Sealey AK7301 450mm 1/2" Sq Drive Breaker Bar, Silver, 450mm - £5.79 (Prime) £10.28 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Sealey AK7301 450mm 1/2" Sq Drive Breaker Bar, Silver, 450mm - £5.79 (Prime) £10.28 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 28th Sep
Down from £11.09.

Hardened and tempered Chrome Vanadium steel bars with high chrome finish. Long, slim style handles with spring loaded socket retention. Fully replaceable knuckle joint*.

- Length: 450mm
- Long, slim style handles with spring loaded socket retention.
- Fully replaceable knuckle joint*. *Note: knuckle joints are not covered by the lifetime warranty and are treated as Consumable items.
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I've always just formatted the drives then filled them with random data. How many times do you have to hit them with this thing until they're destroyed? Might work out quicker in the long run.
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I've always just formatted the drives then filled them with random data. How many times do you have to hit them with this thing until they're destroyed? Might work out quicker in the long run.
I have the 600mm version of this. Fantastic bit of kit.
Purchased last year for £5.95 - it’s decent for the price but I sometimes need to extend the length with a cut scaffolding pole slid over it.

That’s just because the local tyre place torqued the bolts too tightly!
dannyjones10628/09/2019 20:11

I have the 600mm version of this. Fantastic bit of kit.


600mm would be better in my experience provided it was only a little more expensive.
750mm is only £13 if someone wanted something to compliment the bar in the deal.
SomebodE28/09/2019 20:16

600mm would be better in my experience provided it was only a little more …600mm would be better in my experience provided it was only a little more expensive.


I have a 750 and a 640mm but this will be ideal for brake calipers and other bits under the car.
dannyjones10628/09/2019 20:11

I have the 600mm version of this. Fantastic bit of kit.


Same. Vital tool to have in the box!
Thanks OP. Anything by Sealey is quality. That type grip/handle is easier to slip an extension tube over for better leverage if needed. Other makes have a fat handle
Got the 600mm Sealey from Amazon last month and it bends a worrying amount when taking out heavy bolts that haven't been touched for a decade.
SomebodE28/09/2019 20:18

750mm is only £13 if someone wanted something to compliment the bar in the …750mm is only £13 if someone wanted something to compliment the bar in the deal.


Save your £13, I'll compliment the bar in the original deal for free. Here it goes, "OP, that is a most splendid, exemplary, spiffingly fine breaker bar if ever I saw one".
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 29th Sep
Rob.28/09/2019 20:47

Same. Vital tool to have in the box!


I'm half tempted to order this one too for tighter areas. Damn you HUKD.
Looks like it's expired now anyway. Back up to the original price.
I must have just nicked in in time.
SomebodE28/09/2019 20:15

Purchased last year for £5.95 - it’s decent for the price but I sometimes n …Purchased last year for £5.95 - it’s decent for the price but I sometimes need to extend the length with a cut scaffolding pole slid over it. That’s just because the local tyre place torqued the bolts too tightly!


Not "torqued", but "gunned". They do not care about torque specifics and most of them probably do not know the meaning of "torque". What is possible to do - hit breaker bar with hammer or some heavy stone or step with the leg, but you have to be careful.

Scaffolding tube - good solution, but not the best, it is too wide. Better to have pole with lesser diameter (poles from buss steering systems).
Jino29/09/2019 10:22

Not "torqued", but "gunned". They do not care about torque specifics and …Not "torqued", but "gunned". They do not care about torque specifics and most of them probably do not know the meaning of "torque". What is possible to do - hit breaker bar with hammer or some heavy stone or step with the leg, but you have to be careful.Scaffolding tube - good solution, but not the best, it is too wide. Better to have pole with lesser diameter (poles from buss steering systems).


Being pedantic, torqued is correct but I appreciate the differentiation.

In the case of “gunned”, its torqued without consideration to measurement.

The scaffolding pole has worked well for me. Taking Archimedes principles into account, it gives me a lever that is over a metre long.
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