posted on Jan, 25 2006 @ 12:26 AM
just because somebody with the right heart and not the right amount of mechanical knowledge might ask the same question,
minus the resume booster you included...
I will explain.
In this dream and most perceptions of reality...
When you are potentially going to be removing bolts from a structure the most effective application would be to use the pneumatic tool on the
and a "backup" wrench on the bolt
Many times they just use 'studs' that vary in length and a nut and washer is placed on both sides and tightened up, all you have to do is remove 1
nut from the stud.
If timing and/or performance were not an issue, you would still have to use two wrenches or two tools to remove most 'nut and bolt' or 'stud and
nut' applications in the "construction" world.
iy yi yi,
hopefully that helps dawnstar
I'm sure the tool sales industry would be torqued to have me, but they will have to wait untill I retire from selling crack to the government.