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#1 (permalink)      12/2/2021 9:47:11 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Triangle tool bit....
So I own 2 knives (knockoffs) that use the original screws..... One came with the tool and lost it last year so I'm in shit luck.


Between screwdriver sets that I see here, and what I own, I'm not even sure if it's a semi "standard" bit. I have triangle bits, but these are reversed impression...

I can't find an online photo that's not for sales purposes.... Image search "microtech screws". It's the bigger triangle version.
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#2 (permalink)      12/2/2021 11:32:16 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Try a drill chuck.
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Use a Black & Decker KR5010 Impact Drill Machine.
#4 (permalink)      12/7/2021 1:44:02 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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do you happen to have a dremel tool?


if so you could try cutting a groove across the screw head and using a flat screwdriver...

Edited on 12/7/2021 at 1:46 AM. Reason: boobs
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SKU 9728920

Great kit, has most every tool in popular sizes...including triangle bits. 15.00 for a really well put together kit....I find it invaluable when dealing with vapes, phones, computers...everything small!
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SKU 9732508

I've got the cheaper 24 bit kit SKU 9722597 and have been really impressed with the quality.
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Timbo67 wrote:

I've got the cheaper 24 bit kit SKU 9722597 and have been really impressed with the quality.


Yes indeed, that's a set I have. And very good quality it is too. :-)

However, I feel we're perhaps steering away from the OP's original question, which is to get these odd screw head-types moving without necessarily going through the expense of buying another multi-screwdriver set.

Skeeeets... have you tried looking on somewhere like Amazon or (heaven forbid) eBay for a specific driver for that particular screw? Might be worth a shot.

It's twelve inches long, but don't use it as a rule...
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I wouldn't mind a whole extra set of drivers, you can never have enough, but I doubt Il find one with the head I'm looking for.


Amazon has the small triangle bit for smaller od, not the full\regular screws. eBay 35$ for the single bit in correct size. which is more than I payed for each of the damn knives :(



I'm going to keep my head high and keep trying to find the tools somewhere in my cabinets and drawers of shit.
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Evilbay has this which might suit you
"115 in 1 Magnetic Precision Screwdriver Set Computer Watch Phone Repair Tool Kit"
Put this in evilbay search
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Fitting flathead and a rubber band
#11 (permalink)      12/8/2021 9:26:28 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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And using these ghetto methods to remove the screws.... How do I put the screws back in?


I just remembered my buddy has the same knives, maybe he still has his bit.
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