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Old 03-30-2009, 11:53 AM   #1
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Default Bullit R/C Performance and RCnitronation, where are they?

i was just looking for the Bullit tools and seems like the Rcnitronation website is gone or atleast i couldnt get to it. does anybody know if they are still around or if anyone else sells the Bullit tools?

on a similar note how was the wear on the Bullit tools compared to MIP/Thorp or dynamite? i havent found any drivers with a 1/4" bit that are anywhere near as long as the bullit tools, or any company that makes a 1.5mm ballend (how is a 1.5mm ball end supposed to even last more than 2 uses )
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Old 03-30-2009, 12:21 PM   #2
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Bullit tools are the best I've ever used. I have a few sets and I'm concerned about replacement tips since Bullit is no longer.

The manufacturer wasn't Bullit anyway, though. Bullit just imported them. Finding the actual manufacturer is what we gotta do.
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I'd like to know where to get replacements also. Just over two years of wrenching almost everyday and I finally broke one. I MIGHT have been using a little bit extra leverage though, LOL. But several other methods of removal didn't budge that screw, so I still have HUGE faith in these wrenches.
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Here's a couple 1.5mm ball wrenches, can't say as to the quality though.


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I know this is an old thread, but I finally (I'm very heartbroken) broke one of my Bullit hex driver tips... Any leads on replacements... I've never been able to find any that are as long as the Bullit tips..
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