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Craftsman 1/2" 3/8" Drive 12 pt. Easy-to-Read Deep Socket

Item# 00950657000P | Model# 50657 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 1/2" 3/8" Drive 12 pt. Easy-to-Read Deep Socket
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A Job Done Right Move through every project efficiently with the Craftsman 1/2" 3/8" drive deep socket. A laser-etched size marking makes it easy to locate the right socket for the job and is clear in low-lit or greasy environments. With a 12-point configuration, this socket allows you to work in cramped areas where turning capacity is limited.

  • 3/8" drive
  • Deep socket plunges into areas where a shallow socket could not make contact
  • 12 points of contact for better grip in cramped areas with limited turning capacity
  • Permanent laser-etched size marking resists chipping, fading and corroding
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woo54

1/2" socket

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Great American made tool

August 11th via mobile
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AlexHeath
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Love the large print

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easy to see in the drawer

April 29th via sears.com
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DoorCarGuy
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Works in tight spaces

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This 12 point socket filled the bill. I needed a slim profie socket that has 12 points for the ARP head stud nuts on the AFR heads I have on my race engine. This one is thin enough to fit between the valve springs, and typical Craftsman, works time after time.

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