Broken Wrench

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  1. Parkerman

    Parkerman TPF Noob!

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    Broke a wrench one day trying to bend it... didn't have a torch around to apply heat. Anyways.. A day or 2 later i was looking for something to get of.. So yea, you get the idea.. hah


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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hate you for unnecessary cruelty to tools, but love the result!
     
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    heh, I was trying to bend it to be able to pull plug cap off of a Crossfire, Like... You have to use either a special too, which obviously i didnt have.. or somehow get something to pry the plug wires off. The very last one was in such a crappy spot.. i finally decided to try that.. which.. I failed at haha.

    If you are ever asked to change the sparkplugs on a Crossfire... Yea.. Uh, dont.. =P
     
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    Hey, that's a Craftsman! You can return it for another.
     
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    Hah.. Yea.. I know, but that means I have to get off my lazy butt and go to sears.
     
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    *bump*
     
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    love the background
     
  8. Josh66

    Josh66 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I've broken a few wrenches like that before...

    I like the textures on the vise. Looks like you have a pretty clean/organized shop too.
     
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    Heh, it use to be organized until last summer when i did a turbo upgrade for my car... It has yet to recover from that.
     
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    I like this shot.

    What is your post technique?
     

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