Stripped nuts and bolts SUCK! And when you don’t have the right tool to remove them you have to resort to things like welding nuts onto them so you can get a wrench or socket on them, but what if that isn’t an option? I mean it is pretty extreme, and often times you can’t get a socket in there in the first place. So what about these nut extractor and rounded bolt wrenches that are on the market?
In this video from Project Farm we are going to see a bunch of them get tested to see if any of them are worth buying and which ones work best. Check it out below.
Extractor Wrenches: Magic Wrench, MichealPro, Olsa, Bionic Wrench, Duratech Universal Socket, Maxpower pipe wrench, locking adjustable wrench, vise grip locking pliers, metrinch, captri tools, griptite GTO Pro, Crescent X6, Snap On, GearWrench. Extractors compared for performance on partially rounded bolts, completely rounded bolts, undamaged bolt, and damage caused by using wrench on an undamaged bolt. Subjective tool durability is rated. Finally wrenches assessed for access to tight spaces based upon size and functionality. I bought all of the tools and supplies used to test the tools to ensure a fair and unbiased review. So, thank you for supporting the channel.