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Motion Pro 90-Degree 1/4" Hex Driver

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Got hard to reach pilot air screws? Then you need Motion Pro’s 90-degree hex driver. It was precision-made of high grade aluminum and stainless steel and is the strongest tool of its type on the market. The gear-driven, 1/4" hex is 17.5" long and includes five hex drive bits: straight slot, Phillips, D-shaped pilot screw bit, 6mm hex jet bit, and 1/4" hex-to-1/4" drive bit. Max torque is 50 lbs.

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Motion Pro 90-Degree 1/4" Hex Driver

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Hard to reach

By Supert Rider

from Nebraska


  • Easy To Use
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

      Comments about Motion Pro 90-Degree 1/4" Hex Driver:

      This tool worked as I hoped. I needed it to adjust the air mixture screws on my Ninja without taking the carbs off. I was able to reach all four carbs and adjust the screws. I like that the handle has marks so you know how far you turned the screws. This tool was a success for me.

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      Pretty much junk

      By Duke Nukem

      from Orlando FL



        • Gears bind
        • Handle fell apart
        • Roll pin falls out

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        • Paper weight

        Comments about Motion Pro 90-Degree 1/4" Hex Driver:

        Pretty much a worthless tool. I used it one time and the rear handle fell off, the gears bind, and the roll pin holding the gears on is loose.

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