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    Pinch wrench

    Used to replace front hub bearing on Suzuki Vitara.
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    Cool! Would you have a pic of it in action?
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    DIYer I will check my picture file to see if I can find one o fit in use. Thanks.

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    Thanks Manitoba Man! I've added your Pin Wrench to our Automotive category, as well as to your builder page: Manitoba Man's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Sorry to DIYer, my photo of the pin wrench in use on my Suzuki has been shot down in The Cloud. It appears to have vanished. The pins on the wrench engage the holes on a threaded ring so you can loosen or tighten the ring. See example below from the net.

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    I'm a tightwad when it comes to specialty tools. Made a lot of makeshift tools like this. Thanks for sharing Manitoba Man.


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