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Old 20-03-16, 08:34 PM   #501
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Or needle nose pliers
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Old 20-03-16, 08:38 PM   #502
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Would need to be really small. Worth looking into.

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I have a couple but they're designed for working on electrics rather than vehicles. Jewellery pliers would also be good
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Old 20-03-16, 10:04 PM   #504
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If you're going to spend money then get the right tool, having used it now a number of times, it's well worth it. Pressing other things into service is doable, but not always, as you can see from the scratches. Pliers mainly work for the things that have slots rather than holes to undo e.g. screw rings, although you can use a pair of screwdrivers at a push, but it's tricky and you can't get much leverage.

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Old 21-03-16, 07:32 AM   #505
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Was thinking the same thing!
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I dug this out of the loft. Thought you guys might be interested.


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Like a little spy cam. Can you even still get film?

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I've no idea. It's not Minox quality but still interesting. It's got a sticky shutter that needs attention before I put a film through it, if I can get some.
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Damn that is obscure, check this though
http://www.apug.org/forum/index.php?...olta-16.34974/
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Interesting. Thanks for that.
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