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My son just came in and gave me a pair of Stanly 10" crescent wrench with a vice grip lever on it. Took me a few minutes to figure it. After you adjust to the nut, you lock it and it bites down a bit harder on the nut. Cant wait to try it out.
 

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My son just came in and gave me a pair of Stanly 10" crescent wrench with a vice grip lever on it. Took me a few minutes to figure it. After you adjust to the nut, you lock it and it bites down a bit harder on the nut. Cant wait to try it out.
found it bill the stanley max grip adj. wrench. may have to try it.
 

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That does look like a cool wrench, buy a digital camera, :). and take some action shots for the boys.

Don't let me down now :), I will be waiting for those pictures :)
 

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NICE, What did you use it on , give us more details , FEED us the info our brains need :)
Actually I used it at my house to get a boiler drain off. Lock it to the copper FIP adapter, used the channel locks on the boiler drain, crescent wrench did not slip nor round off the nut.
 
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