My Father Taught Me This! Passing It On To The Next Generation

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Gerard Burke
Published at : 18 Apr, 2018
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My Dad who is also a mechanic showed me this hack many years ago, I have shared it with lots of people who I worked with and I am pleased to pass it on to many more.

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If you have a jammed bolt nut or fastner at won't turn in or is refusing to start, with damaged thread etc.. this is an ideal hack / tip that my old grandad passed on to my father and now on to me.
I really hope you find this video helps you out
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