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Old 07-01-2013, 10:44 PM
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I had forgotten how many bonehead mechanics populate the mower repair shops..

Amen, Slapper. Most shops can't even get them to show up for work on time or on a regular basis.
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:06 AM
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So you think you're a 2 stroke tech.???

Name that tool...
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:29 AM
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I'll hazard a guess and say they are Wiha metric hex T handles The last 2 I don't have, but a guess would be
8 and 10 mm on stick. And some kind of fancy pliers........Don't have them either...
Where are your ball hexes ?
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:05 AM
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Name that tool...
So when was the last time ya used them thar' spark plug boot/puller pliers anyway?????? They look to be as old as that ratchet I traded ya fer!
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Old 07-16-2013, 11:49 AM
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So when was the last time ya used them thar' spark plug boot/puller pliers anyway?????? They look to be as old as that ratchet I traded ya fer!
They aint old at all...
Kohler handed them out at the update school 2 years ago...
I dont use them...too short...I like my long handle Matco sparkplud boot pliers..
That voltage can climb the pliers on a hot humid day...
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Old 07-16-2013, 07:47 PM
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I'll hazard a guess and say they are Wiha metric hex T handles The last 2 I don't have, but a guess would be
8 and 10 mm on stick. And some kind of fancy pliers........Don't have them either...
Where are your ball hexes ?
You got it Breeze...though both are 8mm head. A long and a short...
Got the last set i bought from Stens....they are tougher than they look...
Me and ball socket allens dont get along...i seem to break them...
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Old 07-18-2013, 10:44 AM
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SO... you think yer a 2 stroke MECHANIC???

Name them tools......

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Old 07-18-2013, 10:59 AM
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I dont think yur a 2 stroke tech...I know you are....
Youre loaded for bear....
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Hmmm...got most of them...
Not sure what that black bent double head wrench is for.???
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I see alot of carb adjusting tools, like the packman for Ryobi, and the two for Homlite. I would have to hazard a guess that the rest are brand specific as well....

What interests me is the cordless Milwaukee with the bit holder and I'll assume that is a T 27 bit in there. That is not the standard chuck is it ? Looks too small ? Maybe from a die grinder ? It just looks odd......

AAhhhh yes, the old 8 and 10 mm wrench that comes with just about every weed wacker ever made....

A T- 27 long shank from SnapOn 3/8 drive, a slide handle or T handle with a 6 or 8 inch extension, a lonely
T-27 bit and a extra long T-27 bit. You do alot of Sthil stuff I'm guessing......

The only thing I don't know is that black curvy thing with the 2 large ends, ya got me stumped on that one.
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