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    Cage Nut Tool

    We have have used Comms Express for sometime and one of my colleagues has found this handy little tool which would have saved my fingers many a time. Certainly one to get and keep in your tool kit.

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    Which, the mechanical one or the 'bit of metal with a bend in' one? because the bent metal ones are AWESOME

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    We have have used Comms Express for sometime and one of my colleagues has found this handy little tool which would have saved my fingers many a time. Certainly one to get and keep in your tool kit.
    Nowt wrong with slicing your fingers, stripping nuckles, breaking nails, stabbing yourself and loosing a load of nuts. It's what makes us hardened I.T. Geeks..

    Rob

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    It does but I have a hard time getting the nuts out the cages and have had some nasty cuts from some of the cabs. I do quite a bit of cab rebuilding and tidying and its certainly one tool that will help be big time. Wish it was made along time ago!!!!!

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    Oh how I knew of this sooner!

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    I used on of those over 10 years ago they are great.

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    I Just use a flat bladed screw driver. Get one side of the cage nut in the square hole and push the other side with a flat bladed screw driver.
    Not sure I'd want to spend £15 to do that, but I have to admit, it would be a very useful tool to have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    I Just use a flat bladed screw driver. Get one side of the cage nut in the square hole and push the other side with a flat bladed screw driver.
    Not sure I'd want to spend £15 to do that, but I have to admit, it would be a very useful tool to have.
    That doesn't work quite so well getting them out believe me.. I've used one of these for many years now and they are brilliant ...

    Cage-Nut-Insertion-Tool-58912_image.jpg

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    This is my tool of choice when dealing with cage nuts.


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