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Old 01-20-2006, 02:45 PM   #11
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Ok...I admit...I'm a crazed maniac...
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BTW Bill, thanks for starting this thread for the short list of junkyard tools to take. Me likey...
absolutely!

on topic, i have left countless tools in my engine bay. one time i kept slamming my hood closed trying to figure out why it wouldn't latch...i slammed it harder and harder until i realized i left a long handled standard screwdriver in there!
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Gloves..(mechanics for wimps...regular blue for us men.)
I guess that makes me Superman?? I can't work with gloves on. I'd rather bleed.....
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BTW Bill, thanks for starting this thread for the short list of junkyard tools to take. Me likey...
You want the list or you want me to let you learn?

5.5mm whatever you have
7mm nutdriver
10mm deep socket
11mm socket (coil pack bolts L27)
13mm deep socket
15mm deep socket

Ratcheting wrenches on 10, 11, and 13
T15 torx driver
Hammer
3inch extension
and 8 inch extension
Flexhead ratchet
Pick
Flat and Phillips screw drivers..big and small on both
Razor knife with extra blades
Cutters
Needle nose pliers
Regular pliers
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mechanics for wimps...regular blue for us men.)
I was already pretty close...red ones above I already had in my kit.
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I guess that makes me Superman?? I can't work with gloves on. I'd rather bleed.....
Only makes you Cap'n dirty hands
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dont forget the T50 for the selt belts on the 92-99, and for the supercharge belt tensioner pulley

i have also been using the 17mm for engine stuff lately
T47..50 is a little big an 45 has some slop...
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Gloves..(mechanics for wimps...regular blue for us men.)
I guess that makes me Superman?? I can't work with gloves on. I'd rather bleed.....
Only makes you Cap'n dirty hands
Hey Bill! They got this new invention you may want to look into....



And, I notice you don't mention the Safety Torx (the ones with the hole in the tip) for sensors in your original list.
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I went back to an old bonnie once at a yard only to find my old cell phone on the floor, lmao. I've also left my keys on the strut tower of my bonne and drove around like that for a couple days with the spare set. I have also lost a ton of tools working on her...
Randy and Ron wondered when I popped my hood and took my watch out..then put it back on.
remember "the phone" incident?
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dont forget the T50 for the selt belts on the 92-99, and for the supercharge belt tensioner pulley

i have also been using the 17mm for engine stuff lately
T47..50 is a little big an 45 has some slop...
i know for a fact that my L67 SC tensioner pulley is a T50
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I always place my tools in a place that prevents the hood from closing right.
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Gloves..(mechanics for wimps...regular blue for us men.)
I guess that makes me Superman?? I can't work with gloves on. I'd rather bleed.....
Only makes you Cap'n dirty hands
Hey Bill! They got this new invention you may want to look into....



And, I notice you don't mention the Safety Torx (the ones with the hole in the tip) for sensors in your original list.
1. Those are some SKINNY *** arms

2. Cut your nails.

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