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Sorry John, but the six-pointed star is a TORX wrench, not a hex wrench.
Richard Wollt, rcw1 -at- rsvl -dot- unisys -dot- com
|Interestingly, I have in my tool box both hew wrenches and Allen =
|wrenches. They are very different tools, and are not interchangeable.
|When looked at end on an Allen wrench is a six sided polygon, and a =
|hex wrench is a six pointed star.
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