BTW - I see you ordered the 1 size wrench. hopefully that works out for you but keep in mind a "Set" will be much better in the long run. Even if you get a Cheapo set for just tightening the fittings. as is the case, you may find you need other sizes for other projects down the road and adding wrenches Piece by Piece can cost a lot more. .....
......Yeh, it's a bit nuts to me. The 11mm Cman fit on perfect (no play) but the 11mm Snap-On just hit against it. Tried it from another angle and same thing......[/QUOTE]
Man, you can always tell the old farts in tha house hahaha
I hung a FW back door yesterday, by my F self mind you. I've accumulated 4 sets of metric box/ends through life, and it (my life) was made easier fershur with the multiple 11s for the hinges including one "re-purposed" just for the job.
And +20 on fit being different between sets. Tools gotta be the cheapest, but most valuable assets there am. No matter what or how many you buy, every dollar spent guarantees triple-digit ROI.
Thread-related: I did all brand new everything brakes all around when I got my current FWB 3 years ago. Y'all made me remember using either my metric or Eng. line wrench breaking loose the first slave, but the other side was either too loose or tight so I had to switch to the other style line wrench for it. You SAS don't want to round those off if any way to avoid it.
Plus, I'll offer that I've had good luck with a good quality huge (8" or 12") crescent (not regular end wrench) locked down hard to get a good bite and not round off if a line wrench is lacking or absent - that is if you can find good angle and enough room to get it on square.
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