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post #1 of 10 Old 02-22-2016, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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for those of us that wrench on our stuff.........
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24 " 1967? Ariens Sno thro
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Perfect but if you are into wrenching on cars as well you had better add a few more 13mm
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pfft, who uses 11mm? those are nearly worthless


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I give that post a 10. Wait I can't find a 10. Maybe a 3/8

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I give that post a 10. Wait I can't find a 10. May a 3/8
lol....when you cant find the elusive 10.....its time for the metric crescent wrench !

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pfft, who uses 11mm? those are nearly worthless
Ford uses a lot of them, no one else does though.
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pfft, who uses 11mm?
You will, when you can't find your 7/16"!

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Usually I complain about metric sets skipping sizes...... lol probably about the best set out there though! LOL




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