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Old 08-05-2020, 01:39 PM
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Default Identify - Adapt - Overcome!!! Not or No is not and option!!

The all new "Lance-0-Rachet" get yours today!!! Free shipping!!!
lolol!!!
Can get power tools in the space to remove the bolts to get the rotors off that rusted on....soooo... make your own!!!

Great day all!!!

Works great!!! 3 feet long...lol!!!
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So what happens when you snap the head of the bolt off?
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lance buddy.....I think you have been sniffing a bit too much of that PB blaster
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Originally Posted by Lorne Greene View Post
So what happens when you snap the head of the bolt off?
move to the next and pretend it never happened!!

Lol!!
Kidding....
I soaked them with PB blaster yesterday and then this guy if needed ------

Theee Mr. FIRE 4000!!! failure is not an option!!!
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Or , you could just use the handle from your floor jack ?
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When not being used for camping, a 3' section of pipe works just fine as a cheater without having to wreck your ratchet.
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i've used a pipe before. never though to weld a bed to a ratchet. you'd think with a lift you'd have the tools to make this happen.

I may be sweating to death walking outside today but i'll take it as opposed to dealing with that rust.
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Pipe takes to long....was doing that to start...to time consuming
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Is that a 3/8" ratchet???!!!!
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Originally Posted by GWcpa View Post
Is that a 3/8" ratchet???!!!!
1/2" Pittsburgh cheap o deal
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Originally Posted by jobowker View Post
When not being used for camping, a 3' section of pipe works just fine as a cheater without having to wreck your ratchet.
I see it.
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I got your 3' pipe and revised the All NEW NEW "LANCE 0 RATCHET "



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The teeth on that thing will fail long before you get anywhere close to needing all 36” of that bar.

so did you grind down the chrome prior to firing up the mig or just crank up that 140A machine and go for broke? ....asking for a friend

Last month I showed up at HF with some total carnage. 2 -1/2” ICON ratchets and three breaker bars I snapped off while using my Milwaukee 1440 impact and a forklift on the other end to remove some very large rusted bolts. They took everything back but not sure I’m allowed back in the store.
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#Winning! ^^^



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2 things.

1) I think you have lives under the power lines for too long.

2) don’t hit a power line with that contraption.
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Originally Posted by bjm9818 View Post
The teeth on that thing will fail long before you get anywhere close to needing all 36” of that bar.

so did you grind down the chrome prior to firing up the mig or just crank up that 140A machine and go for broke? ....asking for a friend

Last month I showed up at HF with some total carnage. 2 -1/2” ICON ratchets and three breaker bars I snapped off while using my Milwaukee 1440 impact and a forklift on the other end to remove some very large rusted bolts. They took everything back but not sure I’m allowed back in the store.
this is a 1 off dilly dally...I cranked that bitch up and gave it what for!!!
Autobahn....I hear yah!!!
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Had to introduce my son to cheater bars this weekend. Nothing fancy like that rig, just slipped a piece of pipe over the handle.

Originally Posted by Lprizman View Post
The all new "Lance-0-Rachet" get yours today!!! Free shipping!!!
lolol!!!
Can get power tools in the space to remove the bolts to get the rotors off that rusted on....soooo... make your own!!!

Great day all!!!

Works great!!! 3 feet long...lol!!!
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Originally Posted by Lprizman View Post
I got your 3' pipe and revised the All NEW NEW "LANCE 0 RATCHET "


​​​​​​ Rhode Island redneck gone wild .
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Lance is the best thing to happen to THT since Vinnie.

I like your style, Lance.
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I wonder if harbor freight will take that back after the ratchet gives out.

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