200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

74HARLEY
So I am always highly impressed with the knowledge of our group, seems whatever it is someone here has a handle on it. So I occasionally use these in one of my trades..... (Very occasionally now days)  IMG_20200119_163323-01.jpeg 
Joe
looking for 200a 11-56,9-77,2-65 Coleman 275 appreciation syndicate member #0004 ICCC #1262
Coleman Quick Lite Crew #19
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jpbates1
Pliers for twisting safety wire. 
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brian_h
Wire twisting pliers 
Brian
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Tgarner01
I've used them myself to tie motorcycle grips after glueing them. See where they've been used on some older equipment I've worked on as well.
Toby Garner
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Duck
Used to use a pair of those all the time safety wiring bolts and nuts.

Joe
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jpbates1
Its been awhile but I think they were in the C6490 General Mechanics Tool Box.
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74HARLEY
I thought it be a little more of a challenge.... You guys are too good!  I just finished the safety wire on the main caps on a Ford 8N. Hadn't used them in years.
Joe
looking for 200a 11-56,9-77,2-65 Coleman 275 appreciation syndicate member #0004 ICCC #1262
Coleman Quick Lite Crew #19
Frank appreciation syndicate member #9
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Bumpkin 95
Safety wire pliers. Used them all the time on F-15. Also seen a guy safety wire stuff backwards on his race car he thought he was smart until I pointed that out. I guess they probably would  never back all the way off just come loose
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Gunhippie
I had a pair that my father brought home by accident when he was an aircraft engine mechanic for the USAF. I guess they fell into his toolbox or something.

I finally lost them years ago, and then realized how useful they were.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
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MartyJ
Gunhippie wrote:
I had a pair that my father brought home by accident when he was an aircraft engine mechanic for the USAF. I guess they fell into his toolbox or something.

I finally lost them years ago, and then realized how useful they were.

My Dad worked for the USAF and had frequent tool accidents. 
Marty
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MapleJoe
You guys are way off - semi-professional dentistry.
MapleJoe
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Whitegas Extraordinaire
MapleJoe wrote:
You guys are way off - semi-professional dentistry.

The lost art of self dentistry!
K
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Willy
Standard procedure in USAF aircraft maintenance is to safety wire LRU knurl nuts or some other piece of equipment so that it will not loosen.  Don't want to have equipment wiggle out of position during flight.  Could ruin your whole day.
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OregonMichael

The lost art of self dentistry!
K


LOL!  Just like Uncle Buck....he was somewhat of an amateur dentist...
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