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    How to torque your prop in two steps without a vise:

    Just follow the pics:
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    Good one ...but how tight do you really need to get it?

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    Looks like dad has a nice strong back.

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    I give it a quick tap and let the engine do the rest

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    You're a cheesehead AbsentX? Bummer...

    Z- as crappy as their tools are, it sure is convenient to have them around every once in a while. Heck they're disposable tools! Use them twice and they're broken... but for $2.99 who cares??? It was just to make a tough repair for the weekend anyways...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibreakstuff View Post
    You're a cheesehead AbsentX? Bummer...

    Z- as crappy as their tools are, it sure is convenient to have them around every once in a while. Heck they're disposable tools! Use them twice and they're broken... but for $2.99 who cares??? It was just to make a tough repair for the weekend anyways...

    They definetly sell some crap! I have their mill and it is pretty nice
    some of the hand tools are ok but not the cheapest ones but your correct in a pinch they are good to have! and a vise would be hard to f up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    .....and a vise would be hard to f up!
    Actually, it's not that hard. I broke the jaws on a HF vise. But the price was right so I bought another one to use for crap jobs.

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    We broke one trying to squeeze a dollar bill.

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