Thursday, April 23, 2015

Does this seem vaguely sexual to y'all?

Or is it just me?


10 comments:

Tony Tsquared said...

I see a new carb for the Dyna very soon...

Ian Restil said...

You race horsepower, but you drive torque.

J Bogan said...

Useful Toolage. Some have a hex molded to the shank (In metal)Can apply a lot more torque that way.

Angel eyes said...

I see a three way. Consenting, of course.

Anonymous said...

kinda funny how they showed that with a Harley in the background.. hmmm could it be because they keep vibrating stuff loose...
nah can't be that...
me and a friend were riding he was on his heritage and his damn heel shifter fell off and damn near hit me in the head.. good thing i was fast and ducked..
livin to ride

rickn8or said...

And all these years I've been chewing up the handle with Vise-Grips...

Bryn said...

I'll never lok at my tool, sorry, tools, in the same way again....
Sorry ladies, my current bike does not vibrate.....

Bryn said...

.....Sigh......
Typo: "lok" = "look"....
Got distracted thinking about tools and their uses.....

genericviews said...

It's not about the shape of the handle. It's about how the handle is formed. Do this with most screwdrivers and you will simpley break the shaft loose from the handle. And never try this with a phillips head or slotted screw. OK for TORX and deep hexes. But it is best if you have metal on metal, not metal on plastic on metal. That;s why they make all those torx bits for your ratchets.

Use the right tools.

Dave In Indiana said...

Good luck. If the screw is that tight the driver will most likely just cam out of its slot and eventually strip the slot. Usually easier to gingerly (sorry Angel)drill through the screws head, remove what ever the screw is holding down, then remove the remainder of the screw by fingers since the axial load on the threads has been relieved.