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Old 07-19-2012, 04:02 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by bigjayjay1 View Post
At the track hard to use this method you can buy the Grabits at Home Depot. The grabits work good but for me this one works better I have both. You can start small and move up if needed its only failed twice used more then 10 times 90% was under the chassis with threadlock.

I have never had one fail yet and I have removed at least 20 stripped screws with them. I am not faulting you by any means but I at least wanted to point out that you have to make sure you drill out the screw enough and make sure you have plenty of pressure on the grabit to insure it does not rip through the screw when you first seat it into place.

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