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Hook and Pick Set

Postby Eugene » Wed Nov 01, 2017 5:45 am

Harbor Freight, 6 piece hook and pick set. $3.99

Hook & Pick Set 6 Pc
SKU 93514
Brand Pittsburgh®
Material Stainless Steel
Quantity 6
Product Length 6-3/4 in., 6-1/8 in., 5-7/8 in., 5-3/4 in., 6-3/8 in., 5-5/8 in.
Contents 5-7/8 in. double-ended 90° hooks, 6-3/8 in. double-ended 30° hooks, 6 in. double-ended complex hooks, 5-3/8 in. 50° pick, 6-1/16 in. double bend hook, 5-1/4 in. single hook

Bought a set several months ago to replace several broken dental picks. Currently using them to pick out black walnut meats, couldn't find my original picks. Pretty good quality. Bent the tip on one pick, but haven't broken any tips.
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Re: Hook and Pick Set

Postby Urbish » Wed Nov 01, 2017 5:53 am

These are great for removing pesky o-rings and digging out old seals. Just don't use 'em for dental inspections after they've been in the shop!

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Re: Hook and Pick Set

Postby John *.?-!.* cub owner » Wed Nov 01, 2017 1:03 pm

Urbish wrote:...... Just don't use 'em for dental inspections after they've been in the shop!
If I do I can just put my teeth in the dishwasher. :lol:
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