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Chameleon

Got this for Christmas. . .

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Chameleon

Do you know what it is?

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C4orce2

Looks like some type of female device. I'd hate to guess what its used for!! :facepalm:

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Dvl4evr

Tim's gonna be in some pain, that's for sure

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1jester

maybe a spring compressor or a bearing tool?

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dale68z

I have several of those. I need more than one to satisfy myself.

All of them do not retract easy once extended. So getting them to release can be a little..... difficult. I have to slap it around it to get it to release

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Chameleon

I am very happy with it!

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Desertdawg

It's a silicone blinker fluid viscosity checker....

or a nipple measurement device, Thats what I use it for....

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SLAMMER

It a dental tool to hold your mouth open while the dentist inflicts as much pain as humanly possible.

Or a SMILE TOOL used by a plastic surgeon to set that stupid PERMANTE grin.

SLAMMER

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old yeller

See if Tom can use it to get the hub off.

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mrhusker

I'm going with a nut cracker......

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dwdrummer

toilet paper holder!

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Desertdawg

Brake caliper piston compressor?

Yeah, but that's no fun ....:lol

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Extender32

A collapsible butt stock.

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Bigfoot

Brake caliper piston compressor?

Yeah, but that's no fun ....:lol
C-clamp works just as well.

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Chameleon

Brake caliper piston compressor?

Yeah, but that's no fun ....:lol
C-clamp works just as well.

XTCHARLEY is correct.

C-clamp does NOT work as well, too cumbersome and prone to slipping off the back of the caliper. . .

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Shifty

Brake caliper piston compressor?

Yeah, but that's no fun .... :lol
C-clamp works just as well.

XTCHARLEY is correct.

C-clamp does NOT work as well, too cumbersome and prone to slipping off the back of the caliper. . .

And nowhere near as fast....

BTW, What brand is that one? It looks a little better than my Lisle one...

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Shifty

Interesting...must be newer than mine...

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Bigfoot

Strange...I've never had an issue using a c-clamp.

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TheCMSH

Strange...I've never had an issue using a c-clamp.

Me either, but Donna swaps out brake pads when she tracks the car so I imagine this slick tool to be pretty efficient and quick

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Ted Y

Strange...I've never had an issue using a c-clamp.

Me either, but Donna swaps out brake pads when she tracks the car so I imagine this slick tool to be pretty efficient and quick

Well, you guys have simple old C5's. This is a fancy modern C6. That's why.

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SLAMMER

Strange...I've never had an issue using a c-clamp.

Was looking for a one handed operation to quickly compress pistons. When we take our cars to the track events we ended up having to do this twice a month. Once to replace street pads for moe aggressive track pads. Then back again to street pads. The track pads make a terrible squeeling noise during normal driving conditions. I have used a clamp for many years. I was hoping this would be faster and only require one hand.

SLAMMER

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