Shel Bercovich warned:
>Whoa! Easy does it. :-) If I may suggest: Using a ratchet to "break" any
>nut or bolt is dangerous, first to the ratchet, and second to the hands
>that hold it.
True. A "breaker bar" would be a better choice than a ratchet.
Sorry, I rarely need a breaker bar, as I am a constant user of
anti-seize compounds. Wonderful stuff.
>On Fri, 22 Dec 1995, James Fischer wrote:
>> The "Nut At The End Of The Steering Column" is not too hard to
>> remove, IF one buys a proper HEX socket for that size nut.
>> A hex socket, NOT a 12-point is the key.
>> The proper socket is a big deep fellow, and is most likely a
>> 1/2" drive socket. You need not buy a 1/2" drive wrench, as
>> adapters that plug onto a (more standard) 3/8" ratchet wrench
>> are available for the 1/2" drive sockets.
An updated version of "A Christmas Carol" would still have Marley's
Ghost visit Scrooge, but it would be BOB Marley, playing a calypso...
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