The hole was not small in size, and it did not pass with the KWT tool I used to date. I was putting in and out the same 8 mm snap ring. I was forced to buy Knipex's tool. Even so, the meat near the hole is thin. I am worried about the strength only at the thrust bearings used.
I bought it as a part to be fitted in the groove of the linear bush, but if it spreads it will be damaged so if you check with your company it was a completely different product. Era of ignorance of human beings to buy the net, I wish us a little more clearly. The remaining 53 pieces can not be used. (Oh waste.)
Although it is Osaka soul brand, it was confirmed that the manufacturer could confirm with the product photograph, so I could buy it with confidence. When the pliers hole cracks, it is a part that becomes difficult to remove, so I will search with quality emphasis rather than price, but the price was also cheaper than other brands and satisfactory goods. As PB, I think that there are times when manufacturers may change, but I would like to disclose information to consumers even a little.
The strength of the spring is optimum, and there is no deformation even when tightened with a snap ring pliers during installation. Also, even if you hit with a driver for driving, there is hardness that does not get scratched, so it is very easy to work and there is a sense of security.
If the dimension (d 0, the diameter of the smaller hole) is R-8, it is written as 1.2 mm, but it seems that it is close to 1 mm as measured by scanning. Because I bought it for the purpose of experiment which is not the original usage way personally, I've used the satisfaction level normally.