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Discussion in 'Tech Tips' started by GreyImport, Feb 23, 2013.
Exactly how Ive found it too Fred
Snap On tools... or the yanks if you prefer... refer to these as posi-drive...
Then they are plonkers ..... posi drive is just a supposedly 'better' version of a Philips
I spent four months in Japan a couple of years ago and this is what I most looked forward to taking home.....
You'll never ever regret buying JIS screwdrivers
Posidrive is different again, It has 8 points.
Just when you think it has been put to bed.
Looking at the difference between JIS B 4633 & ISO 8764-1 doesn't seem to be much in it.
Nevertheless I will try to get some Sunflag 215-P to try them out. I noticed on eBay most of the ads seem to be in Aus. I found some here https://www.monotaro.sg/g/00697868/
@GreyImport could you rename the thread "Dimples - Wrong Screwdriver" or something. I don't think new members will be tempted to read that title and it is important.
My Sunflag 215-P screwdrivers arrived and they are very good. Add them to your list of possible choices if you need to buy a set.
Cant find them online .. u have a link or pics? ...
My original JIS is still going strong but another wont go astray as Im always using it somewhere
Sorry missed your info a few posts up ... too intent on doing admin thread name changing duties
Square shaft is interesting
well that explains all the cam out damage on my japanese bikes from previous owners and myself , after almost 40 years of playing with bikes , i learned something new and it really is'nt my fault.
looks like i need to get a set or 2 of these, probably make life easier if i have them in my service truck as well
even a common philips head scew can't be standard any more
Hi Gamma, I've been to Winnipeg, it is cold.
it sure can be . we are just coming out of a -30 degree celsius with -40to -50 wind chill spree , it has been a long cold winter.
yesterday was -2 it was t shirt weather
Perfect thread revival at the perfect time . Bought myself a set of jis bits for my impact driver to remove the shifter mechanism in the engine.
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We've had the hottest last 3 month's in a long time here.
January had the hottest recorded day in the last 80 year's in Adelaide, 47.4° C
I would happily swap some of todays +36 for some snow.
DMS-Industries at Heathcote in Sydneys south have a large range of these drivers and other most useful tools. Also large ebay presence.
I found this little gem on Ebay... long postage time from Japan but it will come in handy with the 2 Honda's
as far as the ultrasonic cleaners go , worth every penny and buy the biggest one you can afford, bought a small one and as a exsperament bought a pk of bicarb soda from super market ,loaded it a top loader blaster and hit the carb for about 2 mins then into the sonic , the carb was off a duc 250 and been ratterling around a box of parts for 20-30 yrs , very greasy/dirty etc came up incredible , would have been most of a day with a toothbrush and still wouldn't have been as good , only regret was didn't get a bigger one