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In my case there are no spanner holes of slots. Believe me I would have made one if I had the chance. -Best, Robert
On 05/26/2021 11:21 AM M Hambrick <mhambrick563@...> wrote:
Are there any holes in either piece that would allow you to use a real spanner wrench ? There are two 1/8” holes in the face of my AD2767 that I assumed were intended to allow a spanner wrench to be used. Before I got the strap wrenches I made a home made spanner out of aluminum bar stock and 1/8” dowel pins that worked great.
On May 25, 2021, at 1:47 PM, John Jennings <johnrogerjennings@...> wrote:
They must be tight! I've had a few choice words with my stuff throughout the years...
These are very similar to the pair I purchased .>$40.00. The ribs would slip before gaining traction. I sent them back. I decided to attempt my older oil filter strap wrenches and they failed as well. The locking ring and adjustable rotating lens are tightly cinched - locked - and require return to A-P for another round of unseizing. It's my fault for not understanding the mechanism. Had I known I was effectively executing a lock nut on top of a thread run to its maximum I would have never parked the scope in its current position. -Best, Robert
Just replaced my 15 year old strap wrenches with these:
The good news is that they have ribs on the rubber that will help with slippage.