What's the difference between an Keensert tool and a Clinsert tool?

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What's the difference between an Keensert tool and a Clinsert tool?

In regards to the imperial sizes as for example: TD524L and CLT524

The main difference between both is that the Keensert tool has 2 sides, and the Clinsert has one side.

In the picture below you can see the Clinsert tool and below it the Keensert tool

The Clinsert tool will be easier to install every size of insert since the holes where the clins go in are larger:

Meaning that it will be twisted in easier.

The Keensert tool has a lot less space to put the clins, making it more troublesome for other brands of inserts.

After twisting the insert in with the larges holes in the tool, there are smaller holes, so you can tap in the clins to the correct distance.

These holes will also keep the clins fixed so they don't bend outward and are tapped in the correct manner.

 

The Keensert tool has a different function, since you first twist in the kees with one side:

and afterward the tool is turned around and the clins are tapped in.

This tool has a sleeve that goes over the clins so when you tap the clins in, they don't bend outwards:

 

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