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M12 11 Apr 2018 04:59 #1

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Man, I really dig using my 3/8" - M12 Ratchet.
(a real torque monster)




This guy has/is now officially - Retired.




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M12 11 Apr 2018 06:20 #2

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Glad to hear good things about the tool! It is on my short list of tools I need to get. Now it has moved closer to the top!

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You can tell a professional by the lack of wrinkles in his duct tape.

M12 11 Apr 2018 08:02 #3

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Ive been a mechanic all my life but I never cared for the 3/8 air ratchet, but I loved for years my 1/4 air ratchet.
The electric one is worth looking at. :Buds

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M12 11 Apr 2018 08:14 #4

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The 1/4" Drive - M12 is better suited for the smaller Yamaha fasteners.

I use the 3/8" Drive on the bigger fasteners like Shock, Engine, Wheel,
Front Forks Bolts and Nuts.


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