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Frik U Frak...!
Peace of garbage
Bullshiters are usealy con men.
can you upload a hd quality video please i would throw you a paypal donation
THANK YOU GUYS
would recommend have both tools in one.. the 90 degree one and straight one... one option on each end on the tool.
no I don't think anyone will use the big plumbers channel locks
with all the talking I bet it is way too expensive
harbor freight for all your single use tools...throw it in the glove compartment for next time right next to the #47 torex for the break calipers.
Why not just take a magic marker cap an cut both ends an then slice it down the middle so it will go on hose an just push and it costs 1 dollar an a trip to the dollar store? Bang Bang..
"The Real John Riverdale" amazing!!!! I did the same thing.... I felt brilliant when I thought of it... but like always "Day late Dollar short"
great tools.... but they're $15 cheaper if you order em from Summit Racing .... "K-Tools international 75310"
To much talk
Thank you my friend but your invention is too big to handle in the real work.
5:13 minute video, under a minute of information about the tools....For trying to make things simple, you sure talk alot!
I'm glad its made in the USA.
i gave up... with the quick connect tools, I bought two sets,
this fuel filter+connections are exactly similar to the one in my holden caprice ls1.. god damn it I can't take it off.. no mechanic has enough balls to do it too.. they all think they're gonna break it!
talks way to much
The tool that you show at 2:50 is not for that type of quick release system. It is for the gartered spring type connector or for the metal clip type that are both an integral part of the fuel line. Your tool would not work on either of those types of quick connectors. Your tool will work on the type of quick connector shown in this video however. Which is nice, but this type of connector was made to be removed without any tools at all by simply squeezing the 2 exposed plastic pieces of the retainer toward each other with your fingers....
In tight areas those are a mother fucker
I know. The most I've ever used is a screw driver and seconds later this type of connection is apart. Often I don't even need the screwdriver if it's not gummed up.
super quick pull
Replacing fuel lines in a 89 chevy p.u. fuel injected....is it possible to make my own braided sections?? if not, can I just use rubber hose...I'm told that there too much pressure to crimp fittings on
you are an idiot.
I CAN APPRECIATE THE FUNCTIONALLTY OF THE TOOL. ALTHOUGH ITS LAZY NOT TO JUST TAKE THE TIME I CAN SEE WHEN DOING !) OF THESE A DAY HOW IT COULD BE A VALUABLE TIME SAVERBIG UP DASH D
@thefrikandfrakshow you just had a bad comment....
I changed my fuel filter today in 10 minutes with a quick release tool...everything y'all said is a lie
Look's very easy with a bran new fuel filter!!!!! LOL PS like the tool tho