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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Askari View Post
A stilson is often called a pipe wrench and is not to be used on your pride and joy. It is about as far removed from a well fitting spanner as you can get!
At the end of the day the most important thing is fit. So if you only have an A/F spanner and it fits well, then use it.
WOT! Are you knocking my tool kit? 18" Stilson, 6" Stilson 2lb ball pein hammer and cold chisel. Move anything!!
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Originally Posted by Crackon View Post
WOT! Are you knocking my tool kit? 18" Stilson, 6" Stilson 2lb ball pein hammer and cold chisel. Move anything!!
Add a 4lb lump hammer & an old fork stanchion (for leverage) and you can call it complete.

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