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Old 08-28-2015, 10:20 PM   #1
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Vampliers Screw Extraction tool

Removing stripped nuts and bolts is never easy. If you've ever bought a bike on Craigslist you probably know this. Luckily Vampire Tools has developed this genius little hand tool to help you pull out your wrong-wrenched fasteners.

Vampire Tools, out of Irvine, California, released this super handy Vamplier 6.25-inch Screw Extraction Pliers, which is neat because it offers both horizontal and vertical teeth and a flat head surface used to help remove stripped, rusted, corroded, stuck, one-side, Torx screws, nuts and bolts. And the target screws can be extracted using the top or side jaw. Made from high-carbon stainless steel with ergonomically friendly elastomer grips, the Vamplier is a great addition to any wrencher's toolbox.

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