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    Quote Originally Posted by plastikdreams View Post
    Have you tried anything from their zyklon b series yet?
    Was that just a very poor attempt at word humor or are you one of those jerks who try to blame modern Germans for the sins of the Third Reich?

    In either case severely out of line and an unnecessary diversion from a useful thread.

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    I've had my Wera hex (std and metric) and torx keys for quite some time. I have the color coded plastic coated ones. Handy when I can remember which color :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottl View Post
    Was that just a very poor attempt at word humor or are you one of those jerks who try to blame modern Germans for the sins of the Third Reich?

    In either case severely out of line and an unnecessary diversion from a useful thread.
    Well I guess file it under bad humor lol. It was based on the chemical not it's misuse.

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    They actually do make a ratchet series called Zyklop. I have one and its a nice tool.

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    I have a lot of their tools. Joker wrenches are no joke and some of their socket sets have a ball detent to hold onto a nut or bolt (metric only). Yeah, stainless holds too.
    KC Tool has many sets on Xmas sale right now, so does Chads. Both have a ton of German tools. Amazon sometimes has good prices too. I have many of their smaller sets scattered about between home, garage, shop.
    AFAIK they do not make any deep sockets.
    Their screw drivers with loads of bits work well for me.

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    One thing I like about the sockets is the knurling at the top. It makes it easy to run a nut in or out by hand.


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