Star Thumbwheel Adapter

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Star Thumbwheel Adapter by 2ROBOTGUY Dec 21, 2010
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Standard thumbwheel set that can be found at harbor freight


Adds more grip in tight Area

Why pay 2 for 20$, when you can have three for 5$?



Designed for the 1/4 Pittsburgh Thumbwheel

1)Print adapter
2)Clean holes to make smooth
3)Press Thumbwheel in housing
4) Enoy

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just went and bought a new set of these and they are so cheap and flimsy compared to the old ones that i have. the direction changing switch on the top is plastic now and they feel incredibly cheap (the ratcheting is not as strong as the old ones)

still useful to have in the tool bag but they are basically chinese trash that you cant rely on and will probably break.

its a bummer, the old ones are actually pretty decent.