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Author: Subject: WANTED: 44mm 12 point (Bi-Hex) socket or cranked ring spanner
MK9R

posted on 17/3/16 at 09:24 AM Reply With Quote
WANTED: 44mm 12 point (Bi-Hex) socket or cranked ring spanner

Cant for the life of me find one that isnt a 6 sided impact socket!!!

Can any one help??





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Pojo

posted on 17/3/16 at 09:34 AM Reply With Quote
How about this

FACOM K.44 3/4" DRIVE BI - HEXAGONAL ( HEX / HEXAGON ) (12 POINT) SOCKET 44MM

Very expensive though

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MK9R

posted on 17/3/16 at 09:36 AM Reply With Quote
Lol just found that!! Annoying I have to cut it up as its too make a tool for the workshop. Can't even check itsvthe correct size without cutting it up.

And yes expensive, was hoping for some cheap poo as got to weld it on to an adaptor

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Pojo

posted on 17/3/16 at 09:37 AM Reply With Quote
good luck
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Rosco86

posted on 17/3/16 at 09:54 AM Reply With Quote
how about getting something laser cut instead?





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nick205

posted on 17/3/16 at 10:04 AM Reply With Quote
A shame you have to modify it

I've done that before and then realised I need the original tool.








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theconrodkid

posted on 17/3/16 at 11:16 AM Reply With Quote
ill have a look in the dark corner of my garage later,does it have to be bihex?.





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rj

posted on 17/3/16 at 12:33 PM Reply With Quote
I got a 3/4 drive socket set recently, all 12 point sockets, 40 delivered off ebay. I will no longer be defeated by hub nuts !
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MK9R

posted on 17/3/16 at 12:47 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by rj
I got a 3/4 drive socket set recently, all 12 point sockets, 40 delivered off ebay. I will no longer be defeated by hub nuts !


Has it got a 44mm though??





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tul214

posted on 17/3/16 at 01:03 PM Reply With Quote
A bit cheaper





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MK9R

posted on 17/3/16 at 01:07 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by tul214
A bit cheaper


Brill thanks. Ordered





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theconrodkid

posted on 17/3/16 at 02:54 PM Reply With Quote
found it in the end tho 50mm may be a bit slack





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nick205

posted on 17/3/16 at 03:05 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by rj
I got a 3/4 drive socket set recently, all 12 point sockets, 40 delivered off ebay. I will no longer be defeated by hub nuts !


Now hub nuts are hard work - tight and need some muscle to loosen/tighten.








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