Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts
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    Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts

    Sometimes nuts are too much seized on screw or head is so much damaged or too much stuck from rust and they cannot be unscrewed with conventional tools.
    With this simple tool, just put the nut you want to loosen into the hole of the Nut Splitter Tool and screw the bolt until the nut breaks.
    If needing to be save the bolt in some cases, then do not over tighten to prevent damage to the threads under the nut.
    Nut Splitter also is known as Nut Cutter or Nut Cracker.
    I made it using a M24 nut
    a piece 45mm of rod ř19mm
    a piece 25mm which I cut from the tail of an HSS ř10mm drill bit
    one bolt MF12x1.25x50mm
    two nuts MF12x1.25mm
    and a ball bearing ř8mm.



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    Re: Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts

    HSS is some tough stuff, and it's not prone to shattering.

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    Re: Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts

    Quote Originally Posted by farmersammm View Post
    HSS is some tough stuff, and it's not prone to shattering.
    Yes, can be used at vary applications.

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    Re: Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts

    I have a 3 piece set. I should go look for it. Haven't used it in years. I think I got it off a Mac tool truck about 20 years back ? Lat thing I used it on was a Model A swamp buggy steering box...lol

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    Re: Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzoo View Post
    I have a 3 piece set. I should go look for it. Haven't used it in years. I think I got it off a Mac tool truck about 20 years back ? Lat thing I used it on was a Model A swamp buggy steering box...lol

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    Facom is a reputable brand with very good quality tools.

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    Re: Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts

    Quote Originally Posted by kess View Post
    Facom is a reputable brand with very good quality tools.
    Yeah. It's basically Proto of Europe. Some of the Proto ratchets were actually made there. SK was involved with Facom many years back too. Good outfit.
    Spain makes some fantastic hand tools.All those orange and blues are Grip-On from Spain

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    Re: Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzoo View Post
    Yeah. It's basically Proto of Europe. Some of the Proto ratchets were actually made there. SK was involved with Facom many years back too. Good outfit.
    Spain makes some fantastic hand tools.All those orange and blues are Grip-On from Spain

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    I have some Facom screwdrivers from early of 90s and we used at daily basis for 20 years when I had a factory and still their condition is as at the first day.
    The seller has told me if occurred any damage at any time from normal use, then he will replace it with a new one, except if it has stroke from hammer.

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    Re: Nut Splitter for M6-M8-M10-M12nuts

    If you need beatable screwdrivers try the Hazets. The Vessels are real nice but only in Jis(Phillips sorta) # 2 and 3.
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