sourcing map 1/2" Drive x M14 (14mm) Triple Square Spline Bit Socket, S2 Steel Bits, CR-V Sockets 2" Length (for Hand Use Only)
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When it comes to the automotive world, they are very similar. Both are recommended for high-torque scenarios. Both are built to be durable and stand up to the constant pounding that a lot of torque can deliver to a part. High torque applications. The reason for the implementation of triple square bits is due to the high torque applications that vehicles can require. When it comes to drive train components and cylinder head bolts, the triple square bit offers a higher allowable torque to remove even the toughest or most seized components. Sizes are M4, M5, M6, M8, M9, M10, M12, M14, M16, and M18. Despite the similar naming scheme to metric fasteners, there is no correlation between the name of the size and the dimensions of the tool.
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A construction favorite. Torx bits have become particularly popular within the construction industry. Due to its cam-out resistance and tamper resistance, it has become a more consistent, better choice than most traditional Phillips and flathead screws. Versatile use. The great thing about triple square bits is that they have a variety of implementations. They work quite well when used with torque wrenches, breaker bars, and ratchets. It is important to note that they should not be used with impact tools, however.Durability. Because of the improved fit and its ability to take on larger torque capacity, Torx bits tend to make removal easier. Not only is that better for the user, but it is better for the overall durability of the bits themselves. There is a reason why Torx bits tend to last a long time.
Capri Tools 1/2-in Drive 14Mm Triple Square Bit Driver Socket
Yes, there is already a great rear wheel bearing DIY in this forum ( http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?5531205-Rear-wheel-bearing-diy&highlight=rear+wheel+bearing) but things get lost over time (see the doing it wrong thread that was lost a little bit ago) and so I'm posting mine up.Triple-square drive fasteners have been used in high-torque applications, such as cylinder head bolts and drive train components. The fasteners involved have heads that are hardened and tempered to withstand the driving torque without destroying the star points. They are commonly found on German vehicles such as BMW, Opel, Mercedes, Porsche and those from the Volkswagen Group ( Audi, Seat, Skoda, and Volkswagen).