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Craftsman 10" 1/4" Drive Quick-Release Extension Bar

Item# 00944348000P | Model# 44348 | Added on May 13, 2010 |
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Craftsman 10" 1/4" Drive Quick-Release Extension Bar
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Extend Your Reach The Craftsman quick-release extension bar makes it easy to switch out socket sizes during a project. This handy tool is great for accessing nuts and bolts that are tucked away at awkward angles without sacrificing strength.

  • Measures 10" with 1/4" drive
  • Makes it easy to switch socket sizes mid-project
  • Helps you access hard-to-reach nuts and bolts
  • Standard size and is not a pass-through
  • Constructed with tough steel alloy
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By tuned944
May 24th, 2011
I Love That Quick Release...

I spend a great deal of my spare time in the garage. Together with my son, Nathan (age 27) we buy and restore 1980 era Porsches. Nathan is the real mechanic in the family. I pretty much offer moral support and fetch tools.

Most people would tell you that these import cars are a nightmare to work on. We haven't found that to be the case. The mechanical design of these high-performance vehicles is pretty straight-forward. That is a hallmark of the German craftsman and engineers that have developed them. It is true, however that these engineers are extremely efficient with their use of space under the hood. Large engine, small chassis and very light-weight create an environment that is sometime complicated to work in.

We have learned that the best way to deal with this challenge is to own a complete collection socket accessories. Through the use of various extension bars, adapters and universal joints we can replicate the wrench configuration that was originally used to assemble the vehicle. Craftsman calls these tools accessories! I don't think that's right! The term accessary, to me, implies that it is a "nice extra" but not really necessary.

Take it from me, if you are going to perform much mechanical work on a 1983 Porsche 944, a complete set of socket accessories is NOT optional.

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Great for tough to reach bolts

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Great for tough to reach bolts. In the past had to put several smaller extensions together to do the job.

December 28th
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DakotaTexas
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Beware!

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Will not ship and will not do a refund. Buy at your own risk.

November 2nd via sears.com
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Albrand
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Must have

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You really need this for your tool box

June 7th via sears.com
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unistar
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quick release 10 inch 1/4 drive extension bad

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older USA made 1/4 drive sockets fall off of this extension...new sockets (non USA) will stay on ...sometimes not a good extension

April 23rd via sears.com
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