Tamiya Non Scratch Flywheel Pliers

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This is a pair of Tamiya flywheel, non scratch pliers. These pliers have a special non scratch surface on the grip area of the pliers, which allow you to hold items such as engine flywheels firmly, without scratching. Perfect for installing or removing engine flywheels without marring the surface!

This product was added to our catalog on December 30, 2005

John Neary
Verified Owner
Monday, Apr 7 2008 (about 15 years ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Flywheel Pliers
Must have item for every RC drivers tool box, lets you work on things like flywheels or the nut that holds your 1/8 buggy servo saver together without scratching them up.

Don't know how i lived this long with out one.

Buy this. A+
Mike C
Verified Owner
Thursday, Feb 8 2018 (about 6 years ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Flywheel Pliers
Amazing tool! i wish amain sold the replacements grips for these as well as the long nose
Gori rider
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jan 19 2021 (about 3 years ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Flywheel Pliers
These pliers are freaking awesome. Not just awesome for rc repair work. Bike stuff, soft metal shit, light fixtures. You can about ditch any other channel lock pliers you have. These are just as effective without scuffing up the merchandise
Paul Estrada
Sunday, Oct 30 2016 (about 7 years ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Flywheel Pliers
a must on your nitro toolbox! can hold the flywheel, servo server like a breeze without damaging the parts! I highly recommend this tools, not bad for the price too!
Verified Owner
Thursday, Sep 30 2010 (about 13 years ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Flywheel Pliers
I was using rags to hold my flywheel in order to remove it. I saw a guy on the track having this specific pliers and i fell in love with it! I doesn't scratch the flywheel and you can apply all the force you can without damaging anything.