SNAP RING PLIERS WITH INTERCHANGEABLE HEADS - 3316
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Review by ajchien on February 9th, 2012
By far the worst HF tool Ive tried. The handles and tips bend, the spring holding the heads on constantly falls off. The end of my tool was when the spring popped off and flew to the depths of my garage somewhere.
Review by Bigplanz on April 20th, 2010
Not very high quality. The spring holding the head in place is weak and the pliers will twist the head off if you put any sideways torque on it. Ok, in a pinch. I have it in a tool box in the van. My good snap ring pliers stay in the garage.
Review by Indy_500 on April 18th, 2010
don't like them at all, i went and got a craftsman one that doesn't "interchange" it's worth spending the money on non-interchangable ones when you NEED to take out bearings. non-interchangable ones are the way to go
Review by Randy_che on April 9th, 2010
Functional -but only barely. The interchangable heads are made of pretty thin steel, and tend to flex at the pivot point quite a bit. The quick-change spring rivet is very weak. I replaced it with a nut and screw (Metric 5 fit perfectly) and it did improve quite a bit, but will still pop loose from a stiff retaining ring. Overall, if you don't have anything better or only occasionally need retaining ring pliers, these are OK. Otherwise, spend a little more for a more rigid set.
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