I continued to purchase 125 mm similarly.
Since the cutting edge is flat, it can not be scratched and the torque can be applied sufficiently to the thing which it holds.
Size adjustment requires separation, but I think that it will be impossible to leave if you become familiar.
I bought it from a plunger wrench of a little old Kunipex. Although the feeling of operation was a smooth feeling of the old guy, it is handy because it is a wrench that can be used considerably. Besides fastening bolt nuts I like it because it is versatile as it bends, clamps or holds the iron plate.
It is written as "Non-ferrous metal nut, ideal for bolt" because it will scratch the note as it will not be used for nonferrous metals etc. It may be that it is self-responsible, but if you use carefully, you can turn make-up nuts etc. without hurting. Since it is possible to "grasp" objects of 0 to 60 mm in one size, the monkey wrench has been kicked out of the tool box because it can be rotated without damaging the screws than the monkey wrench.
Machine alignment It was used when loosening the nut of 8 to 13 mm at the time of temporary assembly No force was applied in the direction to be opened at the time of turning and it was able to loosen as "sledi" without touching the contact surface without scratches Very easy to use
On 2010-08-30 18:18:23
I think that it will be easier to determine the position if there is a mark like a monkey with memory