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12/31/2023 11:33 AM  #1

Hex bit master set


I'm putting these easy to read stickers on a Christmas present.  What y'all think?  I likes em!

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12/31/2023 12:16 PM  #2

Re: Hex bit master set

Looks good to me.

Original owner - 351w,T-5, 4whl disks, power R&P

12/31/2023 2:39 PM  #3

Re: Hex bit master set

Here's how they turned out.  I actually cut and made a couple of the small ones.  Couldn't figure out how to make 5/64 though.

Might ask the eBay seller if he got small stickers.

If multiple things can go wrong, the one that will go wrong will be the one that causes the most damage.
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1/01/2024 9:11 AM  #4

Re: Hex bit master set

Looks like a helpful addition. 

65 Fastback, 351W, 5-speed, 4 wheel discs, 9" rear,  R&C Front End.

1/01/2024 9:27 AM  #5

Re: Hex bit master set

To small, LOL

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1/02/2024 2:46 PM  #6

Re: Hex bit master set

I bought some of those for my sockets a few years ago.  Most of them fell off over time, in spite of me thoroughly cleaning the sockets beforehand.  Of course, it's always possible that yours won't do that 🤞

Last edited by John Ha (1/02/2024 2:46 PM)

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