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    How does one use the strap wrench No. 5? I have 2 and I was told to use it to turn pipes. I guess tha one should go one direction and the other the opposite way. Can you guys lead me to a posted picture or site that will show how it is used. Just need to know this fast.

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    Re: Strap wrenches

    http://www.sixty61.com/images/site/f...allation-2.jpg

    http://www.galwaypumps.com/images/step_8b.gif

    http://www.thediscounttoolbox.com/im...rap/strap4.jpg
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      Re: Strap wrenches

      Every strap wrench I have every had were just crap, duct tape and multi grisps is the way to go.

      Tony

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        Re: Strap wrenches

        Originally posted by AFM View Post
        Every strap wrench I have every had were just crap, duct tape and multi grisps is the way to go.

        Tony
        Thanks Tony I used this today on some chrome tap flanges, works really well.
        I am surprised I didn't think of it earlier.
        I suppose if I had I might be sitting next to God, although I may need a big crowbar to push Rick out.

        Simon

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          Re: Strap wrenches

          I used to use an old leather belt to take off my oil filter.

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            Re: Strap wrenches

            Originally posted by EasyEman View Post
            I used to use an old leather belt to take off my oil filter.
            i did too ... until i broke my belt.

            steve
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