Just a comment from a practical side. The cut outs look nice but to they really serve a purpose other than to look nice and increase machining time and cost? Actually, the tool might be easier to use if the cut outs weren't there as it would be easier to grip across the width. I.E. your finger would not interfere with the sprockets. Think about it. Your natural grip with the be to grip it side to side, not top to bottom. Also, looks like you are using pretty heavy gage steel so do you really need what looks to be about 1/4" (or more) from the OD of the holes for the locking pins to the edge of the tool? Seems that could be trimmed down almost by 1/2. Just thinking out loud.
If you are going to tell someone how to remove a bolt you should at least know which way to turn the wrench.
85 308 GTB QV red/tan (original owner)
95 F355 Spider SwatersBlu/tan
Last edited by john85QV; 10-30-2015 at 11:35 AM.