Adjustable Toggle Switch Wrench

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

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Adjustable Toggle Switch Wrench

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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

A must..!

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Finally a proper tool for taking off imperial and metric round nuts. I had two of the previous plastic version which was "ok" short term but this is in a different class. A must for any professional or if you simply don't want to add "long nose pliers scratches" to your main finish.

5.0

Worthwhile investment and a good companion

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This wrench is well built and does exactly what it says on the proverbial tin. It's sturdy and nicely tightens the pesky toggle switch washer/nut without damaging anything.

I thoroughly recommend investing in one of these - certainly good value for money and will serve you well.

Cheery-o from London-town

4.0

Great Quality, Good Tool...but...

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This is a heavy duty high quality tool. I find that is heavy construction poses a bit of a hazard to finishes should it slip. I find myself reaching for the cheapo plastic one for ease of use and less likelihood of damage. These are great for stubborn or otherwise difficult nuts, however. I've definitely used it where the plastic one didn't cut it.

5.0

You need one of these

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If you are going to change out a toggle switch you need one of these. Makes for a stress free job.

5.0

MUCH better than pliers - believe me.

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Okay, you finally got it tight enough but the switch plate says Treble sideways - urgh! No more of that nonsense for me because those problems are a thing of the past with this wrench. Just one slip of the needle nose pliers across your new cherry burst LP and you'll kick yourself for not ordering one of these.

5.0

Finally ... the right tool.

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I have been removing and tightening Les Paul/Gibson pickup selector switches for 30 years. Never had the right tool and created my share of scratches, dings and unnecessary repair work. Of course StewMac would be the ones to come up with the proper tool. Great design ... holds steady, does the job, makes life easier and even looks good. Thanks Guys ... this is a must have tool.

5.0

No scratches anymore!

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My friends told me "you don't need it". Well, they were wrong. Not needed for cheap Chinese knockoffs, but you don't want to change a custom art Gibson or a PRS private stock switch without it... Unless you want to redo the varnish!

4.0

Good Wrench

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This is a good knurled nut wrench for 5/8" size knurled nuts. It is too large for 1/2" knurled nuts. It is made for the larger spaced knurls as on switchcraft style toggle switches and simular styles where the knurls are like coarse threads. One reviewer shows it being used on HP test equipment. It is not the right size for those nuts as the knurls are more like fine threads. Since it doesn't fit my intended use, but is a good wrench, I only give it 4 stars.

5.0

Great tool

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It is safe for instrument and doing a job, all I need.

5.0

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as electronic user (radio amateur) this wrench is very useful and i have never seen in electronics store .Useful also for BNC coax connectors used by Hewlett Packard and others on measuring instrument.

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