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gunslinger_006

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Bestech Texel Jade

Benchmade 535-S with custom brass scales

Benchmade Infidel

Benchmade Triage

Cold Steel AD-15

Spyderco Para 3



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They're very nice knives; good quality. Way to rich for my white trash blood. I'm a Kershaw type of guy.
 

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Leatherman makes such awesome multitools. I have a gerber and its not quite as good as my leatherman.


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Leatherman Wave is my go to. I have a Nite-Ize hip pocket for it (along with my flashlight and writing utensils), and it will be getting put back to use again as Live Events start to come back.
 

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It kinda explains how some of the bolts i couldn't loosen were put on on in the first place.
 

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Absolutely. I've had to snap several lug bolts to get a flat tire off. Enough, to the point of thinking they were crossed threaded on purpose.
 

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. . . . Besides, he already has a couple off so I'd say safe to assume he knows which way to turn them?
I noticed that too, but, there's no burning around them. Maybe they were already off? Either way . . . . glad it's not my truck.
 

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One of the first things I do to a new to me, used, vehicle is pull all the wheels an inspect the brakes, add synthetic brake grease to the backs of the pads for disk brakes, and add anti-sieze to the threads of the studs or lug bolts. Makes life so much easier if I have a road side flat to deal with. Although, the last few I just plugged and re-inflated w/o removing the wheel! Just like the bike.
 

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When I once replaced the drive shafts of my Odyssey I used a breaker bar and my hydraulic Jack to loosen the axle nut. I believe it needs 260 ftlbs . Worked like a charm.


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