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Old 11-29-2019, 05:41 PM   #11
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I got this sweet new Trimo 21" wrench in the mail today. I have wanted one of these for a long time. Got this from the ebay for 50$ including shipping. I bought one of these 6 months ago and it got stolen in the mail, I got a refund at least.


This thing is just about as big as a 24" pipe wrench and heavier.

so what exactly in plumbing do you use it for?
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Old 11-29-2019, 07:16 PM   #12
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so what exactly in plumbing do you use it for?
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so what exactly in plumbing do you use it for?
Chrome tail pieces, commercial toilet with chrome flush valves, or free standing tubs...
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so what exactly in plumbing do you use it for?



Well, I use my 15" crescent for holding prv's/regulators and it isn't always quite big enough. Sometimes hex unions too.



Are you implying I need a reason to buy nice tools? This thing is mint. Even still has the facing marks on the jaws. Doesn't even appear to have been used as a hammer more than once.


If you think buying nice tools I won't use is wrong, than you agree with my wife, shh don't tell her.









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Chrome tail pieces, commercial toilet with chrome flush valves, or free standing tubs...


It's really too big for any of those. It's basically equivalent to a 24" pipe wrench.










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It's really too big for any of those. It's basically equivalent to a 24" pipe wrench.










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It didn't seem that big in the picture, so it's only good for 2" black pipe unions???
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Nice wrench! I got mine off eBay awhile back also. Pat’d 12-19-11. Wife and daughter said my pics were boring...
Your nail polish matches it too.
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Old 11-29-2019, 10:08 PM   #18
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Well, I use my 15" crescent for holding prv's/regulators and it isn't always quite big enough. Sometimes hex unions too.



Are you implying I need a reason to buy nice tools? This thing is mint. Even still has the facing marks on the jaws. Doesn't even appear to have been used as a hammer more than once.


If you think buying nice tools I won't use is wrong, than you agree with my wife, shh don't tell her.









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Im a tool hound and have a ton of tools....buy anything your heart desires ...if you got the dough then dont let it go....


im just asking myself when would I use that tool....I havent had the need for it yet, so I figured you do some specialized something that you would get use from it...
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It didn't seem that big in the picture, so it's only good for 2" black pipe unions???



No, I'd grab it for 1-1/4" too. Ball valves have flats too ya know ;0








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the standard wrench with teeth has a much wider range of use, so to take up room on the truck with something you may use once in a while...eh, I say no...but to buy and have it because you want it and may use it around the house..sure why not...
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