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If it is not convenient to return the unit, are you really going to go and buy a tap and tap handle, and learn to use it?? NO. Use an appropriately sized self-tapping screw and be done with it. Note …
answered Oct 14 '15 by Jimmy Fix-it
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It's a countersink style bolt or screw that comes with the ubiquitous Swedish "assemble-it-yourself" furniture and now some knock-off Ikea copycat furniture. If you look in the fastener section of you …
answered Sep 13 by Jimmy Fix-it
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They are most often called a "binding post", at least that is what the fastener suppliers in the U.S. generally sell them as. I have heard people call them "Chicago nuts" but not often. As a side n …
answered Jun 22 '18 by Jimmy Fix-it
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Bolt cutters are not really the best tool for cutting off rusted closet bolts. I usually use a "mini-hack" saw: …
answered Dec 4 '17 by Jimmy Fix-it