Hex Extractor

Discussion in 'Technical & Maintenance' started by Wayne, Mar 9, 2019.

  1. Wayne

    Wayne Well-Known Member

    Hex wrenches with a cutting edge for extra bite. Great for stuck hex bolts and/or rounded out hex heads.
    Regular price $25 but on sale at
    Princess Auto for $10

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  2. skibum69

    skibum69 Active Member

    never seen those before
  3. RossKean

    RossKean Active Member

    Either have I. Seems to be a better alternative to hammering in a sacrificial Torx bit or using a screw extractor. Despite the fact that they say it won't damage hex fasteners, I wouldn't use it unless needed - especially for plated hardware. Good find! Fewer real bargains at PA than there used to be but sometimes you can find a real gem for low dollars.
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  4. skibum69

    skibum69 Active Member

    Makes you start to appreciate Torx
  5. Wayne

    Wayne Well-Known Member

    I swapped out the 12 counter sunk hex bolts in my skid plate to stainless torx drive. Gotta love Amazon.ca
  6. Trash

    Trash Active Member

    There has got to be a reason that BMW uses torx heads on virtually all of their fasteners... ;)
  7. Wayne

    Wayne Well-Known Member

    Most everything on my KTM is Torx as well. But most all of these torx bolts accepts a 10mm socket as well.
  8. murph

    murph Well-Known Member

    Torx fasteners are easier for robots to install.
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  9. skibum69

    skibum69 Active Member

    And surely don't strip as easily as allen bolts

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