These handy tools can are useful for all kinds of alignment tasks involving covers, pans, and gaskets.
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A strong endorsement, I know—but it’s that good.
The flat-rate system doesn’t reward tenacity.
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Dressing chisels and punches, however, is a housekeeping task I’ve found not everyone knows they should be doing, and dress your punches and chisels!