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    Loring in Katy, TX USA
    If your only tool is a hammer, you tend to treat all problems as if they were nails.
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  • #2
    How stupid can you get? Everyone knows you just need one metric and one imperial adjustable wrench.
    Chr's
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    • #3
      Sort of like back in highschool, when the Teach had us trace all the tools that hung on peg boards. We'd trace them on brown craftpaper side by side as they were going to hang, then cutout the trace so we had a mask that we then taped to the peg board and then using a small paint roller we'd paint the silouette on the peg board. As the Teach explained, "that way we could readily tell when a tool was missing and which tool it was". Okay??? (Really good use of our time that week!)

      CWS
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      • #4
        You think this is funny thing?
        Last edited by fruitsatisfied; 11-23-2022, 08:10 PM.

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        • dbhost

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          That's funny right there.

      • #5
        Unless I am seeing the picture wrong, the wrenches appear to be adjusted to different openings. Like what the labels state? Still very strangely, weirdly funny. Maybe someone got a REALLY good deal on a bunch of speed wrenches.
        Jim Frye
        The Nut in the Cellar.
        ”Sawdust Is Man Glitter”

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        • LCHIEN
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          Apparently so. One would not buy so many wrenches only to have to adjust them for each use!

          No telling how much time one would save in a year by having them preadjusted!
          Last edited by LCHIEN; Yesterday, 02:04 AM.

      • #6
        And of course, the 10mm is probably missing.
        From the NW corner of Montana.
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        • dbhost

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          You do know that both my shallow, and deep well 1/4" drive metric sockets all match, except the 10mm since they either broke, or took a permanent vacation somewhere in the shop... The originals are smooth, the replacements are textures barrels. They are all Husky. Go figure...

      • #7
        I don't know, they look familiar. Back at the place I used to work, some uninformed purchasing agent would have ordered several of these sets from China. Then Engineering wouild have sent them to the gauge lab to have them adjusted and then passed on to the weld shop for spotting them in place. From there they would have been sent to Quality Assurance. Anything found to be out of tolerance would be sent on to the mechanical lab to either be ground or filled to meet the specs. Engineering wouild then look them over, declared useable, and then Marketing would insist that they be marked "Made in U.S.A".



        CWS
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        • leehljp
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          "Ordered from China" but "Made in USA" LOL. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Speaking of "welding them in place" - I almost made that comment shortly after Loring posted this, but then thought "No, that is too far fetched!'
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