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  1. I have my electrical and gas licences, and I’m looking for a decent set of ratcheting wrenches. I don’t mind spending money on a quality set since I’ve always considered money spent on a decent tool was a good investment. Any recommendations?
  2. Looking for a review on a tap wrench the we have designed and created at Northern Machining. Not sure if I can post the link to the wrench but here are some pics. This tap wrench was designed 100% by the staff at Northern Machining. It is like no other tap wrench on the market today. The uniqueness of our wrench comes from its ability to maintain center with the central position of the tap, which it is holding. With conventional tap wrenches, center alignment is always lost because only one jaw, which holds the tap, moves. With our self-centering tap wrench, both jaws move uniformly, thus keeping a central position no matter the size of the tap which it is holding. Our Tap Wrench gives inline support for taps without center holes, on a drill press or milling machine.Place stem up into a drill chuck for centering over a hole and to keep both hands free to turn the wrench. (will feed the spindle down by itself instead of keeping pressure on the spindle with one hand).Two sided locking pressure which doesn’t tend to loosen like conventional types.Fully replaceable items100% tool steel with hardened jaws and body for long life
  3. Bosch has released a 2 in 1 driver and wrench in a brushless 18v version: http://www.twwholesale.co.uk/product.php/section/6115/sn/Bosch-GDX18V-EC-18V Any one know if these are any good? Not usually a fan of combining tools but in the market for both so could save a few quid buying just the one tool. Cheers
  4. Hi all new to the forum, just thought I'd start to get my two cents in on Milwaukee. Recently purchased multiple FUEL products awaiting delivery will write full review. M18 2653-22 M18 FUEL impact driver 2603-20 M18 FUEL drill 2655-22 M18 FUEL 1/2 impact wrench 2663-20 M18 High Torque impact wrench M12 2454-20 M12 FUEL 2 speed 3/8* impact wrench 2402-20 M12 FUEL 2 speed screwdriver 2403-22 M12 FUEL drill/driver 2.0/4.0 2457-20 M12 cordless 3/8* ratchet All tools purchased for work on a tool binge month. I've only received the 2653-22 so far as the others are bundled together in pre-order purchases. I have built a ski and boot rack of ply-wood and 2x4's since then, Initial thoughts are the LED helps alot, FUEL's "mode" selector is amazing which is kinda what sold me on the other M18 impact wrench 2655-22 as you can precisely gauge the power your putting to the fastener. I also really was drawn to the extended run-time of Brushless and 2.0/4.0 batteries. Thats it for now should have everything shipped to my door by Mid-March.
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