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    The most useful tool I own for working on my skis

    It has a magnetic tip with a light & makes retrieving all the little parts you drop much easier. I didn't expect it to work very well since all the harware we use is stainless, but it will grab SS well enough to get stuff out of even the tightest spaces, including under the engine. It has saved me countless trips to the dealer/HW store to replace stuff I couldn't fish out. If it weren't for this tool my skis would sound like maracas every time I hit rough water.
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    ohhh, I likey the one with the light!

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    I need one for stainless steel

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    I need one for stainless steel
    +100 ...the little tool with a swivel mirror on it is priceless too

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    I need one for stainless steel
    you need chewing gum or duct tape for ss

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    Quote Originally Posted by txgp1300r View Post
    you need chewing gum or duct tape for ss
    I always keep a little piece of butal tape in the tool box, workr alot better then gum.... You can also use it to hold nuts and bolt in sockets for thoughs hard to reach places.

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    I use mine mostly to retrieve lost tools under the engine. Also the flexible mirror is another must for pwc repair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainoverspray View Post
    I use mine mostly to retrieve lost tools under the engine. Also the flexible mirror is another must for pwc repair.
    +1. Yeah especially for those tools that are at arm's length plus an inch.

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