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    Tool I saw today I desperately need.

    So I took my sonís plow up to a friends shop to heat up some nuts to try to break them loose. So I could finish taking it apart and sand blast it before painting.

    Nut size is 15/16. So the wrench Iím using is pretty long. But even with hear couldnít get them to break loose.

    So he pulls out this.



    And actual cheater bar. I need one of these. No more pipe slipping off the end and me busting knuckles. Itís definitely on my need list.




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    Maxx Leverage 16 inch extension wrench Stainless Steel - - Amazon.com

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    Pretty neat cheater, I've always used another wrench, but this looks more purpose built.
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    Slick, but I also see a bloody knuckle potential with it.
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    I use a free one ALL the time,,
    I simply select a slightly larger box end wrench, slip it over the open end of the combination wrench,,

    it works to perfection,
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDSwan87 View Post
    Maxx Leverage 16 inch extension wrench Stainless Steel - - Amazon.com

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    i put that on-in my wish list on Amazon--i like it a lot. i always used another large wrench too.
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    It looks like it says "Monster" on your buddies wrench in the photo......

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    I use a free one ALL the time,,
    I simply select a slightly larger box end wrench, slip it over the open end of the combination wrench,,

    it works to perfection,
    I do that too. But just the time I really start pushing on it, it slips and I get a skinned knuckle or two.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J3 Driver View Post
    So I took my sonís plow up to a friends shop to heat up some nuts to try to break them loose. So I could finish taking it apart and sand blast it before painting.

    Nut size is 15/16. So the wrench Iím using is pretty long. But even with hear couldnít get them to break loose.

    So he pulls out this.



    And actual cheater bar. I need one of these. No more pipe slipping off the end and me busting knuckles. Itís definitely on my need list.




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    Dang, that's slick. I like it. I've always been a double wrench cheater guy to.
    But you can never enough cool tools!
    Time to find one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J3 Driver View Post
    So I took my son’s plow up to a friends shop to heat up some nuts to try to break them loose. So I could finish taking it apart and sand blast it before painting.

    Nut size is 15/16. So the wrench I’m using is pretty long. But even with hear couldn’t get them to break loose.

    So he pulls out this.



    And actual cheater bar. I need one of these. No more pipe slipping off the end and me busting knuckles. It’s definitely on my need list.




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    I’ve had the equivalent for years. Comes in very handy.

    Sincerely
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