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I have various security sets but I can’t seem to find this one which I need for intercom systems.

Any idea what it’s called ?



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I just got quoted $70 for the set of 4 tri groove bits ?
Wtf


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Real security bits cost real money lol
Locks are only to keep honest people honest. lol
Did you buy a grizzly bear to guard your van? Then teach the bear to put out free pizza for thugs!
 
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Locks are only to keep honest people honest. lol
Did you buy a grizzly bear to guard your van? Then teach the bear to put out free pizza for thugs!
He’s now looking... I mean did you see the cage he built for that catalytic converter?
 

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I just realized they name security bits after me....One way.

The bottom right is the screws on McDonald toys. I didn’t think they made a tip to take apart McDonald toys. I always thought it was because that’s where China hides all the lead, so it doesn’t wind up in their landfills.
 
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What’s so special about this tri groove ?

It’s not shown on many security bit illustrations. It’s not included in any security bit sets I own. It’s also not sold by many sellers.

I just ordered the 4-pack. Troubleshooting intercom systems has been a normal part of our day.


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Tri groove is easy to get and cheap the US government specs them for everything, just go to AUTO-REDACTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
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