dixie4.wales at virgin.net
Tue Apr 21 02:29:57 MDT 2015
Snap-On do the halfmoon type. I have a set of combination A/F sized which
I have rarely used in the last 40 years.
Adrian 1966 TR4A CT64306 O
On 21 April 2015 at 03:15, Chris Simo <ccsimonsen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On my triumphs,no . But my tool box has several modified tools with
> special purpose. One is for removing the air filter from my TR2 -
> shortened wrench as there is no other way I have found.
> My great uncle - who's cars and tool box I inherited had several mystery
> tools - bent, ground, shortend... And over the years I've found a use for
> each of them. I feel very connected to him while working on the car and
> with his special tools.
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 11:16 AM, dave n <dave at ranteer.com> wrote:
>> has anyone had a situation where one of these S or half-moon wrenches
>> were a must have?
>> -----Original Message----- From: Randall
>> Sent: Monday, April 20, 2015 9:41 AM
>> Cc: 'triumph list'
>> Subject: Re: [TR] TR3 Fuel Pump
>> Once upon a time, long, long ago, in a galaxy much like our
>>> own, there was once an item known as a "c" wrench, which was
>>> a combination wrench in the shape of a "c," which would wrap
>>> around bulges like water pumps and fuel pumps and allow a
>>> mechanic to remove nuts obstructed by the item they held in
>>> place. I wonder whatever happened to them?
>> I don't recall seeing them in combination form, but the box end form
>> seems to be alive and well. Eg,
>> Even available in ratcheting
>> Also the related S-wrench
>> And distributor wrench
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