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    a month a go maplins were selling an electric wrench for removing wheel bolts,same as this one on ebay click_me ,they were being sold for £10 0r £12 so i thought for that money i would get one,tried it on my car today and it worked brilliantly,the torque capacity is 250 lb.ft so should shift most over tightened bolts,ideal to keep in the back of the car

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    looks like cheap pish to me sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by bertbuckie1 View Post
    looks like cheap pish to me sorry
    it does work well,i tried it on a few of my wheel bolts and removed them easily,it may be very usefull for women as it means no strain to get the bolts undone,i have to admit the seller on ebay is charging a bit ott for post

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    Quote Originally Posted by solorider View Post
    it does work well,i tried it on a few of my wheel bolts and removed them easily,it may be very usefull for women as it means no strain to get the bolts undone,i have to admit the seller on ebay is charging a bit ott for post
    lol @ for women, ones with heavy husbands manage no probs but I see your point ( she has incar hair straighteners )

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    I brought one after seeing the thread on here, Tried to use it and it wouldnt even spin the nut after I cracked it off with the breaker bar. Took it back for a refund.

    Might have been faulty but it was cheap sheeeeeite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P3tchy View Post
    I brought one after seeing the thread on here, Tried to use it and it wouldnt even spin the nut after I cracked it off with the breaker bar. Took it back for a refund.

    Might have been faulty but it was cheap sheeeeeite.
    hahaha - dont buy tools that arnt stamped britool or snapon ect

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    Dont need to buy any tools mate, Got a house mate with his own garage/rolling road and about 300k's worth of diag equipment. including a 10k snap on roll cab....

    It was just for leaving in the car but the breaker bar is much better.

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    lucky ******* lol....tho i wouldnt swap the wife for a housemate hahaha - tools are handy, but women are more handy

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    She comes over when shes told to.

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    one word....QUALITY

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