Though I have read that Home Depot carries Posi-Drive drivers, neither
the HD nor Lowes nearby in CT has them, nor have the employees ever heard
of Posi Drive, and neither had any interest in doing a catalogue lookup.
NAPA stores were unable to supply.
Snap On trucks do have them, professional-grade tools at professional
grade prices. You can select the color of handle you want, fortunately,
because you sure want a bright orange or lime green handle on
screwdrivers that cost this much.
That said, using the proper tool saves a lot of grief, mangled
screwheads and blood on the car.
On Sun, 23 Apr 2000 12:00:43 -0700 "Dave Wood" <email@example.com> writes:
> Interesting article Ed, I've been looking for source for the
> Posidriv bits
> since I learned they existed (recently). I wondered why my phillips
> buggered the screw heads on most of the screws in my MG (especially
> after 28
> years of removing some of them).
> Dave 72 B
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> Date: Sunday, April 23, 2000 11:02 AM
> Subject: PoziDrive !
> >I have put up on my site two page written by Norman Nock and a tool
> >regarding all about PoziDrive fasteners for your info.
> >Norman's article is about 3rd generation and a fax to boot so I had
> >display kind large which actually helped with the diagrams. I left
> the tool
> >page same size for same reason.
> >Sorry, but I have just not had time to make "links" on main page
> nor from
> >to the other. It was enough of a PITA for this BASIC beginner, as
> >Still, better than "nada"!!
> > Ed