I am not real sure if I have this correct but I THINK the name of the wrench
you are looking for is called a spanner. It looks like a half circle with a
hook at the tip pointing to the inside. The hook locks into the groove and
when you push the handle the hook drags the ring around to loosen or
tighten. Now I don't know where to get one but if the name is right you may
be able to find what you are looking for. Larry
I know exactly what you mean. Rather good description. I have never seen a
router that needed such a wrench but I have seen them for other things. Near
as I know, these are made by the manufacturer for the specific piece of
equipment. I have never seen them sold separately. You may have to make one.
I hadn't thought of that. By the description, I was thinking of a different
type. If it is indeed a spanner (American spanner, the Brits call an open
end wrench a spanner), track down a Snap-On dealer. They have them. Others
do to but these are easiest to find (around here anyway).
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