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01-03-2008 02:57 PM
Jonny15 thanks guys, i think i'll stop by autozone tonight...for some reason i just thought that those places just sold sets cause i went to home depot and lowes and they only sold sets so i just gave up and looked on the internet but i just looked it up on autozones website and it says they have it sold individually
01-03-2008 02:42 PM
Unlimited So does Autozone
01-03-2008 02:37 PM
Jerry Bransford Just go to your local Sears store, their tool department sells individual T-55 torx drivers.
01-03-2008 02:32 PM
Jonny15
torx bolts

i was going to install my olympic auxiliary bar today but noticed that my torx bit set only goes to t-40. I've been looking around the internet trying to find a t-55 torx but they all seem to come in a set. I dont need the smaller sizes, just that one t-55 torx, so does anyone know where i can pick up an individual t-55?

Also as a last resort i thought that maybe i could just use a vice grip and clamp it onto the bolt and take it off, i know its not the best way but do you think that would work without me damaging the bolt?

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