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Craftsman 3 pc. Finger Grip Socket Adapter Set

Item# 00943401000P | Model# 43401 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 3 pc. Finger Grip Socket Adapter Set
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A Better Grip on Fastening Whether you're working on your car or fixing a home appliance, use these finger grip socket adapters while you're threading on a nut or bolt. These adapters fit right between a socket and extension with diamond knurled sides for an easy grip while you're ratcheting away. With 3 unique male to female pieces, you'll be ready for any mechanical project that comes your way.

  • This 3-piece set includes: a 1/4" male to 1/4" female adapter, a 1/4" male to 1/4" hex female adapter, a 3/8" male to 1/4" hex female adapter
  • Allows access into tight areas using 1/4" and 3/8" sockets
  • Diamond knurled sides give you something to grip onto while you're working away
  • Features a color anodized aluminum allows for easy identification
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By EDA75
July 18th, 2014
Good Quality

These adapter feel well made. They were heavier than I expected, so I hope that translates into a well made product. I have not had a need to used them yet, but two features I like. First, they are color coded, which will make identifying them in the future easier. Second, the etching on the edge gives a good grip. Overall pleased, and would suggest to a friend.

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By tickyul
September 19th, 2012
UM.....not very great engineering.

First off, I own quite a bit of Craftsman tools, they are pretty good for the most part. BUT....this tool in poorly designed in my opinion. The components are actually good quality. The shaft that holds the socket/bits is sturdy and I could see it holding up to a lot of torque....probably last a long time. The knurled ring that goes around the shaft is also sturdy, easy to grip and has great knurling. Here is the problem.....both the grip and the shaft do not have a locking fit. Yes......both are round and the only thing that keeps the shaft ring from turning on the shaft is GLUE..........WTF???? I took this tool home and tried it........THE RING STARTED SLIPPING ON THE SHAFT. No, I did not apply a ton of torque. Craftsman should have used the same design, BUT they should have used a locking fit. Pretty dumb engineering if you ask me.

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SEARIOUSY
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Don't buy to use with hex bits

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I bought this to use in tight quarters with sockets and screw bits. There is no provision to lock in hex bits on the red and blue ones. The walls of the hex end are just straight. No magnet, no spring clip, nothing. Hex bits will just fall out. A big design miss in my opinion.

February 26th via sears.com
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TheLaz

Great

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November 11th via mobile
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bobbypel

nice

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the small grip sockets work great in tight spots. Well worth the there small price.

October 24th via mobile
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KJW3

Graet little set!

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Great little set! perfect for turning botls/screws until hand tight or removing bolts/screws ater losening. A finger saver! no more trying to grab those pesky bolt heads!

October 21st via sears.com
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silencius
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Handy especially if you have a diverse bit or socket set

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These adapters can be very useful since Craftsman's sockets are typically smooth chrome without any knurling. These will allow you to use your sockets in very tight spaces. Obviously, torque will be low, but that isn't always an issue.

November 18th via sears.com
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