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How to Remove Rounded or Broken Bolts Fast and Easy ( The Top 5 ways )

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I am not sure I will watch a video and take advice from someone who thinks a wrench is spelled "range".
 

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I am not sure I will watch a video and take advice from someone who thinks a wrench is spelled "range".
That sownds sooper southern drawwww
 

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That sownds sooper southern drawwww
I would find "spanner" perfectly acceptable, as used by our mates across the waters.

But "range" means to me, a kitchen stove, a numeric or other sequence with boundaries, or some area of land with a purpose, such as grazing or shooting.
 

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I would find "spanner" perfectly acceptable, as used by our mates across the waters.

But "range" means to me, a kitchen stove, a numeric or other sequence with boundaries, or some area of land with a purpose, such as grazing or shooting.
My ex wife(southerner) called a window sill a seal. Couldn't even say sill!
 

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Couldn't even say sill!
Not a problem. Just spell it correctly. The French have worked this out, and surely the Chinese and Japanese that apparently have not a bit of connection between the written and spoken words.
 

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Not a problem. Just spell it correctly. The French have worked this out, and surely the Chinese and Japanese that apparently have not a bit of connection between the written and spoken words.
As a linguist with a few languages under my belt, I agree.
 

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Never saw those extractor open end wrenches.
Not snap-on plus, but sort of turbo socket teeth.
Tools are fun.
 

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He uses knipex adjustable pliers in the vid. In the mining industry, you aren’t a real mechanic if you don’t have a set of knipex in your pocket.
 

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He uses knipex adjustable pliers in the vid. In the mining industry, you aren’t a real mechanic if you don’t have a set of knipex in your pocket.
AvE has entered the chat
 

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Ive used easy outs not for big deals though
 

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That's an Indian accent if ever I heard one.... with a hint of British melded in there....