Vessel Ball JIS Screwdriver

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Re: Vessel Ball JIS Screwdriver

Post by tamathumper » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:10 pm

I ordered Sept. 1, and received Sept. 5.

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Re: Vessel Ball JIS Screwdriver

Post by winguyjo » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:41 pm

i was fortunate to learn about this the very same day i bought my goldwing, so i went rummaging through my tools and found one marked "yamaha". if i hadn't, my carb screws would have been thoroughly screwed by now, as i had to dis-assemble and re-assemble several times before i got them right.
i almost missed it at the end of the original post, but i see that the Pz bits are a european thing ... i mistakenly thought that the Pz was a japanese shorthand for phillips . good to know; thanks !

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Re: Vessel Ball JIS Screwdriver

Post by WingAdmin » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:56 pm

Not sure why it's taking so long for you guys, but I ordered mine from this Amazon link, and got it two days later (Amazon Prime - free shipping as well): ... ingdocs-20

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Re: Vessel Ball JIS Screwdriver

Post by themainviking » Mon Oct 08, 2018 6:05 am

Since Amazon has begun really pushing their "Prime" memberships, their shipping which is not under the prime system has gone to hell. They hold back shipping for a week to ten days, in order to convince people that they need prime. What they convinced me of is that I do not need to order from Amazon. Where they used to get quite a bit of business from me, I will drop to probably 5 % or 10 % of my previous orders. I can pay a bit more and have a whole lot less aggravation. Like EBay, Amazon was a great idea when it first came out, but it has gotten so big, it cannot be limber.

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