Pete thanks for sharing what appears to be a useful tool for all kinds of around the house applications,
I meant nothing derogitory towards you because of my personal preference for using only hand tools,
I've been involved in some kind of mechanical work my entire career,
Saddleman wrenches on high performance race cars for a living,
guys like him and me know and love tools, I've never seen a tool I didn't like (or want)
but just like you don't use pliers or visegrips to remove a bolt
I'm a strong believer in using the "proper" tool for the application
I helped a guy remove the tupperware from his LT once he
had torn everyone of the rubber bushings with a cordless screwdriver
(he is a computer guy) and wondered why he had so many rattles
Originally Posted by RiderRay
I'm with you Peter. Seems like people are getting cabin fever and have to find something wrong with everything.
Thanks for the post, tool looks interesting. I had a high school shop teacher many, many years ago that often said "Don't blame the tools, blame the mechanic."!
I've fixed many issues that were created with the use of an improper tool,
so yeah I agree blame the mechanic and his "choice" of tools.
so if you can't fix it with a hammer,
it must be an electrical problem.