<VV> beat up bolt heads, and the wrenches that cause that
corvairduval at cox.net
Tue Dec 11 21:01:56 EST 2007
And the 13/16" deep for the valve studs is another!
djtcz at comcast.net wrote:
>Socket wrenches usually have a chamfer or bevel on the open end.
>The chamfer demonstates good workmanship, and probably reduces stress concentration in the socket little bit, but when a bolt head or nut is not full height the lost contact area can beat up the fastener and the wrench will slip. I have a few 6 pt sockets whose ends I've ground flat to provide maximum bolt hex contact. As I recall Corvair flywheel size is one.
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