sourcing map 1/2" Drive x M14 (14mm) Triple Square Spline Bit Socket, S2 Steel Bits, CR-V Sockets 2" Length (for Hand Use Only)
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This was very easy by partially reinstalling the 18m triple-square bolt and letting the puller screw sit inside the 12-point hole in the bolt.
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This is as good a time as any to admit that the one time I replaced the rear brake pads I didn't do anything to the rotors - just left them on there.
And for that reason, Torx is the superior choice for just about any application that requires a little bit of extra force and torque. Come join the discussion about performance, builds, modifications, classifieds, troubleshooting, maintenance, new releases, and more!
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The simple fact of the matter, however, is that there are so many different options that it can become confusing. While Torx can be used for construction applications, triple square is pretty much exclusive to the automotive world.The triple-square, also known as XZN, is a type of screw drive with 12 equally spaced protrusions, each ending in a 90° internal angle.