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(7/31/2013 7:32:27 PM)
I dare say that the term "spanner" would never have entered our vernacular over here were it not for our good friends from across the pond. Who knows how/when/where that change in terms came to be, but suffice it to say it happened well before my days on this earth!
One question: When it comes to the left-handed, metric, adjustable "wrench", would you guys still call that a spanner?!? :-)
For that matter, I have always thought the term "spanner" was best suited to the "adjustable wrench" as it could "span" across several bolt head and nut sizes...
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