Recent several e-mails herein spoke about a wrench.
This reminded me to share a tool recommendation with the gang here.
It is a STANLEY TOOLS MaxGrip #85-610 locking adjustable wrench. It is
tools in one-locking pliers & adjustable wrench.
In other words it is a Cresent (tm-by another company) wrench with a
locking handle, like those found on Vise-Grip (tm-of still another company).
Advantage, it reduces slippage, prevents rounding of nuts and it protect
your knuckles (not noted by Stanley Tools, but we all know the feeling)
plus a convienient release.
Can be checked at: www.stanleyworks.com
Sources: LOWE's Hardware has then. I found mine (I bought two) at Home
Depot. I don't hold either company's stock, nor was paid by them for my
thoughts on this wonderful wrench. BTW, Stanley Tools does not take direct
order at their 1-(800) number.
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