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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-16-2006 07:43 PM
Jared88 Do you just hammer them onto the bolt/nut?
01-12-2006 12:55 AM
chrisn i have a set made by craftsman. they work good. i wish they made deeper versions. saved me $50 by getting the bleeder screw out (new caliper was $50).
01-11-2006 11:30 AM
j o means i will buying me a set thanks
01-11-2006 09:55 AM
1931 steve I have a set from Matco tools and they work awesome!

01-11-2006 09:39 AM
j o

did they work?
01-07-2006 09:14 PM

How do they work?
12-15-2005 08:20 PM

I came across this at Home Depot today and had to buy it. It's a set of sockets for
rounded off, painted over or rusted or damaged bolts and nuts. The inside looks like a reversed EZ-out. They're claimed to be strong enough to use with an impact wrench. It's made by the company that makes Vise-grips. I'm going to go out and find a screwed up bolt or nut on one of my junkers tomorrow and try them out.

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