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ScottGlover

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Hi everyone just found this fourm site.

I was wondering what you all use to strip twin and earth because I have always used Kinpex pliyers and I've never used snips or anythig else.

Also my small flat screw drivers always break of and it really( no swearing)what are the best screw drivers you can buy that are really tough.

Thanks scotty
 
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Guest123

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Hey Scott, welcome along.:D

Personally I use side cutters for stripping T+E.

I feel the best drivers on the market right now are the Irazola ones, a little more expensive but worth it I feel.

Cheers.
 
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ScottGlover

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Irazola i have seen them about.

Thaks for your help
 
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ninjadeathstalk

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Just wondering about your small screwdrivers.

Are you using them for small screws or for bigger ones, because I have also broken the tip off my terminal screwdriver before and it was because I used it on too large a screw.
 
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