowes, Bondhus, or whoever...

the ones used in the R/C industry are precision ground from tool steel and fit the screw heads much better and if your looking for wrenches in sizes 3/32" and less you need to look into them. they work wonderful and i won't work on something without them.
Naw, that's just overkill. Eklind and Bondhus are both good quality brands I use, you'll only strip a screw head if you have monkey arms and ostrich brains.
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Naw, that's just overkill. Eklind and Bondhus are both good quality brands I use, you'll only strip a screw head if you have monkey arms and ostrich brains.
those brands aren't bad when it comes to using the larger sizes but they suck when it comes to smaller sizes. i've used them all. there is no comparison between those brands and the brands used in the R/C industry. the brands in the R/C industry are far, far, far superior when working with smaller sizes.
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