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Don't you hate it when the socket you need is lost in the bottom of your tool box, just rolling around loose and you have to pull everything ...
What you need: a wire hangar, needle nose pliers, regular pliers, and some sockets needing to be organized.
Using the wire cutter jaws on your pliers cut the hagar just below the twisted part. We really dont want to try and straighten that out so just ...
Now straighten out the hagar so it's one long peice of wire.
Using your needle nose pliers bend a little hook in one end of the wire.
Line up your sockets. Bend your hook over so it's 90 degrees to the wire. Bend the wire below the last socket so it's pointing the same direction as ...
Cut the top of your wire just above the hook. Then using your needle nose pliers bend a little 'wiggle' right where the wire meets the hook. Don't ...
Slip your sockets on and clip it closed. You may need to adjust the width of your hook so there is just a little resistance when it clips ...
Here's the small tool pouch I carry on my motorcycle. The clips only hold three sockets each but it fits in the pouch just fine. The first time ...
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