I was curious to see if Snap-On offered a 7mm in one of their sets, and since the catalog is handy, I looked it up. They do offer a full set in standard length L wrenches, but not in the long L or T wrenches. Regardless, bring lots of cash if you want one!
Sure, Snap-On is expensive, but it's often the only way to find some oddball tools.
Ed Wagner Owasso, OK
The spirit is willing but the flesh is middle-aged.
-----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Jack Gabus Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2006 3:29 PM To: email@example.com Subject: [CR]7 MM Hex
I see now that we have emptied our trash in our email box from the last two days of nonsense we are back to bike talk. The 7 mm hex (allen wrench) has always been curious to me. Hardly anybody sell it in a package and it can be bought only separately(See Sears Dept. Stores). Maybe it has to do with the # 7..very lucky number. I have several of them and I have a piece of yellow electrical tape wrapped around them so I can find it immediately. I always wondered why the Italian used this unique size for the stem quill. The No. 7 .... Hhmmm maybe it is a Catholic, Italian, Pope thing. All I know is I carry one with me on every ride. Call me superstitious.
Happy New Year,
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Jack (Giacomo) Gabus Laguna Beach, CA firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.wooljersey.com/gallery/Giacomo-Gabus?page=1
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