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Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools 13703

Newbie Posts: 8
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #210 on: February 18, 2017, 10:32:46 PM »
You will need bits for disassemble tool (TT10), wave/charge scissors, wave/charge file, wave/charge flat screwdriver or rebar awl, washer. Large bit holder thickness in more than twice the standard tool.
I am surmising from the previous posts here the you are "the Man" to contact about purchasing the pieces. Do you have all of these parts on hand? How are you normally paid?
I looked all over the internet trying to find a source for these parts and you are the only place I have found. And I am glad I have.

I have owned Leatherman tools since about 1985 when I bought my first PST. I loved it except for trying to grab anything with the pliers hurts the hand pretty bad. I bought the Wave when it first came out and it was an order of magnitude better than the PST. I bought the XTi in 2005 and used it just about every day since. It is still in good shape but I have missed the scissors on the Wave. I probably should have bought the TTi instead.

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Full Member Posts: 159
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #211 on: February 20, 2017, 12:54:44 AM »
You will need bits for disassemble tool (TT10), wave/charge scissors, wave/charge file, wave/charge flat screwdriver or rebar awl, washer. Large bit holder thickness in more than twice the standard tool.
I am surmising from the previous posts here the you are "the Man" to contact about purchasing the pieces. Do you have all of these parts on hand? How are you normally paid?
I looked all over the internet trying to find a source for these parts and you are the only place I have found. And I am glad I have.

I have owned Leatherman tools since about 1985 when I bought my first PST. I loved it except for trying to grab anything with the pliers hurts the hand pretty bad. I bought the Wave when it first came out and it was an order of magnitude better than the PST. I bought the XTi in 2005 and used it just about every day since. It is still in good shape but I have missed the scissors on the Wave. I probably should have bought the TTi instead.
Too bad you have the original Wave otherwise you can just swap the scissors and flat medium screw driver with the large bit driver of your XTI, and you will have a TTi... :popcorn:
« Last Edit: February 20, 2017, 01:04:08 AM by JustinCase »
Newbie Posts: 8
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #212 on: February 20, 2017, 02:21:25 AM »
I do have another Wave in storage...
How do I tell the difference between old and new Wave?

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Full Member Posts: 159
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #213 on: February 20, 2017, 04:45:58 AM »
I do have another Wave in storage...
How do I tell the difference between old and new Wave?
The older Wave has a slimmer form factor. The new Wave is wider with bigger stronger pliers and bigger stronger knife blades and saw compared to the original  slick Wave which has smaller blades/saw plus way too many flat head driver, also has an old style Phillips screwdriver instead of bits, bigger scissors and no locking mechanism for the inner implements.
Newbie Posts: 8
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #214 on: February 20, 2017, 07:31:44 AM »
Hello all!
This is my first post. I am glad I found this forum, I have a Charge XTi that I want to mod.
I want to remove one of the bit holders and replace it with the scissors from a Charge TTi.
Also I need to replace my file because the diamond side a gone too smooth to work.
What tools will I need?
Thanks in advance
You will need bits for disassemble tool (TT10), wave/charge scissors, wave/charge file, wave/charge flat screwdriver or rebar awl, washer. Large bit holder thickness in more than twice the standard tool.
Can you give me a quote for all of those items and your payment terms, please?

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Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #215 on: February 22, 2017, 01:23:20 AM »
Hi!

How much would be the Leatherman bit extender?

Thanks!
Sr. Member Posts: 456
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #216 on: February 22, 2017, 12:17:52 PM »
Hello all!
This is my first post. I am glad I found this forum, I have a Charge XTi that I want to mod.
I want to remove one of the bit holders and replace it with the scissors from a Charge TTi.
Also I need to replace my file because the diamond side a gone too smooth to work.
What tools will I need?
Thanks in advance
You will need bits for disassemble tool (TT10), wave/charge scissors, wave/charge file, wave/charge flat screwdriver or rebar awl, washer. Large bit holder thickness in more than twice the standard tool.
Can you give me a quote for all of those items and your payment terms, please?

Write please what parts do you need?
Sr. Member Posts: 456
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #217 on: February 22, 2017, 07:08:37 PM »
Hi!

How much would be the Leatherman bit extender?

Thanks!
Not interesting price :(
$24+$4 Shipping = $28
Sorry
Newbie Posts: 8
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #218 on: February 23, 2017, 05:22:52 AM »
Hello all!
This is my first post. I am glad I found this forum, I have a Charge XTi that I want to mod.
I want to remove one of the bit holders and replace it with the scissors from a Charge TTi.
Also I need to replace my file because the diamond side a gone too smooth to work.
What tools will I need?
Thanks in advance
You will need bits for disassemble tool (TT10), wave/charge scissors, wave/charge file, wave/charge flat screwdriver or rebar awl, washer. Large bit holder thickness in more than twice the standard tool.
Can you give me a quote for all of those items and your payment terms, please?

Write please what parts do you need?
I need the parts you said I would need:
disassemble tool (TT10),
wave/charge scissors,
wave/charge file,
wave/charge flat screwdriver
rebar awl, ( I'm guessing I cannot install both the awl and screwdriver, I will decide which to install after I see them)
2 washers :cheers:
Thanks in advance

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Sr. Member Posts: 456
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #219 on: February 23, 2017, 06:16:20 PM »
Hello all!
This is my first post. I am glad I found this forum, I have a Charge XTi that I want to mod.
I want to remove one of the bit holders and replace it with the scissors from a Charge TTi.
Also I need to replace my file because the diamond side a gone too smooth to work.
What tools will I need?
Thanks in advance
You will need bits for disassemble tool (TT10), wave/charge scissors, wave/charge file, wave/charge flat screwdriver or rebar awl, washer. Large bit holder thickness in more than twice the standard tool.
Can you give me a quote for all of those items and your payment terms, please?

Write please what parts do you need?
I need the parts you said I would need:
disassemble tool (TT10),
wave/charge scissors,
wave/charge file,
wave/charge flat screwdriver
rebar awl, ( I'm guessing I cannot install both the awl and screwdriver, I will decide which to install after I see them)
2 washers :cheers:
Thanks in advance

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Newbie Posts: 8
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #220 on: February 23, 2017, 07:05:28 PM »
Write please what parts do you need?
[/quote]
I need the parts you said I would need:
disassemble tool (TT10),
wave/charge scissors,
wave/charge file,
wave/charge flat screwdriver
rebar awl, ( I'm guessing I cannot install both the awl and screwdriver, I will decide which to install after I see them)
2 washers :cheers:
Thanks in advance
[/quote]

Reply to PM
[/quote]
Reply and payment sent :tu:

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Newbie Posts: 14
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #221 on: March 06, 2017, 05:14:15 PM »
Hiya.

Would one of the bit holders fit my Crunch?

Thanks!

Chris
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Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #222 on: March 06, 2017, 05:27:00 PM »

Would one of the bit holders fit my Crunch?

What's wrong with the standard 1/4" hex bit driver already in your Crunch ?  (take out the tension adjusting screw and you'll see it)   ???

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Newbie Posts: 14
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #223 on: March 06, 2017, 06:11:12 PM »

Would one of the bit holders fit my Crunch?

What's wrong with the standard 1/4" hex bit driver already in your Crunch ?  (take out the tension adjusting screw and you'll see it)   ???

It's more a case of swapping out what I don't need - the blade - for something more useful to me.  I was hoping to be able to fit a bit that would take 1/4 drive sockets.
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Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #224 on: March 06, 2017, 11:47:47 PM »

Would one of the bit holders fit my Crunch?

What's wrong with the standard 1/4" hex bit driver already in your Crunch ?  (take out the tension adjusting screw and you'll see it)   ???

It's more a case of swapping out what I don't need - the blade - for something more useful to me. I was hoping to be able to fit a bit that would take 1/4 drive sockets.

You mean like the SOG one that fits diagonally into 1/4" square female sockets ? 
https://www.sogknives.com/1-4-driver.html
http://forum.multitool.org/index.php?topic=39195.0


All the bit holders I've seen are much thicker than the Crunch blade, so even if the tang fits (or can be made to fit) you would have to sacrifice other tool components to make room.
http://forum.multitool.or....msg601722.html#msg601722


There are adaptors that will do that for your Crunch: 1/4" hex male to 1/4" square male

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Newbie Posts: 14
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #225 on: March 07, 2017, 02:49:08 PM »
You're right.  I'm trying to reinvent the wheel, aren't I!
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Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #226 on: March 07, 2017, 04:20:10 PM »
Hi,

I would like to order 2 X LM wrenches please.

« Last Edit: March 07, 2017, 05:45:19 PM by OR6 »
Full Member Posts: 159
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #227 on: March 11, 2017, 11:55:56 PM »
I would like to order a set of 2 lite wrenches if you still sell them. Thanks.
Full Member Posts: 159
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #228 on: March 12, 2017, 08:20:56 PM »
I would like to order a set of 2 lite wrenches if you still sell them. Thanks.
(Image removed from quote.)

I replied to to your pm and payment sent for Set#10 (Two (2) lite Leatherman wrenches) - $19 with shipping :tu:
« Last Edit: March 12, 2017, 08:26:49 PM by JustinCase »
Newbie Posts: 14
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #229 on: March 13, 2017, 10:26:54 PM »
Is the Surge "small bits holder" needed for the micro/eyeglasses bit you've sent me?

If so, I should have ordered one of those as well!

Thanks,
Chris
Newbie Posts: 8
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #230 on: March 14, 2017, 11:29:10 PM »
I received the parts I wanted from Loki in an acceptable time.The parts are top notch!
My Charge's Torx bolts are 5 points instead of 6 point, and Loki sent 6 point bits. I am assuming that 6 points are normal, right?
Is there something wrong with my Charge?

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Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #231 on: March 15, 2017, 08:38:25 AM »
I received the parts I wanted from Loki in an acceptable time.The parts are top notch!
My Charge's Torx bolts are 5 points instead of 6 point, and Loki sent 6 point bits. I am assuming that 6 points are normal, right?
Is there something wrong with my Charge?


Yeah mate, 6 is the new 5.
Nothing wrong with your Charge.
Unfortunately you weren't aware of the two types when you ordered.

All sets available

Set1 - Two LM Wrench - $25 (With WW Shipping)
Set2 - Two LM Wrench + Two 6-star bits (TT10) - $31 (With WW Shipping)
Set3 - Two LM Wrench + Two 5-star bits (TS10) - $34 (With WW Shipping)
Set4 - Two LM Wrench + Two 6-star bits (TT10) + Two 5-star bits (TS10)- $37 (With WW Shipping)
Set5 - Two 6-star bits (TT10) - $11 (With WW Shipping)
Set6 - Two 5-star bits (TS10) - $14 (With WW Shipping)
Set7 - Two 6-star bits (TT10) + Two 5-star bits (TS10) - $19 (With WW Shipping)
Set8 - One Gerber Wrench - $13 (With WW Shipping) (To disassemble the Gerber multitool quite a one wrench.)
Set9 - Two Gerber Wrench - $18 (With WW Shipping)
Set10 - Two LM Lite Wrench - $19 (With WW Shipping)

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Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #232 on: March 15, 2017, 03:41:38 PM »
I received the parts I wanted from Loki in an acceptable time.The parts are top notch!
My Charge's Torx bolts are 5 points instead of 6 point, and Loki sent 6 point bits. I am assuming that 6 points are normal, right?
Is there something wrong with my Charge?


You can get them here

http://www.ebay.com/itm/5...6a9d38:g:z7wAAMXQ3kNTe23R
Full Member Posts: 159
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #233 on: March 15, 2017, 09:43:47 PM »
I received the parts I wanted from Loki in an acceptable time.The parts are top notch!
My Charge's Torx bolts are 5 points instead of 6 point, and Loki sent 6 point bits. I am assuming that 6 points are normal, right?
Is there something wrong with my Charge?


You can get them here

http://www.ebay.com/itm/5...6a9d38:g:z7wAAMXQ3kNTe23R

.....or here if you want two five points screwdrivers :whistle:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1...geName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
Newbie Posts: 8
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #234 on: March 16, 2017, 04:20:55 PM »
I got them both... :tu:
I had no idea there was such a thing as a 5 Point Star pentalobe torx Security Bit until i started trying to get the 6 point in the hole.

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Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #235 on: March 23, 2017, 03:25:15 AM »
I have a new model surge that I want to get rid of the bottle opener. What would it be a straight swap with?
Ideally I'd want the small bit holder that the old model surge had. Is that a straight swap for the bottle opener and awl if I move one of the flatheads to the other side?

Also is there an elegant way of swapping the plain edge blade out with another saw holder or a file?

Thanks!
Jr. Member Posts: 57
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #236 on: March 23, 2017, 06:26:39 AM »
Do you still have Skeletool/Freestyle (154CM) - $21? I have been trying to contact Texas Tool and no response for 2 weeks, e-mail or phone. I originally wanted a Damascus blade. You would be welcome to my dual edge blade from my Skeletool.

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Sr. Member Posts: 456
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #237 on: March 23, 2017, 07:58:10 AM »
Do you still have Skeletool/Freestyle (154CM) - $21? I have been trying to contact Texas Tool and no response for 2 weeks, e-mail or phone. I originally wanted a Damascus blade. You would be welcome to my dual edge blade from my Skeletool.
Knives Skeletool 154CM are not available now. Will be in late March.
Newbie Posts: 8
Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #238 on: March 26, 2017, 03:46:19 AM »
Hi,

So I've found that the surge small bit holder is indeed a straight swap for the bottle opener  :tu: so i'll be having one of those, it includes the small bit right?
I'll also take a surge saw holder, and the surge file if you have one

Does the diamond file from the wave have the same pivot diameter as the blade of the surge? if it is i'd be interested in one
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Re: Parts for Upgrade/Repair Leatherman multitools
« Reply #239 on: March 26, 2017, 05:07:27 AM »
I have a new model surge that I want to get rid of the bottle opener. What would it be a straight swap with?
Ideally I'd want the small bit holder that the old model surge had. Is that a straight swap for the bottle opener and awl if I move one of the flatheads to the other side?

Also is there an elegant way of swapping the plain edge blade out with another saw holder or a file?

Thanks!

Hi,

So I've found that the surge small bit holder is indeed a straight swap for the bottle opener  :tu: so i'll be having one of those, it includes the small bit right?
I'll also take a surge saw holder, and the surge file if you have one

Does the diamond file from the wave have the same pivot diameter as the blade of the surge? if it is i'd be interested in one

The sm bit driver isn't a straight swap sorry.
Nor is the t shank holder for a blade.
The diamond file has the same pivot but the outside profile is different.
All your ideas can happen, they'll just need a little work.
I recommend asking your questions in either the leatherman or modding sub sections.

 

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