Many thanks But your MM-collection is amazing
Quote from: CeHo on November 09, 2018, 09:02:59 PMMany thanks But your MM-collection is amazing And thank you, CeHo! I have now gotten to the point that I think the U.S. Kutmaster MTs are a bit better than the newer China Kutmaster MTs. The newer ones do have a few extra functions, but they have left behind the slim, heavy duty essence of the original. The newer ones are o.k, but not true to the original.The older thick lock tab on the plier handle is a far superior lock to the newer sheet metal lid tab that the new ones lock with.
Way to go Gman!
Finally found a good deal on an older KutMaster 2pc BN jaw MultiMaster. (Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)Older 2pc BN, Older 2pc NN, Newer NN, and Newer BN.(Image removed from quote.)And of course, if anyone is interested, here is the listing I bought to see how rough the tool was.https://www.ebay.com/itm/Multimaster-Tool-by-Kutmaster-/254169221085?txnId=2479641038015You can see I did quite a bit of restoration on the tool. But, after all the work, it looks brand new. Ready for the collection.
Very nice!I also like the logo on that version of the sheath.
That's so beautiful. And nice work too!
I might have to find an original multi master. It looks like a much better tool than my Wrench Head. Charles.
The sheaths had not been covered yet in this particular thread. So, I am sure that the 3 MultiMaster sheaths I have pictured aren't all of the variations, but it is what I have at the moment. KutMaster MultiMaster Sheaths.Left to right: Early version, intermediate productions version(one of them anyway), and Latest version.Accessories shown are what came with the tools, except the early version(which originally came with more double-ended bits).(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)KutMaster WrenchHead and Team RealTree sheaths.Accessories shown are what came with the tools.(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
Yeah, my Wrench Head is abysmal at cutting wire. But, I don't care about romex, I care only about stranded wire. Speaker wire, motorcycle wiring harness wire, etc. Anything can cut romex, but stranded is where it's at. That said, this would just be for a pair of pliers to replace the cheap garbage pliers that come in a standard motorcycle tool kit. I thought the Wrench Head could do that duty, and thought the tools were a good fit - spark plug gauge and t-handle driver... but... it just sucks as a pair of pliers. Even the Winchester version just sucks. :/Might abandon the idea altogether and just put a Gerber MP600 in there and call it done. Charles.
Very cool! Thanks for showing