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6 pt proto: 880 lbs ft
12 pt Craftsman: 636 lbs ft

Gentlemen, welcome back to the shop and in furtherance of our shop discussions around the water cooler, fella called on me that i had heated the upper part of the threads on account of it being a different color. You could see it turning white well partner if you have a dark substrate over top of a lighter colored material. When you stretch it out, it's going to look a little bit lighter, that's just science, whereas they pronounce it nowadays silence and there's also powdered schmoo focus. You from the zinc of the washers, you see that we can wipe that.

I don't blame the fella. I too have succumbed to curiosity, killed the cotton clicked on that length for the movie, where thrust in turtle is making a romantic breakfast for his wife and her boyfriend, but hey if you can't make fun of your own homegrown, tin, pot dictator. Who can you make fun of also, i kid a kid it's ex-wife and his boyfriend with an old creepy father like that, can you blame the kid? Any attention is good attention. Hey! Some of us have a penchant for weird creepy old dudes named klaus.

It schwabs the makeup on, or else it gets the hunkening again. Finally, in deference to long time, commenter and well considered discourser matt's awesomesauce, he suggested matt's awesome makes awesome. Things makes you know who you are. I recently pissed them off and i i owe them one: we've different sides of the same coin: we're agreeing to disagree on all this nonsense.

What's going on that's the thing when you're grown up, you can agree to disagree and it ain't no big deal because opinions are like everybody is one we're gon na weld in this bolt and take one of these box ends to its natural conclusion on account of Chances are you're not just going to be pulling on these nice gentle, like you're, going to be reefing on one of these, like a monkey at the zoo. If you catch my drift, unfortunately, some karen on patrol keeps throwing out all my perfectly fine stretched out fasteners. So just uh just mind your tongue there and close your eyes we'll get her done, lickety-split, not a stud in sight and not to worry. Nobody will know the difference once you're past the stink she's good eating.

What's that is quite chewy ever so gently with the dugga yeah, not my finest work, but it's not easy. Trying to rhyme former prime minister jean-claude with residential schools - hey pierre, you done yet i'm loyal to do it, but you got ta piss. With the you got craftsman made in usa, town guangzhou prc tap tap tap, it's still good. It's still good, just tilt your head to the side.

If you want to see that guage, oh you can back light it too yeah. I really help anything. Did it how's that there you go jesus we'll just slide under here under these blankets, nobody here, but us chickens, yeah that wasn't sketchy at all. We can see we buggered up the head of the farsner.

The weak point is clearly well those welds, but the box end of the wrench the welds survived, because i christened them properly shoulder holy. Oh, that's! Incredible! We're almost at max torque! That's incredible! Ten thousand pisses! Oh! That gauge is now whoopsie well clearly. The six point is far stronger than the 12 point. Sad to say the same, can't be the same.

For my tail end, i got ta go change. My britches thanks for watching, keep your dick in about occurs to me and i don't mean to be boastful, but this happens a lot we might have bottomed out on the travel. That is we we stroked out. I took another bite and we'll have another go 2000.

Psi. 2300: according to the pump three thousand, that's a hell of a lot of torque four thousand holy schlitz light. Oh, i don't like this. Oh yeah, we bottomed out pierced.

We got to about five thousand i'll review the tape and i'll do the calculations. How much torque your finger it takes to bust a 12 point versus a six point: go ahead and slide it in my doobly-doo. Oh wait! Is it in yet lots? This is an rt2 high torque knock off a razor i believe made in canada. It's got 2.

000 foot pounds max torque you at 10, 000 psi so divide that it's actually, according to the note i made on here, ought .1928 foot pounds per psi ergo. The six point is 880 foot-pounds it self-destructed at and the 12 point 636.. I do not believe that is a function of the 12 point versus the sixth point. I think it's the amount of meat there in the name of science.

We confoculated these here, ranches the science of bumble, mind and because of the countenance of her, i assume that the proto six point box end was girthier, but i got my machinist approximators here: 114 thou geometric types 2.91 at the root of the broach, and this one Is actually bigger, the craftsman's actually bigger, there's more meat on the craftsman? What's that mean that means we have a substantive difference in strength due to the quality of the manufactury and the initial steel, better steel, more stronger who to thunk it now, as someone who's pulled a wrench or two and the privacy of my own pit of despair Under a tractor, it comes as no surprise that the proto is a better wrench than the craftsman, but that that tells us we got some interesting experiments coming up, because we can get all kind of expensive, wrenches versus cheap wrenches and see which one lasts longest.

By AvvE

15 thoughts on “Craftsman vs. proto”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Buddy says:

    AvE, call Project Farm and ask him to test the wrenches for all of us, lend him you CockfordOllie too!

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars John Harder says:

    That is about like me sort of bouncing on the end of a 10' long chunk of 2" rigid conduit slid over a 1 1/4" wrench
    Because dad's impact wrench couldn't get a bolt loose on the tractor

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jerry Rigged Wrenching says:

    Your quote at 2 minutes is pretty amazing and something I wish more people would take heed of. It’s important to not exist in an echo chamber and keep an open mind to new ideas and evidence that will help you come to different and possibly uncomfortable solutions. But vilifying people that don’t agree with you and resorting to name calling won’t help further anyones point on either side.

    I still like you and that peg legged northern hillbilly even if I don’t agree with you 100% of the time. That’s what makes community great.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Down the shed says:

    Good work on the Buffalo Bill reference & when the gauge shot up towards 10k psi I even slightly turned away from my screen.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Andrew Mantle says:

    I picture you standing in front of the wrench and find myself wanting to get to one side of the screen. Stay safe Man.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hobbyoftheday says:

    Would be nice to measure the other dimension of the box end, the Craftsman my be thicker but is it as tall?

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars BJ Hermsen says:

    or does the 12pt break between the points on the bolt? essentially stretched due to the direction of force from the competing faces? while the thinnest part is thicker it is still thinner than the thicker flat section of the 6pt

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Mike says:

    The difference between stretch to torque vs stretch to yield bolts.
    Stretch to yield breaks when reused.
    Stretch to torque breaks when it's the only bolt like it within a thousand miles.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars W.A. Schull says:

    Very interesting results, not at all what I expected betwixt the two, aside from the inherent higher quality of the Proto.

    Would you have consider doing a video on the setup you use for this type of testing? It sketchy as frig and I want to build one for myself.

    Thanks for edumacation!

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Car Wash Adam Cooper says:

    How do you get 522 views, but 736 likes?
    Screwtube doesn't even try hiding the manipulation anymore.

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Betty Jo Pieolowski says:

    Wait….isn't the important number is the cross sectional area of the wrench at the root? Also, how much of the hex of the bolt was axially engaged with the wrench??? Apples to apples.

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Powers says:

    Why didn't you measure the width of the box end wrenches? Wouldn't the overall strength be a function of the total cross sectional area of the steel at the weakest point – not just the thickness?

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Luke Flunker says:

    Some people are scared of the boogeyman. I’m scared of the Torquestructomatic at 8k psi with AvE welds holding on for dear life.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Carl Holm says:

    What aboot the open end?
    Struggled with a ball joint on the tractor last week. 19mm hex on a ~17mm tapered, then threaded shaft. Dickered 4 open wrenches on account of 'em camming over. Had to bring out the 'ol grindér to get the joint of and me getting the box-end over the shaft.

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Alexander Englebert says:

    "So how'd you get all those metal fragments imbedded in your skull?"

    Thank you for your noble sacrifice, AvE.

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