Awesome! Thanks Bob!Def
And the other part I was looking for... Nice to have them all in one place now!DefDouble tooth saw: 7.953" straight blade: 6.503" serrated blade: 6.501/2 serrated blade: 6.50File (3-sided) #6092: 6.50Large screwdriver: 6.50Phillips Screwdriver: 6.50Robertson Drive: 6.501/4" Drive: 6.501/4" Socket adapter: 5.95Awl: 6.50Can Opener/sm S.D.: 6.50Bottle Opener/Med S.D.:6.50Pl. handle Covers: 2.00V-cutter: 9.95Pl Scissor accessory: 7.95Serrated Line Cutter: 7.95Wrench Kit*: 7.95Accessory 3-pack: 19.95CC/CG double-sided file: 5.00Thumbstuds: 5.00Clips: 5.00TiNi Clips: 7.00T-5 and T-6 torx: 5.00Hexnut male and Female: 2.00Plier: 12.95*wrench kit isn't the ability to put a wrench on your powerlock instead it is two wrenches perfectly fit to remove and replace the bolts on your powerlock.
I think we can blame ToolLogic for starting the "credit card sized tools that break in half in your wallet" craze. While I do have a few SwissCards and others in my collection, I have never really seen them worthy of actual carry. I did have a SwissCard Quattro in my PDA case for a time, but the only thing I ever used on it was a toothpick.Of course, they are still well worth mentioning!Def
Is SOG the only one that sells individual tools for their multis?
The Leatherman forum had threads on obtaining the security torx screwdrivers,and SOSAK has extensive tutorials on removing the "permanent" rivets and modding SAKs in general.Does seem more difficult than it needs to be in both cases.In both cases, the only source of parts is taking apart other tools.Not too much of an issue for SAKs generally, because they're cheap,but could get costly for multitools.I could see setting up a multi without any blades, and carrying all the blades on a SAK.It is usually a bit awkward to use blades on a MT compared a SAK or other knife, becausethe knife is optimized for using the blades, while the MT is usually optimized for the pliers.Such a set-up would also be handy for travel, if you could end up with an airplane-friendly MTwhile keeping all the sharp stuff on a SAK in the checked baggage.