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4/24/2014

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The unruly wires are inserted into the drill chuck, and the chuck is tightened. (Click here for a larger image.)
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Max The Magnificent
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Re: I want a finger wrench!
Max The Magnificent   4/24/2014 5:52:31 PM
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@Duane: Number one is pretty awesome too.

I agree -- I'd never thought of that -- when I look back at th etime I've wasted hand-twisting this sort of thing...

I also really like number two -- so simple ... so effective...

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Re: I want a finger wrench!
Duane Benson   4/24/2014 5:49:11 PM
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Number one is pretty awesome too. I just needed that a few weeks ago.

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Re: I want a finger wrench!
Max The Magnificent   4/24/2014 5:46:26 PM
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@Duane: Number 8 should be required in every tool kit.

My birthday is on May 29th (hint hint :-)

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Re: I want a finger wrench!
Duane Benson   4/24/2014 5:41:03 PM
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I can't count the number of nuts and blots I've lot in just that way. Number 8 should be required in every tool kit.

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I want a finger wrench!
Max The Magnificent   4/24/2014 5:12:57 PM
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I LOVE that finger wrench shown in Hint No. 8 ... what a GREAT idea -- I definitely want one of those little scamps!!!

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