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Sanoman

screwthepast,makeit new
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Location
NE Tenn
The gear wrench tap and die set is spendy. But the quality of the taps and dies is better than any other set I've come across. Along with the ratcheting tap handles, I just dunno if there is a better kit out there.

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Decided to buy a set,cause l was in need and also going by your recommendation.Waht l read has been positive
 
Location
SRQ FL
milwaukee m12 cordless ratchet, a good set of extensions, and some shorty ratchet wrenches is about all you really need mechanically. Good assorted crimping tools (bullets, molex, deutsch) are also a smart investment
 

smoofers

Rockin' the SQUARE!!!!
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Location
Granbury, TX
I'll also throw in my absolte love affair with Aircat tools. I have a 6" D/A and mini die grinder so far. Tool quality is outstanding, they are super QUIET, and best of all, they are affordable. I'd recommend any of their tools at this point.

 

smokeysevin

one man with a couch
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Location
Houston
This stud puller set has been worth it's weight in gold for Kawasaki motor rebuilds and anything that uses studs:
Does it damage the studs when you pull them? Some of them have teeth that can eat the threads.

Sean
 

brapperdoodle

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Location
Asheville, NC
They have 3 rollers that grip the stud. If they are on a threaded spot on the stud it will flatten them if a whole lot of torque is required.

This is one of my favorites. I forgot I was going to suggest them! Stud removal sockets are a MUST. That is one tool for sure that is worth it 10x over
 
This is a handy tool if you have a fleet, or alot of toys. Its really easy to load. And will push through almost any plugged up zerk
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smokeysevin

one man with a couch
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Location
Houston
In that line of thinking, do y'all have a recommendation for a decent grease zerk fitting? Not the one that goes on the part, but the one that goes on the gun? I have one that refuses to connect properly and it drives me insane.

Sean
 
This is a handy tool if you have a fleet, or alot of toys. Its really easy to load. And will push through almost any plugged up zerk
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Hi sir,

I need your help please, you had a problem on your yamaha superjet about power coming from your cdi when cranking but nothing when you connect the ignition coil on it. Can you tell me what fix it please.

Sorry for the wrong post i dont know how to do otherwise
 
In that line of thinking, do y'all have a recommendation for a decent grease zerk fitting? Not the one that goes on the part, but the one that goes on the gun? I have one that refuses to connect properly and it drives me insane.

Sean
If you don't have a tight area check out the Lock LocknLube ends. They are expensive, but usually come with one rebuild kit. If you use it occasionally it should last you a lifetime... I also recommend any Lincoln ends if you need weird grease adapters.
 
Location
Ak
In that line of thinking, do y'all have a recommendation for a decent grease zerk fitting? Not the one that goes on the part, but the one that goes on the gun? I have one that refuses to connect properly and it drives me insane.

Sean

Most of the female coupler ends have a screw tip you can loosen and tighten to adjust fit on the zerk. Try adjusting the tip.

Lock-n-lubes work well too if you have space.
 
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