Non Sparking Cylinder Key

Non Sparking Cylinder Key

  • While tightening or loosening b bolt, carefully insert the tip of your Allen wrench into the hexagonal cross section of the bolt and proceed to firmly turn the wrench.
  • Ball End Allen Keys have ball heads at the ends to provide more swivel room for each wrench.
  • Turn fasteners at awkward angles that regular hex keys can’t reach with this sturdy hex key.
  • Select an Allen key who’s opening exactly fits the nut.

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CYD-1008A1508

PROPER USE

  • While tightening or loosening b bolt, carefully insert the tip of your Allen wrench into the hexagonal cross-section of the bolt and proceed to firmly turn the wrench.
  • Ball End Allen Keys have ball heads at the ends to provide more swivel room for each wrench.
  • Turn fasteners at awkward angles that regular hex keys can’t reach with this sturdy hex key.
  • Select an Allen key whose opening exactly fits the nut.

ABUSE/MISUSE

  • Never use a hammer or extension on this wrench.
  • Do not use worn-out Allen keys, it will slip and may cause injury.
  • Do not use An Alley Key to free a “Stubborn/Frozen” Allen Bolts.

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