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[Canadian Tire] 1/2 24" breaker bar $12.49

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[Canadian Tire] 1/2 24" breaker bar $12.49

Owned this breaker bar for about two years. Does the job. As always, 75% off at CT is normal price. Lowest price I've see is $10, $12.49 is not bad.
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I've also owned this bar for several years. Had to use it once to change a flat tire - totally worth it vs. using your car's teeny tiny crossbar.
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Jul 23, 2007
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how do i break things wth this?
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danned wrote: how do i break things wth this?
Use it as a club?

I also have this, useful and a good price
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Jan 20, 2011
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Have it, have put enough force through it to make the bar flex considerably without anything snapping. YMMV, but it has a warranty
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TwistedKestrel wrote: Have it, have put enough force through it to make the bar flex considerably without anything snapping. YMMV, but it has a warranty
I don't recommend if your using this for you pickup track tire changes, not strong enough.
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Jan 20, 2011
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Removing lug nuts shouldn't take that much torque, even on a pickup. But for a vehicle with 24 lug nuts you probably want to use an impact gun anyway. The thing I was doing to make it flex was trying to remove an axle nut while forgetting to punch out the lock tab... not sure of the math but that would be well over 300 ft lbs
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I actually used it to break the crankshaft bolt of my honda civic. Very useful tool for what I paid of 9.99.
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The Maximum bars used to have different flex head. I have the old version, it's more bulky but very strong.

Old version with same product number
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