Have you ever seen a comedy bit from a black and white silent film? One of their favorite gags was someone hoisting a piano to a 3rd or 4th story window when someone cuts the string... CRASH! The piano comes crashing down as ivory keys and wood splinters go everywhere. The Magic Hex Nut Pendulum involves the same sort of thing, only on a much smaller scale. What will happen to your hex nuts? The result may surprise you.
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