What is a safe way to clean corrosion?
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Tue Jul 22 10:12:05 CDT 2008
> Roy J. Tellason wrote:
>> Where did you find a T1 driver?
>> I went looking a while back for smaller than the T10 that I had on
>> hand, and what I ended up with were four of those hexagonal bits that
>> fit into a magnetic handle/holder, I thiink numbers 6, 7, 8, and 9
>> (they're not here) and am still bumping into smaller stuff than what
>> those will handle. But that was the smallest that the Snap-On guy had
>> available that day on his truck...
> No where local, though Sears had a T6. I had to order online. I found
> a vendor on Amazon.com (Micro-Tools) that sold them as separate items.
> Most places only had sets and those rarely had lower than a T6 or T10.
Dunno about a T1, but Home Despot usually has a mini-driver set
that's 8 bits - 4 double-ended inserts with 3 stored in the plastic
handle. They go from T4-T10 + T15, they're about 8 bucks, they look
cheesy as hell, and they're GOOD bits. I have a Philips/blade set and a
Torx set. IIRC they're made by Husky.
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