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Craftsman 1/2" Drive Quick Release Teardrop Ratchet with 75 Teeth

Item# 00920723000P | Model# 49204 | Added on September 1, 2015 |
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Craftsman 1/2" Drive Quick Release Teardrop Ratchet with 75 Teeth
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Spend Less Time Spinning The Craftsman 1/2" drive quick-release teardrop ratchet helps you put the finishing touches on the tough stuff. Perfect for working in tight areas, this ratchet with 75 teeth gives you the extra grip and movement you need to get nuts and bolts turning. When it's time to swap sockets, use the quick release mechanism to do it fast. It's time to get to work.

  • A thin teardrop head is the perfect shape for getting into tight corners and spaces
  • Features a 1/2" drive that works with inch, metric and specialty sockets
  • 75-toothed design gives you a 4.8Ā° arc for more movement in less space
  • The quick release feature lets you swap out sockets fast
  • A tough alloyed steel and a polished silver-tone finish for years of great performance and a sleek look
  • An ergonomic handle fits comfortably in your hand
  • Full polish surfaces allow for ease of cleaning after the job is done
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Praise
By AlohaandMahalo
December 9th, 2016
Craftsman 1/2" Drive 75-Tooh Full Polish Rachet !! Amazing handle design !!

Buy it !!

2 found this review helpful
Criticism
By OCDTools
April 22nd, 2016
Great shaft, terrible ratchet

I owned this wrench for 72 hours. When I first bought it, I was impressed with the weight and feel of it. It's big, it's heavy, and it's got girth. It's very comfortable to hold and it felt very familiar in my hand. BUT comfort is where the love affair ended. The ratchet mechanism fits sloppily in the wrench. It moves back and forth inside the hole. This surely will cause extra wear with any regular use and lead to contamination of the internals. The slop was so bad that the socket I had attached had a couple extra degrees of side-to-side slop in it. I tested against my older craftsman USA wrenches ... no slop. So it sat on my workbench for three days while I looked into the wrench reviews on third party sources. Research indicates the wrench fails prematurely and unexpectedly. Then I went back to the store and looked at others on the shelf -- same thing. Since I bought a ratchet for the ratchet function, that needs to work above all. Decided to return this wrench and look into alternatives. May consider looking into the new 84-tooth ratchets as those appear to be better made.

3 found this review helpful
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January 29th via bv
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Chinese made

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It's a shame, I turned in a American made product and got a Chinese one back. Shame on you Sears...... I own all the big name brand tools, and yes I have Chinese made Harbor Freight Tools. American tool for an American tool. If I wanted Chinese, I would only buy Chinese tools. Bad trade.....

March 3rd via bv
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noreast
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great quality

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nice fine teeth and a comfortable grip

January 1st via sears.com
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markiemoon
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Now, That's a Ratchet...

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Feel it in your hand and you know what Craftsman is all about! Solid...Dig it Craftsman!

December 2nd via sears.com
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