- Feb 23, 2010
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- Crescent City Florida
I think it was a good tool in the right hand but used to salvage brake drums that should have gone in the scrap heap.
What's a drum mic? LOLWe always measured them back then to be within limits. Now I bet there are a ton of thin ones running around on our cars.
Can you still get parts for them?Seriously on that one. Hey what is this?
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AAmaco yes believe it or not. The cutting bits are really a common machinist bit.Can you still get parts for them?
BL-20099 | | Repair Kit for 8500 Brake Drum MicrometerNo I mean the drum mic's
That's a locking flat head screwdriver.
The printing on the handle gives it away. This is one too. But a screw starter. They make them for Robertson and Phillips.That's a locking flat head screwdriver.
I bet. Those little screws don't belong down below the breaker plate. I have a few in my ignition drawer anong with feeler gauges and the like. I used to have a bunch of those little grease capsules but I have used them all up throughout the years.I use the heck out of them doing distributors!
How would dielectric grease work? Asking for a friend.Ever need some let me know Mike I dont use them I have tubes of point lube I have found.