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17mm Nylon Coated Nut Driver

Discussion in 'GadgetZ, GismoZ and Bling' started by GazHyde, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. GazHyde

    GazHyde The Gaz Monkey
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    Just bought one of these to go with my new torque wrench. It's nylon coated so if it slips it shouldn't damage the rim. £9 delivered from eBay.

    17mm Socket - 1/2" Drive
     

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  2. badman gee

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    Very good gary.

    Im going to get one asap
     
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    I'll just have to make do with some masking tape and 6 litres of V Power jungle juice :coolsteer) .
     
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    I didn't have one, so no masking tape and jungle juice for me! ;)

    On the subject of jungle juice, I've started using Tesco Momentum and it's much better than the ordinary stuff! Sticking with it from now on :(|)
     
  5. badman gee

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    just brought one off ebay, along with rover 75 tax disc holder, 20 new wheel bolts and new number plates for the m and rovie.

    ;)

    :p
     
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    I found the best way to protect your wheels is to use the stick in the tool box. It holds the wheel in place while you screw the bolts in.

    Tesco Momentum is good stuff. I use it in my E46.
     

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