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Re: Stahlwille Short Pattern Wrenches [Re: Y_K] #4893123 10/10/18 03:53 PM
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No QR on these. It does seem well made and gives a good grip for what it is. Who knows it might come in handy


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Re: Stahlwille Short Pattern Wrenches [Re: Trav] #4893438 10/10/18 10:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Trav
Stealing someones tools they use to make a living has to be one of the lowest things you can do to someone, it really makes you loose sleep and eat you guts out.
I hope you got some compensation and the tools replaced in full.


And a very good reason to insure your tools!!


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Re: Stahlwille Short Pattern Wrenches [Re: clinebarger] #4893612 10/11/18 06:34 AM
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Now you said that I checked my policy and they are insured. I take pictures of every tool I buy and catalog it just in case.


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Re: Stahlwille Short Pattern Wrenches [Re: Trav] #4894368 10/12/18 12:29 AM
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The employeer covers our tools, but what concerns me is that any replacements won't be of the quality of my original stuff. I'm still a bit annoyed that when my Warren & Brown 3/8 torque wrench was stolen 35 years ago, it was replaced with a Norbar, now Norbar is top of the line.


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Re: Stahlwille Short Pattern Wrenches [Re: Trav] #4894427 10/12/18 05:14 AM
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Every time I read these threads it costs me money....


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Re: Stahlwille Short Pattern Wrenches [Re: Trav] #4901165 10/20/18 01:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Trav
You welcome, did you get the ratchet ones also?


Are the ratchet ones as thin? I had some issues with some 17mm nuts recently because I couldn’t get a thin enough wrench on the lower nut to loosen the top locking but. Didn’t wish to grind down any of my wrenches. Finally found a 17mm flat wrench from a Bosch tool.

I prefer ratcheting box ends, but want thin.

Thanks!

Re: Stahlwille Short Pattern Wrenches [Re: JHZR2] #4901488 10/20/18 08:55 PM
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The open end is the same but the ratcheting box is slightly thicker


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