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    please....make them all torx or hex or whatever doesn't slip. does it really cost more to stamp
    a different shape into the the head of the fastener??

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    second whia Wera, add schlagring Antom plus. Klien..?? pfft..

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    I just bought a 135a Yankee screwdriver (my dad used a 130a for his carpenter work). Who has owned them in the past and do you still have yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.k View Post
    Youll have to go upmarket ,then.....firstly,screwdrivers are for dirt mechanics.......the better type are called "Turnscrews",and have nice polished maple handles with whitemetal caps and ferrules .....they also have flat blades,and will be branded "Best Cast Steel -Sheffield".
    Nope, making them for the dirt mechanic crowd here
    a fine British turnscrew would get destroyed in less than a week at my day job. The apprentice would scratch his arse crack with it, the the senior mechanic would use it for a pry bar.

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    I like the snap on ratcheting screwdrivers, particularly the classic style with the had plastic handle like the ratchet, and like the ability to change insert bits in seconds.

    Kleinís are nice screwdrivers, but for shop use, I prefer hard plastic to cushion grip. I have 3 sets of Kleinís, but I prefer not to use them on greasy machinery.

    I happy with older craftsman, SO, MAC, Xcellite. I really donít have enough experience with new craftsman or cobalt. Klein has a non cushion grip as well, but they donít look as easy to clean as Snapon. I got some knipex tools, but other than channel lock style pliers, I donít think they are superior to US tools, though they match the quality.


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