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Bought myself a Voche set 9-19mm, always handy for rounded bolt heads and rusted in ones (exhaust I'm looking at you ). Just need an impact driver now but the cheapest I've seen is 87
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Don't get a Clarke CEW1000 - mine burnt out after just a few minutes of intermittently attempting to undo my crankshaft pulley bolt. I'd only just bought it specially...
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Don't get a Clarke CEW1000 - mine burnt out after just a few minutes of intermittently attempting to undo my crankshaft pulley bolt. I'd only just bought it specially...
will make anyone cringe, but for the cheap and cheerful Corolla I ran, I used stilsons to hold the pulley/spiders, with a power bar/socket on the nut.....it worked/desperate time called for desperate measure.
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Got a Makita set including impact driver and a drill.
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