|[AMRadio] sources for alignment tools|
DonC at martineer.net
Tue Mar 31 12:10:28 EDT 2015
I figured you had, but wanted to check. I didn't, and that was in 2004,
and have been sorry ever since when I try to use the set. It might be
okay if I were into TV repair, as it has a multitude of the screwdriver
slot tools, but the hex tools are a joke. Thanks for posting the
number, as I have been picking up old used ones as I can and finding
them MUCH better than the new ones.
On 3/31/2015 9:29 AM, rbethman wrote:
> Sure did!
> They are fiber filled Delrin.
> A couple others are fiberglass.
> Got it last year.
> Regards, Bob - N0DGN
> On 3/31/2015 10:00 AM, Don Cunningham wrote:
>> I would just ask, has anyone bought one of these "GC" kits
>> recently?? MANY of these names of electronic tools are like the
>> TV's, etc and are NO longer the quality they once were. BEWARE, I
>> bought myself the "roll up" set of GC tools that I drooled over for
>> all my working years for myself as a retirement gift to myself and
>> it's FULL of cheap, plastic tools. Just a word to the wise.
>> Don, WB5HAK
>> On 3/31/2015 8:46 AM, rbethman wrote:
>>> Go to:
>>> They have 13 in stock and are only $18.74.
>>> Lot Cheaper than E-Pay!
>>> Regards, Bob - N0DGN
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