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Old 07-24-2009, 02:06 AM   #16
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Hold on, I may have complained too soon.

http://www.integy.com/st_main.html?p_catid=161

Scroll down to P.N. C22778 and then to the bottom of the page. This all looks close to what the Bullit RC wrenches are like.

1) I can't tell if the tool handle is a quick change like the cordless drivers use.

2) The small end of the bits look like they are pretty short. So if the end were rounded off there is no cutting the tip down to get fresh edges. Like with the old "L" shaped allen wrenches. If they rounded off you could grind/cut down the worn part and have fresh new edges.

Overall these are looking pretty good. I'm going to order a set next payday and see how they compare to the Bullit wrenches.
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Old 07-24-2009, 03:15 AM   #17
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I have a set of those and they are not for me, the grip handle is very slippery and small diameter. I have thought about taking the dremel with a cut off wheel and grinding a knurled pattern in mine.
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Hold on, I may have complained too soon.

http://www.integy.com/st_main.html?p_catid=161

Scroll down to P.N. C22778 and then to the bottom of the page. This all looks close to what the Bullit RC wrenches are like.

1) I can't tell if the tool handle is a quick change like the cordless drivers use.

2) The small end of the bits look like they are pretty short. So if the end were rounded off there is no cutting the tip down to get fresh edges. Like with the old "L" shaped allen wrenches. If they rounded off you could grind/cut down the worn part and have fresh new edges.

Overall these are looking pretty good. I'm going to order a set next payday and see how they compare to the Bullit wrenches.
Stay away from those hex drivers. The tips break really easy and for some reason those drivers really like to strip your screws.
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