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Adjustable Toggle Switch Wrench

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Adjustable Toggle Switch Wrench

About This Item

Here's a special wrench that's ideal for the round knurled mounting nuts on Gibson® pickup selector switches.

Your pliers WILL mar the nut — this is a much safer tool, with adjustable chuck-style jaws for a good non-slip grip. Thanks to the deep socket, you won't even have to remove the switch knob. Made of sturdy steel with durable plastic handle.


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5.0

Slick Tool!

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Verified Buyer


The right tool for a sometimes tricky job. When fingers aren't tight enough, pliers tend to squeeze and jam the nut, not to mention the risk of scratches with pliers. Wish I had known of this tool years ago!

5.0

Very good tool for the shop.

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Verified Buyer


I had no problems with this tool. Works great and I did not find it made any makes on the guitars.

5.0

not much other choice for removal

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Verified Buyer


This seemed to be the only solution to removing the knurled nut on a pedal steel end plate aluminum casting without leaving cosmetic gouging on it.

5.0

Excellent as always.

By

Verified Buyer


Stew-Mac Tools have yet to let me down.

5.0

Stewmac is responsible

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Verified Buyer


I didn't think I could get it, but stewmac sent me a new one

1.0

Don't waste your money...

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Verified Buyer


I never have any complaints about Stew Mac stuff save a couple of things and this is one of them. I gotta be honest, this has marred every single nut that I've used it on. The jaws are really too sharp and it doesn't provide any grip on standard nut as it only seems to fit metric nuts. It will totally destroy Switchcraft flat nuts.
Very disappointed.

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Thank you for your order. We're sorry to hear our Adjustable Toggle Switch Wrench didn't meet your expectations. Our guarantee is 100% satisfaction in every way. If an item doesn't meet your expectations, you may return it anytime for a refund or exchange.

5.0

Can't live without this tool.

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Verified Buyer


If you have a Les Paul and don't have one of these tools, it's just a matter of time before you will get one. It can be adjusted to fit, and perfectly grabs that annoying switch nut and tightens it to torque---yes, I said "torque". The wrench is torqued so that you don't over-tighten it and ruin your nut or switch. Amazing and HIGHLY recommended!!

3.0

Pretty good...a few issues

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Verified Buyer


So, like many others I have usually used a pliers - very carefully - and Blue tape to tighten the loose pickup selector on my Gibsons. Recently, I became aware of this tool and figured -Why Not!. So it arrived and I set about to tighten the perpetually loose knurled retainer nut. Right away there was a minor issue. My LP has no "chip" (treble/bass label), so I was pretty sure the tool was going to scratch the top. First I put a bunch of Blue tape on, but this was not very helpful as it required lots of tape and then the tool would not grab the retainer nut located on the sloped top of the LP. Next, i made a little "shroud" - see pic - out of a file card by making an impression of the tool on the file card and cutting out the disc. This worked fine. But still the tool, was very stiff to turn...the threads are rather poorly cut and it was hard to turn while holding on the nut. I opened and closed it a few times & it loosened up a bit, but it was still tricky to get the tool completely around the nut and make sure it sat as flat as possible. I found the best position to do this is with the guitar vertical in a stand, so I can hold the switch in back, place the tool, and turn it without it slipping. The tool is a good improvement and the whole process took only 10-15min -next time 5min. I have lots of other SM tools and would say this one is not up to the traditional quality I expected. But it worked.....so it was a success.

5.0

I had no ides these were out there

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Verified Buyer


I refurbish vintage radios. Most radios that have toggle switches have knurled nuts. For the longest time I carefully used pliers to loosen and tighten the nuts and some times left marks on the nut. This Toggle Switch Wrench works great and doesn't leave a mark on the nut.

5.0

No slips, no chewed teeth

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Verified Buyer


Works perfectly every time, all the time!

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