Bucket Seats

CopperNick

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Yup. Only caveat here being that before I would introduce them to the item shown above, I would first go manual and get them loose by hand. Why?? Because all of those nuts are located in tight quarters, which is why Jake-FSF suggested that device of his in the first place. Thing for anyone, but particularly anyone living in the rustbelt, those nuts, being exposed to the perils of rust belt living, can get pretty corroded from anything from normal water/moisture exposure, to getting inundated with salt/calcium from winter boots climbing in from winter roads. That makes them susceptible to rounding over and or rotting away so, while it might look like a nut, any type of heavy torque, like that from a Milwaukee Fuel driven power ratchet, could convert the nut from a hex to an acorn. JUst saying here.



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Sammieizzy

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Yup. Only caveat here being that before I would introduce them to the item shown above, I would first go manual and get them loose by hand. Why?? Because all of those nuts are located in tight quarters, which is why Jake-FSF suggested that device of his in the first place. Thing for anyone, but particularly anyone living in the rustbelt, those nuts, being exposed to the perils of rust belt living, can get pretty corroded from anything from normal water/moisture exposure, to getting inundated with salt/calcium from winter boots climbing in from winter roads. That makes them susceptible to rounding over and or rotting away so, while it might look like a nut, any type of heavy torque, like that from a Milwaukee Fuel driven power ratchet, could convert the nut from a hex to an acorn. JUst saying here.



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Thanks for the information
 

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