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Old 06-06-2003, 10:23 AM
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[quote]Originally posted by akm:
<strong>there is a type of impact screw driver(or something like that) that you hit with a hammer and it turns slightly to break bolts loose. does anyone know what i'm talking about?</strong><hr></blockquote>

You bet. I bought one a few years back to loosen the stripped crankcase bolts on my Suzuki. It only cost about $15 and saved me tons on agravation.
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really.. whats it called?.. and where do you think i can get one at?..
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guess what guys?.. i got the bolts off one side.. they only needed a breaker bar to them!
but now tomorrow if its a nice day.. ill try to get the other ones off with the breaker bar.. thers alot of that under coating.. (i dont like it) lol thanks guys ..

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Nos, the tool is called a hand impact friver, every Bike mechanic knows what they arem They are primarily used for phillips type case screws but have a 3/8" or 1/2" (depending on the mfg.) drive that you can put a socket on. They sell them at about every tool outlet concievable, from Harbor Freight to Sears.
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