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Top Saw Pocket Wrench Bennington VT

The Pocket Wrench is a hand tool that has 8 tools in it to allow the user to work on a chainsaw in the field. The following article has more detailed information about the product.

The Home Depot
(802)447-9997
121 N Bennington Rd
Bennington, VT
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Mon-Sat: 6:00am-9:00pm
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H. Greenberg and Son
802-442-3131
321 Main St. Bennington, VT, 05201
Bennington, VT
 
H. Greenberg & Son Inc
(413) 664-4576
1366 Curran Highway
North Adams, MA
 
W W Building Supply
(802) 464-3022
Route 100
Wilmington, VT
 
Miles True Value Lbr.
(802) 375-2525
178 Chittenden Dr
Arlington, VT
 
H. Greenberg & Son Inc.
(802) 442-3131
321 Main Street
Bennington, VT
 
Hoosick True Value Hardware
(518) 686-7238
21953 Ny 22
Hoosick Falls, NY
 
Deerfield Valley Supply
(802) 464-3364
211 Route 9 W
Wilmington, VT
 
Carr Hardware True Value
(413) 663-6600
192 State Street
North Adams, MA
 
Stanleys Lumber & Building Supplies
(413) 743-0831
20 N Summer St
Adams, MA
 

Top Saw Pocket Wrench

Tool News - Top Saw Pocket Wrench

If you're the kind of woodworker who prefers to get his or her wood not at the lumber yard, but in your own backyard, you might want to consider the Top Saw pocket wrench.

The Pocket Wrench is a hand tool that has 8 tools in it to allow the user to work on a chainsaw in the field.  The tool easily fits in a pocket (4 ½” long) and contains a large screwdriver for bar adjustment, a T27 Torx for all bolts on a Stihl chainsaw, a small screwdriver (for fuel and bar oil adjustment), a 4mm Allen Wrench (for work on Echo and Husqvarna saws), and has a 13mm (1/2”) socket that will fit a bar nut on a half or full wrap handle Husqvarna saw.  The other end of the tool has a 19mm deep socket that can be reversed with a 16mm deep socket for the spark plug on all saws and a bar nut on a Stihl saw.

The tool was invented by Colfax High School math teacher Johathan Schwartz, who was featured in American Woodworker's School News department for restarting his high school's woodworking program.

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