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Craftsman 3 pc. Socket Cap Set

Item# 00943303000P | Model# 43303 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 3 pc. Socket Cap Set
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Work Like the Pros When you can't fit the entire ratchet in the space you need, attach one of these socket caps to your wrench for easy fastening. The same solution professionals use for car, boat and aircraft repairs, these caps cover all common drive sizes so you'll be able to take on any repair that comes your way. You'll be in and out in no time with this Craftsman set.

  • This 3-piece set includes the following sizes: 1/4", 3/8", 1/2"
  • Ball bearing on the wrench end gives the cap a better grip
  • 6-point design is perfect for heavier wrenching jobs
  • Made from an alloy steel with a black oxide finish for durability
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By 1982fordf100
July 17th, 2013
Grabbed the last set of made in USA

Searching through the shelf I found the last set of these that where still made in the USA. All of the new packages of these now come labelled made in China. It's a sad day to see Craftsman tools now being made in China.

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By CraftsmanCrazyxp
January 30th, 2008
Works fine but is disappointing

The quality of the set is very good. However, the 3/8 inch adpater needs a metric 14mm, and the other two needs SAE of 3/8 and 11/16 inch, respectively. A smart way to force you buy their tools to use this set? I'm very annoyed by this.

5 found this review helpful
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Tight spot helper


This is a big help in tight spots where a ratchet won't fit use these with a wrench on the socket. Or to finger tighten or loosen when you can't grip the socket the bolt head gives something to grip.

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ragtop ragtop
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Emery Kocsis
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Ultimate low clearance solution


Sometimes a six point deep socket is the only tool that will loosen a stubborn nut or bolt. So how does that work when you just can’t get a ratchet in the same space to drive the socket?? These are the solution - giving you an easy grip for a thin wrench to access and turn the socket

April 28th
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Charles Mills
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February 20th
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Hope they work


Looks a lot smaller than what is pictured .

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