A combination wrench features a boxed end and an open end. The boxed end features either six or twelve points. There is a slight angle between the shaft and the boxed end, allowing for additional torque in a variety of applications.
Most combination wrenches feature twelve points on the box end, giving the user more usable positions when working on a nut or bolt with six sides, with only 30 degrees between positions. A six-point box is preferable when working on bolts or nuts that show corrosion or some stripping, as a twelve-point box causes the fastener to strip more easily.Learn More
A janitorial contract bid is a detailed summary of a janitorial company's work experience and prices that goes along with a proposal to work for a specific building or corporation. These are often sent to buildings looking for a cleaning crew, or even requested directly from a company that requires long-term janitorial services.Full Answer >
To put a John Deere deck belt riding mower back on track, pull the left foot plate up then proceed to disengage the hinge tabs. Doing so eventually releases the foot plates.Full Answer >
Poulan chain saws require a 40 to 1 fuel-to-oil ratio. Poulan recommends mixing 3.2 ounces of oil with 1 gallon of gas to achieve this ratio and shaking the mixture for approximately 10 to 15 seconds to make sure the oil and gas successfully combine.Full Answer >
The tenon saw is a tool that is used primarily in the cutting of wood tenons which are a kind of interlocking joint or hinge. It is a member of the backsaw family and is typically made with a hardened metal edge with cross-cut files or rip-filed teeth.Full Answer >