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Craftsman 3/8 in. Ratchet Wrench

Item# 00919933000P | Model# 19933 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman’s Comfort-Grip Ratchet Wrench Will Get a Lot of Air Time in Your Garage Perfect for tackling projects under the hood or on the bench, the Craftsman 3/8" comfort grip ratchet wrench features a built-in power regulator that allows you to decide the perfect amount of torque power needed without adjusting the air compressor. The wrench’s air exhaust rotates 360 degrees, unlike many ratchet wrenches with just two standard positions. This significantly reduces the tool’s noise output when in use. Pneumatic wrenches are great for tightening or loosening bolts and nuts in hard-to-reach places because you don’t have to rotate the handle to create torque. The Craftsman comfort-grip ratchet wrench makes your life easier with a number of unique features and capabilities, allowing you to handle stubborn bolts in tight places.

  • Craftsman 3/8" comfort-grip ratchet wrench puts nuts and bolts in their place
  • Ergonomic throttle-lever design
  • Built-in air regulator
  • Swivel air inlet
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By Richard23
October 18th, 2007
Very Innovative and Unique

Being a mechanic all my life, I must say this is one of the nicest ratchets I have ever used. It is quiet and full of professional features that usually are found in ratchets that retail over $100.00. The rating exhaust and built in air regulator came in quite handy when I was working in those tight spots. The tool is very powerful and much quieter then most conventional ratchets in the market. I was truly impressed with this tool and will definitely recommend Craftsman tools to my fellow mechanic's. Thank you Sears for another great tool!!!

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By HemiRick
September 21st, 2013
Broke after about 6 uses

The switch to make it spin has quit working. I;ve only used this ratchet for about 6 jobs so far......

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good tool trigger could use an upgrade.breaks easy

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Works ok


Trigger could be longer

November 5th via
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Ratcheting mechanism keeps breaking


I'm on my third one of these in only a few months. And I need to exchange it again. For whatever reason the ratcheting mechanism keeps messing up on me. It works, but it won't turn under any force. It seems like it keeps slipping backwards before it grabs the next tooth. So it will turn properly, but the second you put any resistance onto it, the rocker in the head will still move as it should, but it won't turn the drive. I have gotten less than 20 uses out of each of them before they stop being able to even turn a bolt. Biggest waste of money I have in my toolbox. Now I either have to keep exchanging them every month or two and hope I eventually get one that works properly, or spend more money on a better one.

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