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2-Count Hyper Tough Groove-Joint Pliers Set EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 2-Count Hyper Tough Groove-Joint Pliers Set on sale for $3.55. Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks rob728

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  • 10" Pliers
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Walmart has the Hyper Tough Groove Joint Pliers Set (8" & 10") for $3.55 with Free Store Pickup or Free Shipping on $35 order.

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Anyone have experience with these exact pliers? You have to be careful with some cheap channel lock clones as the handle will slip when under pressure and pinch the shit out of your hand when it slips out of the groove.
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Nice thanks
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Thanks! I've needed a smaller pair of these, & could use the larger ones, also.
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Just what I needed. Thanks!
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What are these used for?
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What are these used for?
Pulling teeth
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Pulling teeth
That what I thought, just confirming, thanks bud
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these work great for intake hose clamps Smilie
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What are these used for?
Tightening nuts, sometimes when putting stuff from the store together you can hold nuts with these and tighten with a Philips or Alen Wrench.
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More commonly known as channel locks...
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In for 1. Thanks OP.
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Anyone have experience with these exact pliers? You have to be careful with some cheap channel lock clones as the handle will slip when under pressure and pinch the shit out of your hand when it slips out of the groove.
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Anyone have experience with these exact pliers? You have to be careful with some cheap channel lock clones as the handle will slip when under pressure and pinch the shit out of your hand when it slips out of the groove.
So which ones do you have that pinched the hell our of you?
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