The long handled metal wrench tool works very well any will only mark
the ears very mildly on the edges (not the face of the knock off). In
my opinion this tool provides the safest leverage on the knock offs,
allowing you to really tighten it up, and it is also very easy to undo
them with this tool. In fact I get the knock offs on and off much
faster with this tool than banging away with the copper THOR. The
tool stores easily and compactly in the boot between the spare and the
back wall of the boot.
'53 BN1 '64 BJ8
On 6/23/05, Awgertoo@aol.com <Awgertoo@aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 6/23/2005 6:50:49 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> What causes the least damage while ensuring fully-tightened knockoffs?
> Unquestionably the lead hammer is easiest on the knockoffs--it deforms easily
> and damages neither the metal nor the finish.
> So Mike, when are you going to resume those great "Guess That Part" contests?
> they were fun.
> Best--Michael Oritt