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    D.I.Y. on a Spyker yields some interesting tools
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    One inch torque wrench set to 408 LB.
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    • #3
      KTC Tool Box

      In the event that anyone ever needs to replace the KTC tool box only, (not the factory supplied tools contained therein) it can be purchased from the below company. The part number is EKB-2:

      Mild Co., LTD.
      3F Miyamoto Bldg.
      5-29-2 Shiba, Minato-KU
      Tokyo Japan
      Postal Code 108-0014
      http://store.shopping.yahoo.co.jp/ehimemachine/
      TEL: 089-957-6364
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      • #4
        Great resource.
        Rijk

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        • #5
          Needed a new tool for my work tomorrow.
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          • #6
            Can anyone guess the name of that tool?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by F Spider View Post
              Can anyone guess the name of that tool?
              Hi Rijk,
              Perhaps a special riveting tool to be used in really tight places where a standard sized riveting tool could not fit??
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              • #8
                Nope
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                • #9
                  nibbler tool

                  Originally posted by F Spider View Post
                  Nope
                  for taking small bites out of metal

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                  • #10
                    Very good

                    I had a very hard time to find, order and get it. Nobody has a clue but you.

                    Even the manufacturer Klein didn't have them in stock....
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                    • #11
                      a must for people that drive cars that are no longer being built

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                      • #12
                        Well, the nibbler was pretty coarse. Terrible to use when you have no tolerances. Ẃe used it to get the bulk out, but the rest was grinded out with a burr tool.
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                        • #13
                          mini die grinders work well

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                          • #14
                            The problem was really that the panel was put together too well. We were counting on that the leather was stretched over the aluminum panel, and that we could stretch and move it while we were cutting the panel. But everything was glued fully, which limited our cutting and grinding range.
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                            • #15
                              I'm not the only one that needed to bring out the big tools

                              2016-06-28-VIDEO-00000002.mp4
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