Would one of these E-Torx sockets fit the flange screws on an Elige? - LotusTalk - The Lotus Cars Community
 
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Would one of these E-Torx sockets fit the flange screws on an Elige?

I always seem to be finding screws on this car that I can't wrench. Found these on Amazon. Anyone familiar with recommendations?



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There are several different size torx head studs on the car, mostly on the engine, those sockets would work to remove them. For a torx head screw, you would need the torx wrenches like THESE

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The Torx or Bristol screw with the "female" head are known to me and I have the bits for. These "male" headed torx are new to me but they are still screws rather than nuts no? The Germans have triple-square heads on bolts and this is the British "because we can" version? LOL!

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