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Postby ef37a » Fri Dec 28, 2012 11:30 pm

Andy, seeing as you are about!

Chrissy prezzie from the wife was a pair of extractors to remove screws with buggered heads.
Standard 7mm AF hex drive, each about 50mm long and with a LH "dog" one end, tapered LH screw the other. They look very well made in USA.

www.boa-uk.com

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Re: screw extractors

Postby zenguitar » Sat Dec 29, 2012 1:25 am

Cheers Dave,

I've bookmarked them already on your recommendation. Crap website though, all bells & whistles and the nitty gritty is hard to find. If I found the website without the info you provided I wouldn't have had a clue that they offered anything useful. Oh well, such is life these days.

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Re: screw extractors

Postby ef37a » Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:25 am

zenguitar wrote:Cheers Dave,

I've bookmarked them already on your recommendation. Crap website though, all bells & whistles and the nitty gritty is hard to find. If I found the website without the info you provided I wouldn't have had a clue that they offered anything useful. Oh well, such is life these days.

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Heh! Yes I found that! I visited it shortly after my post.
If you have any problems ordering let me know and I will find out from The Trouble where she got them, sure wasn't a website!

And the "other thing"? We cool.

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Re: screw extractors

Postby Dr Huge Longjohns » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:01 am

I got to a bit BOA logo and couldn't get any further no matter where I clicked! DOH!
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Re: screw extractors

Postby ef37a » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:05 am

[quote="Huge Longjohns"]I got to a bit BOA logo and couldn't get any further no matter where I clicked! DOH! [/quote

Try <info@boa-uk.com>

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Re: screw extractors

Postby DGL. » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:48 am

Huge Longjohns wrote:I got to a bit BOA logo and couldn't get any further no matter where I clicked! DOH!

http://www.boa-uk.com/extractor/extractorhome.html

That intro page it actually where you have to click on what you want.
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Re: screw extractors

Postby zenguitar » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:42 pm

ef37a wrote:
And the "other thing"? We cool.

Dave.

Of course we are Dave, no problem.

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Re: screw extractors

Postby The Red Bladder » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:58 pm

Don't leave home without them!

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Re: screw extractors

Postby ef37a » Sat Dec 29, 2012 1:04 pm

The Red Bladder wrote:Don't leave home without them!

ebay web page

Yes they are fine Red but are intended for getting out studs or screws that have lost their heads.

The gizmos I got bite into what is left of the head and allow it to turn out. I have not had the opportunity to try them out. Y'all be the first to know when I do.

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Postby The Red Bladder » Sat Dec 29, 2012 1:11 pm

I think I'm going to treat myself to both!
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Re: screw extractors

Postby IvanSC » Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:43 pm

Got both sorts and they are ALL good.

Bought my stud extractor set t Sears in the er um lemmesee early 1840s and still going strong.

The small small sizes are a bit iffy on some really reluctant screws though.
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