Tamiya Non Scratch Long Nose Pliers

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This is a pair of Tamiya long nose, non scratch pliers. These pliers have a special non scratch surface on the nose of the pliers, which allow you to hold items firmly without scratching. This makes these pliers perfect for holding shock shafts, throttle linkages or brake linkages without marring the surface!

This product was added to our catalog on December 14, 2005

Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 5 2012 (about 9 years ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Long Nose Pliers
bought this pliers and regret it! Yes, it is non scratch but basically it can't hold anything. The non scratch is actually plastic cover which make it slippery. Don't waste your money on this!
Monday, Oct 9 2017 (about 3 years ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Long Nose Pliers
Great tool! Accept a tool for what it is and you will he satisfied. I use this for squeezing ballstuds into ballcups, squeezing ballcups on ballstuds to "free" them up (without marring ballcups!) poping shocks onto ballstuds, holding screws to shorten them (with dremel) and myriad other uses. I have had my Tamiya pliers for years and the best part is that the nylon jaws are replaceable and only run about $3. Fantastic tool.
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jan 19 2021 (5 months ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Long Nose Pliers
Fantastic. Not as versatile as the channel lock versions but nice to have nonetheless. Great in awkward areas
Verified Owner
Friday, May 25 2018 (about 3 years ago)
Tamiya Non Scratch Long Nose Pliers
Works very well for everything i have used it for. It is nice to have a tool that you can use force with and not worry about damaging anything. It will grip shocks but not every shock shaft. Some are very small and thin and can be difficult, some are super chromed and slippery by design. Also if oil gets on the plastic grips of the tool i use a q-tip with rubbing alcohol to clean.