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Long T27 Torx bit (for a rocket driver)

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Spoon Carving With Tom, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. Spoon Carving With Tom

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    Posts I have read have old part numbers so doing another thread. Looking for a t27 torx to fit down along side the cylinder to release the bolts on an MS 260. Want it to fit into a socket so I can use a torque wrench with it. I don’t want the t- handle version! In Australia. Can’t find anything...
     
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    Irwin is pretty good stuff, I have wiha, which is great.

    I just looked up one to show you.

    I can search more for you, since you don't have a computer....................
     
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    The original Stihl one:
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    0812 542 2104
     
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    Yeah, I like clicking it in my drill/driver.

    I Don't use a torque wrench.....
     
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    I'm guessing it would take about 100 ft-lb to twist that shaft...how much torque you planning to apply?

    I bought mine on ebay for like a buck delivered, then tig welded a 50¢ flea market socket to it.
     
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