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My box arrived today

Thanks for your opinion on these, I think they are well worth the $



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Hi Bob

Nice set....I was holding to see what they look like on your bench b/4 I got them on order they do it to play with the pictures ( plastic cheese thing ) and hear your feed back.

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Those look handy, Bob.

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Thanks, got tired of throwing the nut, bolt or whatever in my pocket and heading to the borg to figure out sizes. Now I can do most of it right in my own shop.
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Hi Bob

A Bolt or Nut in the pocket is always the best way if you are going after some funny metric stuff,,not always the same pitch..funny stuff to deal with.. but the set gives you a head start .. unlike the Imperial SAE standard, course or fine threads no guess work.. we will not get into the 2A OR 3A fit..both will work on the same size...



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I just use a tap and die set to find the sizes.

EGO postulo , EGO venalicium , EGO incidere.
I measured, I marked, I cut.
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