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Craftsman 3/8" Drive Thin-Profile Ratchet

Item# 00944995000P | Model# 44995 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 3/8" Drive Thin-Profile Ratchet
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Get Cranking When you're elbow-deep into an engine or heavy machinery, use this thin-profile 84-tooth ratchet from Craftsman to finish what you started. Made with durable alloy steel and designed with features like a quick-release end and a reversing lever, there's no job you can't handle. The long handle does the reaching for you, helping your turn with muscle and precision. The thin head fits perfectly in tight spots, so you'll have no problem with hard-to-reach 3/8" drive nuts and bolts.

  • A thin, low-profile design offers more accessibility to fit in tight spaces
  • Provides 84 fine-tooth ratcheting action for more movement in less space
  • Designed to fit 3/8" 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 Slim70
March 29th, 2009
Not a daily driver

The finish on these ratchets is top notch. The action is superb and spins very easily. The heavier handle adds a nice balanced feel, for whatever that's worth. The button release action is silky smooth. They really are eye catching, just machined and tooled beautifully. For me they are the perfect secondary/back-up ratchets for those occasions when I need the fine tooth gears or the slightly thinner head profile. I say secondary/backup because for me the ergonomic short, very flat, heavy and wide handle design was not very ergonomic at all. The short handle makes for less torque and more strength that you must use and the thin rectangular-ish shape grew old fast. I found in daily use that they are fatiguing and hard on my hands, almost painful in higher torque situations. In certain cases these fine tooth gears are nice to be sure, but I find that for extended use in harsh environments that the tried and true, extra strength and durability of the 36 tooth (10 degree) long and round handle designs are much better as my primary. Not trying to imply that somebody shouldn't buy these ratchets. Look in any professional mechanics box and you'll find a variety of ratchets and drivers for a myriad of situations. Just saying that for me they found a specific place in my box, though it wasn't as my daily driver. Also check out the Craftsman pro line # 44813, 44814, etc. for a stronger, ergonomic, longer handled, daily/professional use alternative, (Dubbed " The best performing ratchet we've ever offered!") .

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By juan513
January 19th, 2007
Plastic!

i would not recommend this tool. buy a snap-on blue point for the same price. there are features (the button in the back for socket release) that are plastic. i can't believe they would make a tool with internal plastic pieces. seriously poor design for the price point. if you have to shop at sears, buy the sk. at least that line is all metal.

3 found this review helpful
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Christopher  Carmichael
| Earned 62 community points in Craftsman
July 29th
alfred65
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Great ratchet

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Just long enough for loosening tight nuts

April 7th via sears.com
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Marzgtp
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Very comfortable handle

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This ratchet is one of my favorite go to ratchets. 84 -tooth slim and thin fits in tight spots. The fit and finish is very nice. I would recommend this 3/8 ratchet!!! Now I need the 1/4 and 1/2 inch.

March 28th via mobile
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ALTER Lovo
| Earned 47 community points in Craftsman
January 28th
DIY-ED
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Craftsman 3/8" Drive Thin-Profile Ratchet

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Great tool!

January 23rd via sears.com
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