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I got mine from Classic Parts. In hindsight would have gotten the ones that attach to the ratchet. Although I haven’t had any clutch drive screws I haven’t been able to remove, I suspect once I get to the bodywork, the Clutch Drive Socket Set may have more power to remove the screws. I will probably be buying a set of the sockets.
Last edited by Phak1; Wed Nov 20 2019 01:46 AM.
1952 Chevrolet 3100 w/‘59 235 & hydraulic lifters “Three on the Tree” & 4:11 torque tube 12v w/ Alternator