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Re: my dads old crescent wrench
goofyokie #1386266 Sat Nov 28 2020 04:12 AM
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Originally Posted by goofyokie
Many years ago, my dad and I were working on a hay baler, and next day we noticed that the screw knurl and pin were missing off his 12 inch crescent wrench (model at112).
After he died, I inherited his tool box, and that wrench was still in the box (still without the adjustment screw). For many years I just left it as-is and kept it, just out of memories.
About a week ago, I decided it would be nice to find the parts and get it into working order. To my dismay, I have not been able to find the knurl and pin and spring to repair a
model at112 crescent wrench. you can find replacement parts for 6, 8, 10, etc. size wrenches, but for some reason amazon, e-bay, and all second-hand suppliers do not have the
replacement parts for a 12 inch (at112) wrench. Is there some reason that the 12 inch crescent wrench (at112) is a dinosaur product? I would appreciate any suggestions as to
where I might obtain the replacement parts, or should I just frame it over my workbench?

Thanks, Goofyokie42


This came from an auction, a mom and pop hardware store was closing down having lost out to the big box stores.. The spare parts that they had for such wrench rebuilds...


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Re: my dads old crescent wrench
goofyokie #1393942 Sat Jan 23 2021 09:40 PM
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Hello Okie,

You might keep your eyes open at a swap meet or flea market for a doner wrench, occasionally one will show up
which parts could be robbed off of. I have used a 1/4-28 thread bolt cut down for a pin on a 10-12 inch crescent.
Good Luck

Re: my dads old crescent wrench
goofyokie #1394513 Wed Jan 27 2021 12:40 AM
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At home we had several old Vlchek flat head wrenches,mostly worn-out,I ran across some that were pretty comfortable to use though. I used to use nothing but snap-on didn't get hurt as bad !!

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