MIP Thorp Hex Driver 2mm MIP9008

MIP Thorp Hex Driver 2mm MIP9008
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MIP 2.0MM Thorp Hex Driver. #160; MIP has picked up the Thorp hex drivers to carry on the tradition of quality that the old Thorp ball end drivers brought you. #160; High Quality Steel Construction Tip. #160; Precision Cut Tip for Accuracy. #160; Durable Plastic Handle. #160; High Grip Handle

INCLUDES: One #160;2.0MM Hex Driver

NOTES: The tips are non-replaceable, but if you send the driver into MIP they will regrind the tip for you for a small fee. #160; MIP will also regrind the older Thorp drivers as well.

This product was added to our catalog on July 5, 2007

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Oct 1 2013 (about 7 years ago)
MIP Thorp Hex Driver (2.0mm)
Best handling, best quality !!! a great value,I have a set since 2 years and am totally satisfied
Verified Owner
Monday, Sep 24 2018 (about 2 years ago)
MIP Thorp Hex Driver (2.0mm)
Best grip, outstanding quality, simple the best
driver you can get!

Replaced this for a 4yr of use-abuse hex driver,
several assembled kits and tons of serviced cars!

canĀ“t go wrong with this top notch tools!
Verified Owner
Sunday, Apr 30 2017 (about 4 years ago)
MIP Thorp Hex Driver (2.0mm)
MIP makes great drivers. I made the mistake of getting a set of drivers that were made in China and the 2mm wouldn't fit very well, the 1.5 mm ended up rounding off, etc. Save yourself frustration and use MIP's.
Thursday, Jul 14 2016 (about 4 years ago)
MIP Thorp Hex Driver (2.0mm)
I bought these without hesitation due to all the positive comments, I purchased the 1.5mm 2mm and 2.5mm set. I used the 2mm about 95% of the time. I broke the tip on the 2mm then ordered a replacement and broke that tip within 2 weeks. I have to admit I did use them to put together several kits , like around 5 total for both drivers. Both times they broke I noticed it was when I was screwing a longer screw such as a 18mm into newer unthreaded hard plastic such as the TLR 22's a-arms. The screw and the hex tip got pretty hot just turning the driver by hand and I believe this is what caused it to break. Wish I could upload pics somehow on here to show. I did contact MIP and they are sending replacements for one of them but after breaking 2 of them Im going to go back to using my Protek hex drivers.