Hard as a file, and... well, round.
I don't know about you, but I've never used a crescent wrench under the hood. But that's me.
I can't see it well eoungh, but it 'looks' like he's using a Crescent as a hammer...
Ding Ding Ding!Zerc get it out of the gate. What mechanic (assuming he has actual tools) would use an adjustable wrench when he didn't NEED to?Or maybe it's a 'special' wrench for adjusting the finagler bearing...
Heck, I figured it was a left handed monkey wrench and he was using it with his right hand;)
LOL, okay, I blew that one!!! :-)
I wondered why mechanics bought the giant red toolboxes when all you need is one Crescent wrench for everything!
Well Old NFO, he might as well be using it as a hammer. Or a screw driver for that matter. While an amateur mechanic might (not should) use a Crescent Wrench, anyone who calls himself a professional mechanic shouldn't even consider it.
What? You guy never use a metric crescent wrench on your furr-ein cars and motorbikes?Geeshh...A left handed one at that!!
Had a co-worker that once worked for Diamond Tool & Horseshoe and if you called one of her wrenches a crescent wrench you were in trouble. Her's were "Diamond adjustable wrenches".I know that adjustable wrenches are known for rounding the heads down, but at times they do come in handy.Won a few bets by showing a Toho Koki 300mm adjustable wrench too.I carried a 4" Diamond adjustable on my keeper for my work keys for many years. There was also a Gerber tool on the belt and a 4" pipe wrench in the back pocket. Could do lots of stuff without heading back to the shop.
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