MAC, I know you are a wrench guy. Question?

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  1. JJDealer

    JJDealer Well-Known Member

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    Other than Proto, do you know of another company that makes thin wrenches. I had a few made but the fucker made them out of cast and they have now all busted. The Proto would be perfect except I need it to be about 10" for leverage. Ideas or pay some real dough to get it made proper? Thanks

    Oh, I'm looking for a 1 1/8".

    http://www.stanleyproto.com/xhtml/LITERATURE/PROTOULTRATHINWRENCHES_P20712.PDF
     
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    SK used to.

    I've ground down import crap to work before, too
     
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    MAC is a stand up guy, thanks for the help. Heading to Spokane in a few weeks for a quick job. Convention center, Event center one of those.
     
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