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Calibrated Screwdriver

I was bored, got to thinking about adjusting my carburetor and all the “seat the needle and go back 1-1/2 turns” bit, and thought about how to keep track of where the turn is. The screwdriver and pen were both in the cab, so...
 
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Old 01-17-2019, 05:19 PM
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Love it... creative and logical.
 
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You're a dang genius! I too feel I have to "improve" everything I own.
 
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Old 01-17-2019, 06:33 PM
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Thanks guys, it was a total lark.
 
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Get a patent!
 
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I Like it!! Well done sir!!
 
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What will you do if the screw has left-handed threads? LOL
 
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What will you do if the screw has left-handed threads? LOL
You done let the cat outa the bag. I was gonna design that screwdriver.
 
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What will you do if the screw has left-handed threads? LOL
Nice try wise guy!!...you flip the screwdriver upside down and use it that way!
 
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Yes, separate design. Then you could sell them as a set. Maybe a combo with metric crescent wrenches.
 
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Yes, separate design. Then you could sell them as a set. Maybe a combo with metric crescent wrenches.
The chambering fixture I use in my lathe is four sided, with two set screws on each side. Most folks number the sides. I have Ducks & Kitty Cats on mine. Maybe a screwdriver with critters instead of fractions would sell
 
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Yes, separate design. Then you could sell them as a set. Maybe a combo with metric crescent wrenches.


Or print one .
 

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