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More Dollar Store deals and fails. All deals with this one. 2 hammers: one for a dollar, the other for a dollar-fifty ($1.50).

2 weeks, 4 days ago

I tried to use the Duraheat TT-15S propane heater, as I have in a past episode, but on its second use, it decided to fail. And it nearly failed catastrophically. You don’t mess around with compressed propane.

This thing will KILL! It is dangerous, so here I am, to show you the symptoms. If it makes this sound, or if you don’t see a flame around the burner, then shut off the propane tank immediately and stop using it.
I can’t say if this is a design defect or a manufacturing defect. As of now, Amazon is investigating (whatever that means), but while editing the video they did issue a full refund, as well as a 15 buck gift card. Sure, I almost die, if not for paying attention, and they give you 15 bucks.
I don’t want the money. I want heat! But I guess I have to freeze!!!

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1 month, 2 weeks ago

A few episodes I built the Tactical Sanding Cabinet, and the results were…moderate. This time, I use some REAL sand blasting medium, coal byproducts (20/40 grit) and it works. Boy, does it ever!
Before and after shots of the rusted, greasy, gross, wool covered air fitting. And it comes out to clean bare metal. Heavy metal!
I also review a mini Shop-vac to recover any spilt sanding material, and it does the job great!

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1 month, 3 weeks ago

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What better time to review tools that burn that during a blizzard? So, I got the cheapest propane heater, the Duraheat TT-15S. It mounts directly to a standard 20lbs propane tank (like the one most of you have for the barbeque).
The more important tool, is the Bernz-O-Matic TS8000 propylene torch, with push button ignition and variable flow. Its cast aluminum with brass tubing, and is made in the US (surprisingly). This torch spreads out the heat in such a way as to heat up a larger section as opposed to the pencil flame torch that you saw me use with propane a few episodes ago.
So, I set out on fabricating a patch, and while it’s fairly simple, one corner is rather complex in shape, which requires heating. 1mm and thicker cannot be easily bent cold, so the torch does great, as it saves time, heating things up much faster. Sure it’s not acetylene and oxygen, but it’s the next best thing (unless you got some old MAP gas lying around lol)

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2 months, 1 week ago

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(((EDIT: This is one of my best, over-engineered diy tools. It was meant to be a simple, durable, versatile and highly mobile sand blasting and chemical cleaning cabinet. If you have any ideas on how to make it better...shut up! I'm kidding. I'd love to hear them, and implement them. Likewise, feel free to use this design yourself, either the exact same way or bits and pieces.

We need to learn how to be both self reliant and ingenious, as well as open to our community, helping out with ideas and so on. So back to the regular description)))

There are three qualities any project can have, good, fast, or cheap, but you can only pick two of those at a time.
I made my own home-made sand blasting cabinet, called the tactical sanding cabinet. It is light, durable, and multi-capable. It can be used to wash parts, sand blast them while being environmentally safe

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2 months, 3 weeks ago

Setting concrete and Fence posts.

2 months, 3 weeks ago

Hand carved sign with router. #woodworking #woodsigns #router #tools #painting #fun

4 months ago

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4 months, 1 week ago

Here is a handy device that I never had but have needed on several occasions in the past, I made it in a day using upcycled parts; The main arms were made from the linear rails found inside a computer scanner and the washers a two penny coins, the copper kind, before they took all the copper out of them and used steel, simply use a magnet to find the originals.

The base is an off cut of Birch plywood with a stainless steel covering which I also machine turned for a different look to what would be a shiny reflective surface, which can sometimes be a burden, it works pretty well and another valued string to the jeweller bench.

Thanks for looking in, please consider supporting the channel so I can obtain the raw materials and create 3D drawings of many of the projects one has seen so far, there are quite a few more to come in the near future.

4 months, 2 weeks ago

When doing work on floor boards, you have to make sure no water can get into the cabin! This goes doubly if the car will be outside at any point.
First, identify the rust holes. Then mark them with a marker or welder’s chalk. And then get to cutting!

This is also a review on the Dremel 4000, and how poor the cutting discs are, that eat up fast or disintegrate. The quality is beyond poor, rendering it borderline useless to anyone that needs to get any work done.

Corners are the biggest issue when cutting, and while the angle grinder does a great job, it has trouble fitting in corners.
Keep in mind to always put the angle grinder on for safety.

I still have to try with the Dremel though, but it continuously fails, discs biting the dust over and over, twenty in total!
In the end, if comes down to using a hammer and chisel, and my new favorite, the Vampliers extractor pliers!

Just keep in mind, that you should always know what is underneath the cutting area. Inspect as best you can, crawl under the car, get a camera under, do what you can! You don’t want to cut the frame or chassis. Also, you can better see the rust holes from below as light reveals them.

Did I mention the Vampliers? They are outstanding at doing their job, as well as other jobs they werent meant for.

You should try to remove rusted sheetmetal in one piece, so you can trace the outline onto the new metal, but in many cases the metal may be too rusted, or simple impossible. Here, the sheet metal is welded from below, and thus cannot come out in one piece. Yes, its more work, but such is life.

As you remove pieces, stop and inspect where any holes are, where water can come in. While you do this, revise your plan. Think more than just one step ahead.
Going back to cutting, you can use metal fatigue to tear pieces off, jerking in back and forth with break each piece off, and having a good set of pliers makes this part a lot easier.
Tin snips are also good, but I found they don’t do well at cutting in weird corners, but they can cut tabs that can be broken off with the pliers.
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4 months, 3 weeks ago

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I decided it was time to get some good thread gauges.

Enter the Mitutoyo SAE and metric thread gauges. The packaging might be awkward but the tools are excellent. The Mitutoyo 950-253 is a 51 leaf thread gauge, going from 4 to 84 threads per inch. It should cover pretty much any kind of bolt you encounter in a car or truck.

The Mitutoyo 188-153 is the metric thread pitch gauge. While it has fewer leaves, only 28, its covers most all of the metric sizes used in automotive applications.
Both have steel screws so you can replace a single leaf or change the order if you need to. Each leaf is also stampled so none of that laser etching that fades away, leaving you wondering what TPI you have!

Can you measure threads? Sure, but sometimes, the eyes fail, threads get damaged and the best way to get the thread count on a bolt or screw is to use a thread gauge.
The Mitutoyos are built to last, made from stainless steel, and oddly enough they are Made in USA. Actually this is one of the reasons they don’t look as polished (literally!) as the Mitutoyos made in Japan.

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FTC legaleese: I do get paid a small comission for the amazon link above. I don't post links to crappy items though. These are links to items and tools I bought with my own money, and if you want to help me out, you can order from those links, and I get whatever Amazon throws me way. Thanks!

4 months, 3 weeks ago

How do you make a 200 dollar tool for 10 bucks? It’s a mystery that should be helpful. (the price might have gone up!)
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While building this tool, I use the Knipex cobra, and they prove to be very good.

I also use the Milwaukee 2504 M-12 Fuel hand drill, with the 2Ah battery. It’s a good little drill, but keep in mind, it is not a beefy drill, but its small size and lightweight make it very good for oddball jobs.

The Vampliers VT-011 worked great on the plastic PET bottle. Yes, this project involves a PET bottle, and drilling holes in it.
This is a great little tool!

We are also very fortunate to get some backing, but a new start-up company. Thank you Directly25 LLC, the new owners of the DAC Dynasty IP!

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4 months, 4 weeks ago

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I have something better. Mitutoyo calipers with the white dial, the D-12 TX. Its one pretty tool, made from stainless steel, with the brake, face adjustment.

Its all to measure the threads, and I go over how to do so in detail, be them metric or SAE. How do you measure the diameter, and how do you measure threads as closely as you can without a thread gauge. (Note, for metric threads I find it the least accurate way to measure threads as it WILL lead to errors…)

I also discuss one of the benefits of SAE, how it has an infinite number of fractions between each size. Metric also has an infinite but the numbers start getting longer. It’s a personal preference, but I thought of it interesting at the least.

Yes, I go into fractions…

Also the SAE system is much easier in counting threads. You simply count the number of threads in an inch. In metric, you must literally measure something that can be 1 millimeter, 1.25 or 1.5, and hope that there isnt any local damage or your hand is steady and so on. Its prone to errors.

So, threads, can be a pain to measure when you’re dealing with heavy corrosion, and scaling. So back to diameters, you want to measure across the face and hitting two threads on each side. Don’t squeeze so you don’t damage the thread and sink in with the calipers.

Also a good practice is to take multiple measurements, along multiple diameters, so spin the bolt and measure again and see if you get the same measurement.
This video is a great example of how you should pay attention! I made a mistake with the thread pitch. The bolt is metric and I measure it as such. Instead, count how many threads you have per cm, and divide by 10! (You can also measure by inch and divide by 25.4)

I got M22x1.0, which I corrected to M22x1.25…and at time of publishing I found to actually be a very rough and damaged M22x1.5!!!

One final point, make sure you store precision instruments in dry conditions, and room temperature as the calibration may be affected.

The rant I made though stands. While I thought I could find the more common M22 fittings, I was wrong. Unless you want powerwasher or sink parts…ie good little consumer stuff, then screw it (or not it seems!). When did we become so bad when it comes to not fixing anything at all?

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5 months, 1 week ago

Ruth, Peter and Tom look at the castle’s place in the wider medieval world. 13th century Europe was a busy, developing, connected place, where work, trade, pilgrimages and Crusades gave people the opportunity to travel across the continent and beyond.

Part 1 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/GfOLRJyPRNwj/
Part 2 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/8McGTzPrFj56/
Part 3 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/sIXeTomTebm4/
Part 4 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/69a8AZiy7joA/

5 months, 1 week ago

Happy Halloween! Why arent you trick or treating? Monsters got you scared? Covid clutching ya pearls?
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Whats more fitting than playing with Vampliers on Halloween. No, not van pliers. VamPliers! Of course we play with the Knipex pliers too. Nipex? No, Knipex. It’s the weirdly spelled tool episode?

So, new tools mean new cutouts in the foam, which is a perfect opportunity to test out the Vamplier VT-011 shop scissors. Not pretty but that’s just my horrible hand! That scary trend goes on with me almost taking out my eyes with British cutting implements!

So, go trick or treat, and wear a mask (mwahahaaa)

Of course, its not Dac Dynasty until I go a bit nutty. Giraffes. Yes. Giraffes are involved.

Onto testing out the Vampliers VT-011 on hard stainless steel. And guess how they did? (nope!). They did very well on fabric and foam though. But testing goes on with my favorite traditional pliers, the Vampliers VT-001-8, and they are great. There is no slipping while I braid some of the hardest safety wire known to man! But, not tough enough for the Vampliers. They snap it like butter.

So enjoy, and let me know. What do you think of the setup? Do you improvise like this too? Comment! And if you havent, subscribe to the weirdest coolest auto channel around!

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5 months, 2 weeks ago

Ruth, Peter and Tom enter the surprisingly colourful world of medieval interior design. The castles that we see today are in fact scarred by centuries of decay. Most of their original roofs, carpentry and interior finishes have long since disappeared, but in their heyday they were lavishly decorated.

Part 1 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/GfOLRJyPRNwj/
Part 2 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/8McGTzPrFj56/

Part 4 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/69a8AZiy7joA/

5 months, 2 weeks ago

Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Peter Ginn and Tom Pinfold turn the clock back as they learn how to build a medieval castle using the tools, techniques and materials available in the 13th century.
Although Britain has some of the finest remaining castles of the medieval period, many of their secrets have been lost to time.
Peter and Tom set to work straight away, learning the skills of the medieval stonemasons to construct a beautiful spiral staircase. After digging stone out of the quarry, they take it to the tracing floor, where every stone is marked out using the most closely guarded knowledge of the medieval castle builders: geometry. Then each step is hand-carved, a three-day task, before being winched into place using the treadmill-powered crane.

Part 2 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/8McGTzPrFj56/
Part 3 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/sIXeTomTebm4/
Part 4 - https://www.bitchute.com/video/69a8AZiy7joA/

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Work harder not smarter? No! Work smarter AND harder
This is the air box, ie, my air tools, and tire servicing tools, from valve stem tools to gauges, hoses etc. Milton makes up most of these, but the most important tool for a classic bus owners is:
Split rim tire inflator! You want to stay away at least 50 feet when inflating a split rim. Sure, you can buy one that lets you daisy chain the inflator in the middle, but Milton wants nearly $1000 for it!
So I go into how I built my own, using their own parts, at a fraction of the cost (a test of it will follow, and read the disclaimer, you’re on your own risk, etc).
Bottom line, I cut a S-506 Milton, used a barbed fitting, three way tee fitting, coupler, and gauge, because safety is key with split rims. They can be lethal if not respected!

Excerpt from Episode 56
https://www.bitchute.com/video/QJbUhVtTICOF/

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

Once called the “Epic” tool box (before I knew of the Snap-On line by the same name!). This is a 50th anniversary Mac Tools box.
We start with open end Craftsman wrenches and crow’s feet, and my first impressions of the Toolbox Widget organizers
Drawer two has chromed sockets, some MAC dog bones, and a pair of Williams 52 tooth ratchets. My faves in this one are the universal swivel joints (cardans), made my Craftsman.
Drawer three is the screw driver locations, including Torx drivers, and my favorite tool, a gearless ratchet, friction lock flathead and phillips driver, great for dashboard work.
Sixth drawer has my pliers from vintage vise-grips to a new wire clamp maker tool (Clamptite)
Seventh drawer has the long tools, as well as brake spring tools (mostly K-D). Oddly enough, the priciest one are what I called mechanical fingers, but in reality are endoscopic forceps! My favorite is the Proto speed handle!
Eighth drawer has more larger tools, as well as more Widgets with hex drivers (including some Made in Japan cheapos, back before they were known for higher quality!). I still love the Craftsman #2 mallet, with a stained (smoked?) hickory handle.

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Excerpt from EP56
https://www.bitchute.com/video/QJbUhVtTICOF/

6 months, 1 week ago

Metal working tools, such as chisels, Kraeuter, Craftsman and Stanley, and other vintage tools

Kraeuter 408-1 1/4"
Stanley Handyman H-1252 Bevel Edge
Craftsman Aviation Tin Snips

Excerpt from Episode 56

6 months, 1 week ago

The Heavy Metal Mechanic does a Tool Box Tour, so watch this video, then go fix something!
My tool box is organized, and I keep some space in the foam for future additions.

Hup! (00:00)
Why a tool box tour? (00:20)
Organized tool box and strap oil filter wrench (00:46)
Vintage Chisels and aviation tin snips (01:21)
Open end wrench in Toolbox Widgets (01:53)
Sockets Ratchets Dog Bones, Oh my! (02:30)
Universal swivel adapters (02:54)
Screwdrivers (03:12)
Gearless Ratchet- Friction Lock is perfect for dashboards (03:53)
Upgrades coming, so leave space to add tools (04:26)
Swivel impact sockets, Craftsman extractor set(05:04)
Ernst socket organizer and missing a tool! (05:23)
Big Snap-On socket and impact stuff (06:14)
Kit drawer, redid completely! (06:47)
X-Acto knife kit with scalpels and SO body panel kit (07:45)
K-D Compression test gauge (08:10)
Blue Max dye leak finder (08:29)
Vacuum leak down kit (09:00)
Actron ODB-II and OCD? (09:53)
Multimeter (10:26)
The Tracer!!! (10:57)
MAC Tools bottom b… (12:00)
Plier drawer and clamptite (12:20)
Long tools! And brake tools too! (13:14)
Speed handle, the power tool of aviation (13:45)
Large tools, and vintage old tools? (14:17)
I like using kits! Welding kit ftw (for the weld) (15:31)
Mobile tool kit, Craftsman 9-33167 (16:19)
IR thermometer and endoscope and more (17:10)
Petersen jack stand safety recall!!! (18:00)
Don’t be ashamed-secondary tool box w/ GP DUO (18:37)
Battery charger and OTC ball joint kit (19:53)
Pewdiepie? NO! Tower of Tool Boxes (20:22)
Don’t sue me Stanley! Versastack (20:53)
Milwaukee FUEL (21:30)
Cutting tools, Dewalt (22:53)
Work smarter not harder? (23:54)
Tire inflator box (24:15)
Split rim inflator, how to build it (25:00)
Getting stronger! Getting smarter! War (26:59)
Environmentally friendly reusing! (29:01)
RIP old cars (29:21)
Preventing rust, temp and humidity (29:28)
Greases and chemicals (30:05)
Fire extinguisher and med kit (30:52)

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6 months, 3 weeks ago

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8 months, 2 weeks ago

Seth, Nathan and J. Hunto talk tools. What Seth REALLY thinks about Matco tools.

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8 months, 2 weeks ago

In today's video I wanted to talk about DIY when it comes to tools for your home / business shop. Why should you do it..... the simple answer is you get more tools for less money and you don't have to worry about making enough money to cover tool payments each month ;-)

9 months, 3 weeks ago

Raising awareness of the top three tools of the ruling class. Propaganda, Fear and Programming.

Five days of awareness for the Liberty minded.

Bruce Lipton: We are Programmed to be Poor.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qv8k7Et4ss4

11 months, 3 weeks ago

THE EPIC TOOLBOX --- Part 4 --- Step 9 Cleaning Tool Box Drawers / Step 10 EVA Foam Mat Maintenance and Repair / Step 11 Tool Cleaning / Step 12 Tool Box Cleaning and Reassembly

How to get a cheap professionally set up toolbox so you’ll never lose another tool again!

Contents:

00:27 Cleaning Box Drawers
2:30 “Ultimate Compound” Wax
4:19 Cleaning Bottom Drawers (Those Exposed to More Moisture)
4:39 Cleaners-What to Use and What not to Use
6:50 EVA Foam Mat Maintenance and Repair
8:10 Tool Cleaning (Dremel Failure)
10:23 Lubricating Tools
10:57 Etching Locations
12:14 Multiple Component Tool Etching
13:00 Small Component Tool Etching
14:33 Geared Tools (Adjustable Wrench)
15:51 Tool Box Cleaning and Reassembly

Part 1: https://www.bitchute.com/video/823pZA5SyFGW/
Part 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/lkKus7J8Pedx/
Part 3: https://www.bitchute.com/video/wsRJnhDNudMI/

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1 year ago

THE EPIC TOOLBOX --- Part 3 --- Step 6 Odd Tools and Tips / Step 7 Adding Tools to Existing Mats / Step 8 Large or Oddly Shaped Tools

How to get a cheap professionally set up toolbox so you’ll never lose another tool again!

Contents:

00:08 Dominant Hand Rule
1:23 Long Cutting Tools
2:25 Additional Layout Tips (Similar but also Related Tools)
4:13 Repairing a Bad Cut
6:09 Glue! What to use and not to use!
9:13 Cutting Using a Ruler
10:37 Popout
11:40 Testing and Putting Tools Back
11:53 Dried Glue Test and Reinstall of Mat
12:59 Small Tools Without Cases
13:28 Finger Cutouts
14:00 Cross Section Awareness
15:19 Tool Reposition
15:40 Large or Oddly Shaped Tools
16:48 Long Flexible Tools (Mechanical Fingers)
17:19 Putting Long Tools Back and Their Peculiarities

Part 1: https://www.bitchute.com/video/823pZA5SyFGW/
Part 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/lkKus7J8Pedx/
Part 4: https://www.bitchute.com/video/KsEmXLdgo8Wn/

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1 year ago

THE EPIC TOOLBOX --- Part 2 --- Step 3 Long Cuts / Step 4 Shorter Cuts and Popouts / Step 5 Testing and Fine Tuning

How to get a cheap professionally set up toolbox so you’ll never lose another tool again!

Contents:

00:08 Cutting
5:21 Round Edge Cuts
8:28 Adjusting, Extending Cuts
9:40 Example of Difficult Tool to Grab
15:53 Shorter Cuts on Edge Cuts
17:03 Shorter Cuts and Popouts
20:48 Cost
23:28 Snap/tearing of Popouts
24:13 Stubbie Screwdrivers/Small cutouts
27:50 Placing Mats in Drawers
30:10 Testing and Fine Tuning Cuts

Part 1: https://www.bitchute.com/video/823pZA5SyFGW/
Part 3: https://www.bitchute.com/video/wsRJnhDNudMI/
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1 year ago

THE EPIC TOOLBOX --- Part 1 --- Step 1 Layout/Step 2 Drawing Outlines

How to get a cheap professionally set up toolbox so you’ll never lose another tool again!

Contents:

00:48 Layout
4:54 Marking Outlines
5:54 Screw Driver Peculiarities
9:00 Tapered Cuts
14:23 Odd Shaped Tools (Combination Flat and Phillips)
18:11 SAFETY and What Materials to Use
19:48 Tabs, Tongues and Cuts to the Edge of Drawer

Part 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/lkKus7J8Pedx/
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1 year ago

A 2014 History Channel History, Technology Documentary narrated by Bill Graves.

Episode 6: Powerful automated stone-cutting devices, incredible power drills capable of cutting through even the hardest granite, fire engines that can respond to and extinguish a fire anywhere in a city; even precise surgery tools so fine they are used on the human eye. These tools are not from the modern world, but are in fact thousands of years old. Most would be lost to time and not again for centuries.

How was the ancient world able to create such incredible power tools? Why were they lost, and could there be even more advanced ancient power tools waiting to be discovered?

Episode 7: https://www.bitchute.com/video/VQEycHBoYQwe/

1 year, 1 month ago

Using the Long Reach Hose Clamp Plier for Spring Clip Clamp.
HoseClampPliers-4.mp4
Opening a spring clip clamp to remove radiator hose.
I had problems making it close completely.
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1 year, 1 month ago

Long Reach Hose Clamp Plier
Pliers for Spring Clip Clamps used on Radiator Hose
I had problems making it close completely.
Features:
- Long reach hose clamp plier with wire flexible shaft
- Convenient for working in hidden areas and long distance
- Allows for that often needed extra reach
- For the removal and locking of clamps into open position (Not for trucks)
- For replacement of fuel, oil and water hoses
- Suitable for metal, plastic and self tightening tensioned hose clamps with diameters of 18mm-54mm
- Professional quality
- Hose clamps 18 - 63 mm
- Long reach
- Clamp: Metal, plastic self tensioned clips
- Package Dimensions: 14.5" x 6.5" x 0.5"
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1 year, 1 month ago

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1 year, 3 months ago

Get more information about the market: https://www.imarcgroup.com/machine-tools-market

The global machine tools market size reached US$ 106 Billion in 2018. Looking forward, the market value is projected to reach US$ 150 Billion by 2024, expanding at a CAGR of around 6% during 2019-2024.

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1 year, 6 months ago

What hand tools would you bring to the other side of the world? Please leave your thoughts.

1 year, 10 months ago

I'm making my own dovetail template using angle iron and hand tools.
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1 year, 10 months ago

1. troll makes first comment on my channel at c 05.30 AM UK time
2. claims to have 'unsubscribed;
3. Indignant at video showing Farage addressing a pro Brexit crowd in Edinburgh
4. c 9 am clocking on time for Zionist troll using my real name and avatar
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6. please beware of fraudulent Disqus accounts , the ccomments mechanism is being heavily abused by Israelis with access to all the Disqus approved trolling tools

1 year, 10 months ago

The benefits of starting out slow and with a lifeline

2 years, 2 months ago

Lost in the excitement of buying a new toy, you may forget its function

2 years, 3 months ago

In this video I show the tools I use when building a 1911. At this point I am also using a mini mill that I got from a friend, but before that I was using Matrix Prevision jigs to finish the 80% frames.

3 years ago