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Craftsman 19mm Full Polish Long Pattern Combination Wrench

Item# 00945998000P | Model# 45998 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 19mm Full Polish Long Pattern Combination Wrench
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Solve Stubborn Jobs The Craftsman 19mm long pattern combination wrench gives you the muscle you need for stubborn jobs. This heavy-duty, 12-point wrench features unique headlock box ends, designed to spread turning force to deliver powerful torque with each turn. Pull this sturdy combination wrench out of the toolbox when you need more muscle than traditional sockets. Hot forged and heat treated, this combination wrench has a traditional flat design and a wide profile for tons of practical applications.

  • Rugged steel construction brings powerful torque to nuts and bolts
  • Features a traditional flat design and wide profile to reach into small areas under the hood or under the sink
  • Box end has 12 points to reduce the swing needed for tight turns
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jopuppy1963

Nice, but not worth the $$

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I ordered these long pattern wrenches individually at full retail price because according to the reviews (and the part numbers in a Craftsman Industrial catalog), they were U.S.-made, Western Forge-sourced tools. They're not, but instead are the same Chinese-made, Apex Group-sourced tools as the rest of Sears current offerings. No comparison either! The finish of my set from twenty years ago gleamed like mirrors! (Even all these years later, they still look as good as these low-quality knock-offs!) U.S.-made tools are worth the full retail; these are not. I will be returning all fifteen. (They arrived with no individual packaging -- just thrown into a box and covered with padding!) Overall thoroughly disappointed. I hope Stanley/Black & Decker can restore the Craftsman name...

April 27th via mobile
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