[Healeys] Knock off hammer - aftermarket
dkgraber85 at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 13 07:17:25 MDT 2017
I'm surprised people are still hitting things with hammers that close to wings and spokes. I've always used the Moss wrench and fabbed an extension for stubborn KO's and it has always worked. The wrench stows invisible behind the spare. What am I missing other than the vintage "feel" and process?
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> On Aug 12, 2017, at 11:06 PM, ROBERT A WESTCOTT <55healey at comcast.net> wrote:
> I agree Fred,
> The 3 pound dead blow hammer at HF is perfect. I have been using it for many years. It does not damage the knock off.
> I save my original Thor hammer for shows.
>> On Aug 12, 2017, at 6:50 PM, Fred Wescoe <fredwescoe at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I used a rubber mallet a couple of times and it left rubber deposits on the knockoff.
>> I switched to a 3 lb dead blow hammer with a plastic face. No marking and no bounce back. Works very well. I am very pleased with it.
>> 66 BJ 8
>> 63 BJ 7 deceased
>> On Aug 12, 2017 8:49 PM, "Chris Dimmock" <austin.healey at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Why don't you go and buy an original concours correct Thor hammer?
>> Thor are now remaking the original copper - copper Hammers - the "classic" range - with the correct head markings.
>> The originals in Healeys were size ones, and either have the patent number or not depending on year, as per the 2017 Concours guidelines. But I use a heavier size two for spinner whacking, and have an unused size 1 for display purposes.
>> See https://www.thorhammer.com/hammers/classic.html
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