Using an old brace as a wrench?

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Jim K wrote:

You're looking at it from the wrong direction. Rather than looking back the timeline, remember that His Dad had his own, and the Grad Dad had his own also. You've got your own. Look toward the future.
Dave in Fairfax
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Wow. That's a pretty strange notion of foreplay, even for a sWisconsonite. Does St. Suzan know of this Dawn woman?
OBWW: My brace is from my paternal grandfather's tool collection. I also have a toolbox he built along with sundry other tools (he was a mechanic by trade, not a woodworker).
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On Tue, 01 Feb 2005 10:05:35 -0500, the inscrutable Bob G.

He could swing by HF and pick up the set of 3 (1/4, 3/8, 1/2") hex-driven square drive adapters for $1.99. They'll fit the standard high-quality ancient brace. (Go for it, Varky!)

Sacre bleu, Bob. Speed wrenches are so outr!
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Lee Valley. Bought a set about 6 months ago. Check the web site.
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