I'm not sure what you are actually asking. But, spanner is simply the British term for what we call a wrench. Haynes manuals use British terms like boot/trunk, bonnet/hood, etc. Hope this helps. PreachJohn -- If you're asking what I was asking (and figured out) you're referring to that odd hooked "pin spanner". The trick for me was to figure out what I was supposed to hook the spanner onto and then twist like a normal wrench. I was trying to adjust the shocks on my motorcycle and it became much easier when I noticed the gear-like ring below the springs that worked admirably for getting a decent grip with the spanner to twist the adjustment ring.
spanner or a torque wrench
A spanner is the British term for wrench. -Same tool, different name.
spanner - british english ; wrench- american english
A spanner is another word for box-end wrench. So, a 14 spanner would be a metric size 14 box-end wrench.
a wrench is kind of like a spanner
You have to have a spanner wrench. One you have that, remove the safety ring, use your spanner wrench, and it comes right off.
It is an adjustable spanner
wrench is generally used for tools that turn non-fastening devices or may be used for a monkey wrench - an adjustable spanner.
What Americans call a wrench is called a spanner in England.
what the hex a wrench? Hex wrench is short for hexagonal wrench, that is a wrench or spanner designed to fit a certain size nut or bolt.
A spanner or wrench.
You may be thinking of a spanner, which is what the English call the tool that Americans call a wrench.Americans also have another tool called a 'spanner wrench'.
Spanner is the British term for wrench. Your second question doesn't make sense, please re-write it and try again-
A spanner wrench is often used in the plumbing industry. They are mostly used to unscrew faucets, old pipes that haven't been touched in several years.
"Spanner" is sort of a Britishism for "wrench". Plumbers often use wrenches. Saws are for cutting things, such as boards or pipes. Carpenters use wood saws, while plumbers often use pipe saws.
its on the spy phone and its the wrench
A spanner or wrench
Exactly the same as any other nut. Spanner is just British terminology for wrench.
In the 1630s, it derived from the German spanner,a tool for winding the spring of a wheel-lock firearm.The word meaning wrench is from 1790.Spanner in the works was first recorded in 1934.
spanner or wrench
It is an adjustable spanner, an open ended spanner with a movable jaw allowing it to fit various sizes of nuts and bolts.
Use a freaking spanner and wrench dude XD Jesus man that is the funniest question i have seen in ages.
amazon.com in the U.S. offers several sizes of Armstrong adjustable pin spanner wrenches. Garrett Wade, also in the U.S. also offers a pin spanner wrench specifically made for removing grinding wheels on hand-held grinders like the 4" Bosch. Here's their item #: 29J03.03
Children's seesaw Door handle Spanner/Wrench Car Jack Crowbar