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Neil Wyatt13/06/2019 14:38:11
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HI Zane,

If you google 'security bit set' you can get a whole selection - check the type you need is included. The other option is to file down the end of an allen key.

Neil

roy entwistle13/06/2019 15:47:51
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?

Jim Nic13/06/2019 16:44:29
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? +1

Brian Oldford13/06/2019 16:48:19
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? and another.

Former Member13/06/2019 17:12:18

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fizzy13/06/2019 19:11:29
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I tried to file down the end of an allen key, all I got was a shorter allen key. I must stress that at no time did it in any way resemble Thomas from Hornby though.

John Hinkley13/06/2019 19:16:33
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One can only imagine that the mention of "security" in Neil's initial response means GCHQ have picked up on it and erased the original post!

John

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Meunier13/06/2019 19:23:12
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Thomas from Hornby is surely a Meccano or OO-related post ?
DaveD

Perko714/06/2019 09:38:55
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Sounds like he could be a 'contestant' in the Monty Python 'Blackmail' game show laugh

RMA14/06/2019 09:43:48
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Can someone please explain what this thread is all about????

Michael Gilligan14/06/2019 09:49:40
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Posted by RMA on 14/06/2019 09:43:48:

Can someone please explain what this thread is all about????

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Probably only Fred Karno

https://www.model-engineer.co.uk/forums/memberpostings.asp?c=135769

Edited By Michael Gilligan on 14/06/2019 09:54:48

Journeyman14/06/2019 09:53:13
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Top of the thread has gone walkabout! First post is Zane asking where he can get a triangular screwdriver to fix his sons Thomas loco. Neils answer is as above and Zane has replied to say he never thought of a allen key.

I tried to paste it in from a list of Zane's posts but the formatting goes to pot.

thomasthread.jpg

Managed to paste it as an image.

John

Edited By Journeyman on 14/06/2019 10:04:33

Samsaranda14/06/2019 11:18:26
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Is this a new system for posting questions? We put the answers first then get round to posting the question. 🤪. Dave W

Daniel14/06/2019 11:24:54
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Posted by Samsaranda on 14/06/2019 11:18:26:

Is this a new system for posting questions? We put the answers first then get round to posting the question. 🤪. Dave W

That would ensure some decent thread shift laughlaugh

JasonB14/06/2019 11:41:23
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I think Neil may have clicked on something he should not have, I will click it again and then you will be able to see the missing posts.

roy entwistle14/06/2019 11:46:02
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it's all fun isn't it ?

mark costello 114/06/2019 19:05:10
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I think Zane should inspect the security set as Mine does not have triangles, better safe than sorry.

Ian S C18/06/2019 14:08:49
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I needed a 3 flute screw driver, so I ground the end of a worn out Philips screw driver, then with the Dremel tool ground in the 3 flutes, job done, now I'v got a screw driver that I'll probably never use again.

Ian S C

Neil Wyatt19/06/2019 19:01:05
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Butterfingers!

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