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Craftsman 1/4" Drive Thin-Profile Ratchet

Item# 00944994000P | Model# 44994 | Added on May 13, 2010 |
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Craftsman 1/4" Drive Thin-Profile Ratchet
$31.98
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Get Cranking Whether you're elbows deep into an engine or heavy machinery, use this thin-profile, 84-tooth ratchet from Craftsman to finish what you started. Crafted from a tough alloyed steel and designed with features like a quick-release end and a reversing lever, there's no job it can't handle. The long handle does all the reaching for you, while the thin head fits perfectly in tight spots, so you'll have no problem fastening hard-to-reach 1/4" drive nuts and bolts. This ratchet helps you turn with muscle and precision to make every job a little easier.

  • A thin, low-profile design gives you more accessibility to fit in tight spaces
  • Provides 84 fine-tooth ratcheting action for more movement in less space
  • Designed to fit 1/4" drive sockets
  • Quick-release button and reversing lever help you get the job done at top speed
  • Strong, drop-forged metal body gives you muscle you can count on
  • A rust-resistant polished finish stays looking sleek for years to come
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By Anime
June 15th, 2015
Made in Taiwan

Decent ratchet for the price. These are now made in Taiwan and aren't as nice as the older, USA-made next-generation ratchets, but are ok compared to other Taiwan-made tools. The retro-style quick-release that is supposed to push the socket off the anvil is useless for that purpose since the pin doesn't go out past the end of the anvil, although the quick release is good for being able to take the socket off by hand just like the older Craftsman ratchets. They do feel better in the hand than the standard Craftsman ratchets, and more teeth means a smaller arc and smoother ratcheting action.

4 found this review helpful
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By choppercopter
March 26th, 2012
Fragile.

I work as a professional helicopter mechanic and I use this almost every day. I have gone through 4 of these just this year. I accidently dropped two of these ratchets from about 4 feet while working on an engine and all the guts flew out all over the hangar. Now all of these are made in Taiwan and feel even cheaper and stiffer than the previous ones. The next time this ratchet fails me, I'm calling the Matco truck.

9 found this review helpful
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April 10th via bv
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Craftsman 1/4" Drive Thin-Profile Ratchet

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Love the thin line. Great tool!

January 23rd via sears.com
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ROY  T Ellis
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Good tools, highly recommend

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I have use these tools since I was 16 years old. I do own a lot of craftsman tools, I have a lot of these tools in my toolbox and I would really recommend them to anyone some of the tools I’ve had since I was about 18, I am now 63 years of age so I can tell you that they do hold up for a long time and when you do eventually break these problems will replace them free of charge For life.

October 26th
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