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Clutch head screwdrivers
#1334312 Tue Nov 19 2019 05:13 AM
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MH50 Offline OP
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Where is the best place to buy clutch head screwdrivers? The ones I purchased were of poor quality and sizes did not match up. I’m using screwdrivers on my 1950 4400.

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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334317 Tue Nov 19 2019 11:48 AM
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ace skiver
From whom did you buy your poor quality clutch head bits?

That information might help/warn a future bolter/buyer?


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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
tclederman #1334321 Tue Nov 19 2019 12:30 PM
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Wrench Fetcher
Try these,had great luck with them pretty strong.
https://www.amazon.com/Vermont-Amer...rewdriver&qid=1574166471&sr=8-19

Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334331 Tue Nov 19 2019 01:38 PM
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Try your local NAPA store.🛠


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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334361 Tue Nov 19 2019 06:51 PM
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The Snap-On truck rolls in to my place every Thursday, so......

The Vermont-Americans are good.

Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
tclederman #1334409 Wed Nov 20 2019 01:23 AM
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MH50 Offline OP
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I got screwdrivers off amazon at this moment I can not find the name of the brand. Thanks for everyone’s advice.

Last edited by MH50; Wed Nov 20 2019 01:30 AM.

Brad1950 4400
Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334415 Wed Nov 20 2019 01:46 AM
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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.

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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334445 Wed Nov 20 2019 05:16 AM
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Master Gabster
The socket type rock!

Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
52Carl #1334447 Wed Nov 20 2019 05:27 AM
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Originally Posted by 52Carl
The socket type rock!

My only issue with them is that they're a touch too long. A little shorter would help with leverage. I may whack mine down a bit.

Last edited by klhansen; Wed Nov 20 2019 05:27 AM.

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Re: Clutch head screwdrivers
MH50 #1334495 Wed Nov 20 2019 06:48 PM
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Master Gabster
My set came with long and short ones.

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