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Offline eightball

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Festool Trivia: which tool comes with a 10mm wrench?
« on: July 17, 2021, 02:04 PM »
Okay, not trivia just something that's bugging me.

I found a 10mm wrench in my domino systainer that I clearly chucked in there thinking it went there. It's identical to the other router wrenches that come with festool.

So I don't lose my mind - which tool comes with a 10mm wrench?

I figure this will be a quick answer for someone on here.

Thanks!

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Offline Paul_HKI

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Re: Festool Trivia: which tool comes with a 10mm wrench?
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2021, 03:00 PM »
What's the part number on the wrench?
TSC 55, TS 55, DF 500, DF 700 (XL), OF2020EB+, OF900E, CXS, TXS, T18+3, PDC 18/4, RO 150, RAS 115.04e, RTS 400, ETS 125, ETS 150/5 EQ, CTL MIDI, FESTO SR151 E-AS, CTL-Sys, MFT/3, Sys-Roll etc.

Offline rubber_ducky

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Festool Trivia: which tool comes with a 10mm wrench?
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2021, 03:34 PM »
The domino comes with a 10mm wrench. Used to both change cutting bits and to release the body from the fence (which you do to change cutting bits)

So your wrench wasn’t far from home

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Offline guybo

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Re: Festool Trivia: which tool comes with a 10mm wrench?
« Reply #3 on: July 17, 2021, 03:52 PM »
domino is 8 mm,waf8.guy

Offline rubber_ducky

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Re: Festool Trivia: which tool comes with a 10mm wrench?
« Reply #4 on: July 17, 2021, 05:09 PM »
domino is 8 mm,waf8.guy
You’re right… my bad


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Offline clark_fork

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Re: Festool Trivia: which tool comes with a 10mm wrench?
« Reply #5 on: July 18, 2021, 10:57 AM »
No matter the size, either for the 500 or 700, they are cast in disapearium, subject to immediate mislay.

I drilled out mine and attached it to a ski pass lanyard and attach it if I have a couple of sequential bit changes.  Otherwise, the wrenches go in a tool box where I keep wrenches and drivers. This after I wasted time trying to find it in the systainer.

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