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    Screw it

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    Re: Screw it

    Interesting... but no Torx.
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    Re: Screw it

    When I saw the thread title, boss, I thought you might have seen the same picture that I saw on FB

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    Re: Screw it

    Quote Originally Posted by HealeyRick View Post
    When I saw the thread title, boss, I thought you might have seen the same picture that I saw on FB
    Well, the ball joint is good at least - YIKES!
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    Re: Screw it

    I've seen a lot of nails used as pins but never a drywall screw. sheesh.
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    Re: Screw it

    Quote Originally Posted by DrEntropy View Post
    I've seen a lot of nails used as pins but never a drywall screw. sheesh.
    Had enough money for drilled and slotted rotors but couldn't afford a new castellated nut and cotter pin?
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    Re: Screw it

    Notice that drywall screw is a square drive. I suspect it is based on the robertson. BTW, I have used many of those in deck screws and they truly are superior to phillips.
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    Re: Screw it

    Quote Originally Posted by HealeyRick View Post
    Had enough money for drilled and slotted rotors but couldn't afford a new castellated nut and cotter pin?
    And drywall screws are on the brittle side too! Yikes!
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    Re: Screw it

    When we bought our Winnebago, I had to get a Robertson screwdriver.
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    Re: Screw it

    Quote Originally Posted by HealeyRick View Post
    Had enough money for drilled and slotted rotors but couldn't afford a new castellated nut and cotter pin?
    Those crazy 4-wheel drive guys! Any fix to get you underway.
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