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  1. OT: Why the handle wordsmith? are you a writer?

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    Why the handle wordsmith? are you a writer?
  2. Oh, I mentioned a recessed wheel in my post 16. ...

    Oh, I mentioned a recessed wheel in my post 16.

    Having a recessed wheel can be important because one may have to grind a part that has a step shoulder/feature where the topping grind...
  3. Tightening with the mount on the machine is also...

    Tightening with the mount on the machine is also very common for wheels of 1/2" and thicker (some thinner wheels for an experienced guy). you hole the wheel in one hand and the standard length wrench...
  4. Agree and when you are putting a thin diamond or...

    Agree and when you are putting a thin diamond or abrasive parting wheel.

    I have seen so many thin parting wheels broke over time, that is a shame.
  5. Not a bad idea to have two such wrenches because...

    Not a bad idea to have two such wrenches because you can set one at the rear of the mount and one at the front in the flange nut.

    This can be needed if someone over-tightened the flange nut and...
  6. I'm not sure if the pin holes are suitable for...

    I'm not sure if the pin holes are suitable for this wrench with having .200 pins?

    Universal Black Finish Steel Adjustable Face Spanner Wrench Pin Pliers For Round Nuts with Drilled Holes (5mm) - -...
  7. $24 each is a good price..if they are the right...

    $24 each is a good price..if they are the right ones, they look right from here.
    Should be 1" at the big end For B&S and most surface grinders about 6-18

    Cincinnati mounts ae about 7/8 at the big...
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