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Item 12K15
Model 12K15W

HIGHPOINT - "T" Wrench for 10-24 Inserts

$5.99

This "T" Wrench is used to manually install a 10-24 threaded insert straight and easy without damaging wood or fastener. It is 3-1/2" long with a 3" handle."T" Wrench for installing a 10-24 ...

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This "T" Wrench is used to manually install a 10-24 threaded insert straight and easy without damaging wood or fastener. It is 3-1/2" long with a 3" handle.

  • "T" Wrench for installing a 10-24 threaded insert
  • 3-1/2" long
  • 3" handle
  • Installs straight without damaging wood or fastener

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2.0 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
  1. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    It broke

    I was using this to insert 10-24 threaded inserts into cherry. I purchased the recommended drill bit size. It worked fine for the first 20 inserts, but then the threaded part of the tool broke off inside the insert, which was almost seated. I was able to extract the insert, but it wasn't easy. Switched to a 10-24 hex bolt with jam nut to continue. I would not recommend this to anyone.

  2. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Not for me

    It looks good, but in practice I found that the inserts don't readily dislodge from the tool. I found it much easier to use a hex wrench on the inserts I am using. It does hold down papers nicely.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Works great!!!!

    Great tool

  4. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    This tool broke

    This tool broke while installing in birch plywood. The threads broke off into the threaded insert. I had to use a Dremel to get it out. And no, excessive force was not used.

  5. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Tool fails on third insertion

    The insertion tool for 10-24 nuts is too soft to allow nuts to be inserted into hardwood of any kind. The screw on the t-handle twisted off on the third insertion. The nuts go into 1/2 "diameter holes but in oak they need to be either 1/64 bigger or you need a tool that is heat treated. On the remaining holes which were 1/2" dia. I used a hex head cap screw (which is heat treated)and nut to insert the rest of the nuts. The tool for the 1/4-20 nuts is larger in diameter so it was able to insert nuts properly into Oak. I would recommend using the hex cap screw and nut for all of this type of nut.

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