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Used Surplus Proto Service Wrenches

Discussion in 'Tools of the Trade' started by gtermini, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. gtermini

    gtermini Well-Known Member

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    I'd like to preface this by saying I'm am not affiliated in any way with the company, I just figured I'd share these in case anybody was looking for a reasonable buy on them, and they're relating to equipment repair. If this doesn't belong mods, please delete away.

    I bought a set myself of the 24 sizes they had. I used the new customer promo code "WELCOME2USRO" for 20% off. With free freight, the bill was $280.

    http://www.unclesamsretailoutlet.co...=Y&sort=4&cat=261&brand=Proto&show=100&page=1

    Greyson
     
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  2. JD955SC

    JD955SC Senior Member

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    If only I wasn't in the middle of buying a house...
     
  3. gtermini

    gtermini Well-Known Member

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    Wrenches showed up today. They appear NOS with some light rash from bouncing around. No engravings or grind marks. ID stickers are shellacked on and should come off easy. No complaints here.

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    Greyson
     
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  4. ChiffChiff

    ChiffChiff Member

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    What's the size range you got there?
     
  5. gtermini

    gtermini Well-Known Member

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    3/4 to 2-1/2 by 16ths to 2, then 8ths. No 1-11/16.

    Greyson
     
  6. ckblum

    ckblum Member

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    Thanks for the heads up. Just ordered a set shipped to the border!
     
  7. colson04

    colson04 Senior Member

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    What's the purpose of these wrenches? I'm just curious, I've never seen them before.

    I have a set of combination wrenches from 1-1/4" up to 2-1/2" and these look quite light for that size range.
     
  8. repowerguy

    repowerguy Senior Member

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    Hydraulic hoses and especially the hose adapters, that what they are for Colson.
     
  9. colson04

    colson04 Senior Member

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    Gotcha, thanks