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Chair caster exchange
On 2019-01-04 15:55:29
I used it for changing the casters of the chair.
Because I was tightened very hard, I knocked at the end but could relax without spreading.
It was used to tighten the nut in the narrow gap between the crank case and the cylinder.
On 2018-02-26 17:28:26
I managed to fasten the nut somehow, but I think I could work more easily if it was a little longer.
On 2017-11-24 15:22:22
I bought it because it is a necessary tool to remove a caster (front wheel) of a wheelchair,
The thickness of 4 mm was just barely available and could not be used depending on the car model.
Since the old rubber-tightened casters have become hard,
The spanner side also needs some strength and it is difficult to choose a tool.
On 2017-08-15 12:49:20
Though it is thin, the strength is sufficient. It is useful for adjusting mirror and clutch wire.
On 2017-07-14 21:25:00
I purchased it because I needed a thin spanner. The amount is also cheap, and it can be used without problems.
For wheelchair maintenance
On 2017-06-14 19:16:52
I purchased it for permanent use as a wheelchair maintenance. Usability is a future task
Maintenance of construction machinery, agricultural machinery, etc.
On 2017-04-24 07:59:05
If you are using a low nut such as an accelerator wire or a rod in double, you can not access it unless it is this item. Although it is written as if there is a problem in strength in the review of the other person, it is impossible to give out strength with this thickness even if there is tool steel used, I think that it is necessary to devise and use it. I can not repair with force.
For motorcycle maintenance
On 2015-07-30 13:33:00
I bought it as a substitute for an inch tool. I think COSPA is a high product. It is handy because it can not be accessed because it is thick as it is a normal tool.
On 2015-07-22 09:41:42
Used for exchanging casters. Although it was c53c high carbon steel indication it lost to the bolt and the spanner was able to scratch the dent itself. I feel too much. Is it really C53C class? When we measure with calipers, is not it that the spanner's caliber 19 mm is too large (19.75 x 19.5 mm taper) to cut too much? It looks like a Chinese product that can not be put to practical use only by shape.
Rutter tip exchange
On 2014-05-17 14:26:03
Accuracy is good It does not understand durability because it does not apply much torque so it is good