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Pinned Dimples - Using the Right Screwdriver

Discussion in 'Tech Tips' started by GreyImport, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. jimv50

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    I can't find anywhere that it actually says "JIS" for the Vessel Ball-grip 220W-3 set.
    Are we sure the P1 P2 P3 are not just "Phillips" bits?
     
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    Philip's are normally listed PH1, PH2 and even just #1 or #2 with the better manufacturer's, like Pozidrives' PZ1 PZ2 etc


    Here the 220 series have P1, P2 or +1, +2 etc option's but they only have the individual driver's listed
    https://www.vesseltools.com/downloads/ca185.pdf
     
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    Interesting that the one I have bought doesnt show JIS on it at all.. but... I will wait and see when it arrives as it has already been posted.
     
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    It does in the link i posted above your post
     
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    As long as mine is "actually" a Vessel... the ad for mine in Ebay actually says manufacturer is Bessel lol
    No doubt I will find out when it gets here :)
     
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    If I were to buy one JIS screwdriver for carbys would I get the P3?
    Or are all sizes necessary for carby overhaul?
     
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    Get a set of at least 2, 3 if you can get the smallest size as well, you will need them all sometime.There seems to be different size screws, bolts and clamps all over the carbs. A set is cheaper than trying to source screwed up screws.
    Kawasaki-ZX250C6-Carburetor.jpg
     
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    I am with @my67xr with getting the ball screwdriver... the tips are magnetised and you get a good range of tips as well. Best screwdriver I have ever purchased to be honest.
     

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