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Old 07-01-2015, 12:59 PM   #1
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T25 tamperproof torx bit

Does anyone have a tamperproof T25 torx bit? Or the L key version.vim adjusting my throttle position sensor and everything worked with a pair of grip pliers... the tightening process isn't going so well.
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Old 07-01-2015, 01:00 PM   #2
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Does anyone have a tamperproof T25 torx bit? Or the L key version.vim adjusting my throttle position sensor and everything worked with a pair of grip pliers... the tightening process isn't going so well.
Literally need it for 5 mins.
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I have one but after you spend the gas money and time to get it you would likely be better off picking a set up. Let me know if you need it though. I am in the heights till 2ish then off to work in Bellaire.
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Old 07-01-2015, 01:43 PM   #5
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I've got one also but seriously they aren't that expensive.
Stop using pliers to work on .
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http://www.sears.com/srch-base#!/sea...5%20torx%20bit
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I'm in alief where's the locations?
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I've got one also but seriously they aren't that expensive.
Stop using pliers to work on .
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http://www.sears.com/srch-base#!/sea...5%20torx%20bit
I know but I had to start xD it was bugging me
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I know but I had to start xD it was bugging me
I know the feeling brother.
Start by buying the tools you need. Pliers are for holding while you beat on it with a hammer not for turning fasteners.
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I know the feeling brother.
Start by buying the tools you need. Pliers are for holding while you beat on it with a hammer not for turning fasteners.
And before you know it, you have a house's worth in tools
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Thanks guys. It's the stator for sure. Gonna go check a couple local shops to see and if not just order it tomorrow morning
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And before you know it, you have a house's worth in tools
If you're gonna work on things, you need tools. Pliers are a bad choice for turning screws and bolts.
You just wind up them up to where even the correct tool won't work.
Pretty soon you've graduated to vise grips and the fastener gets even more boogered up.

If buying a T25 torx wrench for less than 5 bucks translates into a house worth of tools then it would be better to just pay somebody to do it.
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If you're gonna work on things, you need tools. Pliers are a bad choice for turning screws and bolts.
You just wind up them up to where even the correct tool won't work.
Pretty soon you've graduated to vise grips and the fastener gets even more boogered up.

If buying a T25 torx wrench for less than 5 bucks translates into a house worth of tools then it would be better to just pay somebody to do it.
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If you're gonna work on things, you need tools. Pliers are a bad choice for turning screws and bolts.
You just wind up them up to where even the correct tool won't work.
Pretty soon you've graduated to vise grips and the fastener gets even more boogered up.

If buying a T25 torx wrench for less than 5 bucks translates into a house worth of tools then it would be better to just pay somebody to do it.
Whoa whoa whoa I have tools and a million toys and projects. I just lacked in the tamperprooof t25 I have torx sets just never really come across tamperprooof anything... except video game controllers lol b5c00024d9fbc3bddc3041a1a510ff2754611547343ae52941ce1da0dce112bc
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These pics are the opposite of what I saw in the garage pics thread.
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I have one but after you spend the gas money and time to get it you would likely be better off picking a set up. Let me know if you need it though. I am in the heights till 2ish then off to work in Bellaire.
Lol does your offer still stand I have the next 2 days off i can ride over and adjust right there. I am around bellaire and dairy ashford
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Location? Can I drop by tomorrow?
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I've got one also but seriously they aren't that expensive.
Stop using pliers to work on .
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http://www.sears.com/srch-base#!/sea...5%20torx%20bit
Can I stop by tomorrow to tweak something?
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Lol does your offer still stand I have the next 2 days off i can ride over and adjust right there. I am around bellaire and dairy ashford
Sure. I manage a restaurant in Bellaire. I can take it up there with me.
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Sure. I manage a restaurant in Bellaire. I can take it up there with me.
Perfect man what time tomorrow :0 won't take me more than 5 mins
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