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02:04PM | 10/26/21
I've been using square-drive screws for years, and I have what I thought was a complete set of bits: Sizes 00, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. (I've never used the #5) Now I see there is a size 2.7. From photos on line it seems to be sized between a #1 (which measures about 2.3mm) and #2 (measuring about 3.15mm). So maybe 2.7 is its size in millimeters. What is it for? Who came up with this? Am I ever going to need one?


07:56PM | 10/29/21
It's for driving 2.7 size screws. George in R&D came up with it. You're going to need a lot of them so you should go buy all that you can and don't tell anyone that you have them. It's been going around that Willy in the maintenance dept has come up with a 000. This will be a game changer.

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