Quote from: Grant Lamontagne on June 14, 2012, 02:54:40 AMWell if that's how you want to look at it then I'd have been better served with a cheap socket set.DefMore fitting to your topic, a nice bluntnose MP600 would also suffice
Well if that's how you want to look at it then I'd have been better served with a cheap socket set.Def
While I agree with not wanting to carry a full tool kit, I still find it advantageous to carry more than just an MT in off-road conditions. Not a large kit, but at least something to back-up an MT. For example, along with my MT du jour I keep a FROG tool, LM bit set, and usually a Crunch in my kit. So it ends up being a kit that could even be carried in one pocket, but offers enough tools to disconnect a battery, and preform most emergency repairs.
Thanks for the tip... but I didn't have any electrical tape either. Def
LM needle nose+ negitive or positive contact = def burn. On the other hand. LM needle nose+grinder/sander=blunt nose LM. Mmm take your choice. Someone had to say it. Lol