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Old 02-14-2017, 12:09 PM   #1
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Anyone know of the size and a good socket set that can go over clean out caps that you can't get a wrench or channel locks on?
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I own a clean out set and several extra sockets. There is no one socket that works.

Chisels work TOO!

So do sawzalls
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I try once, after that, chisel time.
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The only set you will ever need.



http://perfectoproducts.net/clean-out-plug-wrenches/
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Like I said, I have that set. It's nice but hardly gets to all the clean out plugs.

Chisel and big hammer often come out.
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Like I said, I have that set. It's nice but hardly gets to all the clean out plugs.

Chisel and big hammer often come out.
If it's seized up of course.
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What I'm saying is that set does not contain all the sockets you will need.
To many variables that the chisel makes up for
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Perfect doesn't fit most, I bought a 1 3/8 double square from wright tool co. $$$ but it's 99% of new stuff. Some oddball stud I have 12points for from Menards. Sloan etc.
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