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Topic # 97564 16-Feb-2012 21:47
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The ebay'd replacement screen for my Galaxy Tab 7 arrived today, but it turns out I don't have a tri-wing driver in my vast collection of bits and pieces to perform the replacement.

I'm probably going to head to Jaycar tomorrow morning as they have some tri-wing driver bits in a 100pc kit but I'd prefer a normal 1pc handled driver. 

So where did you get yours from? 

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  Reply # 582595 16-Feb-2012 22:13
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tigercorp:

So where did you get yours from? 


Deal extreme (but, it was a bit of a wait).


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  Reply # 582617 16-Feb-2012 23:11
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Driver bit set from mitre10 mega. Tri-wing etc for $10 or thereabouts, includes extension. Got it for a telecom termination box. Could not tell you the smallest size, don't have it with me.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 582655 17-Feb-2012 07:57
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gzt: Driver bit set from mitre10 mega. Tri-wing etc for $10 or thereabouts, includes extension. Got it for a telecom termination box. Could not tell you the smallest size, don't have it with me.


Nice, will check it out Mitre10 before looking at the more expensive Jaycar set.


dolsen:Deal extreme (but, it was a bit of a wait).


Aaah yea, I always forget them.  If I don't stumble across a full handled version today I'll order one from them for the collection.

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