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Craftsman 41 pc. 1/4" & 3/8" Drive Flex Socket Set

Item# 00935750000P | Model# 35750 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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A Better Approach to Mechanical Work This flex socket set is perfect for reaching nuts and bolts tucked deep into tight spaces. Each socket features a flexible pivot head that fits fasteners at multiple angles, so you won't have to get creative to loosen the bolt in your car's engine. Designed to fit your 1/4" and 3/8" drive tools, this set comes with 41 socket sizes to make sure you'll have the right size for your next job.

  • This 41-piece flex socket set includes the following sizes: 17 1/4"-drive sockets (6 pt; 3/16" - 9/16", 5mm - 14 mm), 17 3/8"-drive sockets (6 pt; 3/8" - 3/4", 10mm - 19 mm), 7 3/8"-drive sockets (12 pt; 3/8" - 3/4") sockets
  • Flex pivot head bends to target fasteners at an angle, perfect for cramped spaces
  • 6- and 12-point sockets give you the right grip for heavy and light fasteners
  • Comes in both standard and metric sizes to make sure you're covered
  • Constructed of alloyed steel for dependable durability
  • Nickel-chrome plating prevents corrosion
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By ShrewdOne
March 2nd, 2015
Craftsman 42 pc. Flex Socket Set

They don't get too much better than this reasonably comprehensive set! I have been eyeing this set for a very long time and finally decided to move on it since it is one of the remaining few Craftsman tools still made in the USA. These are simply awesome in every way and for a fabulous price relative to the competition. If you were ever considering investing in a swivel socket set then this is the one to get, but don't delay. Highly recommend this set and extremely pleased with it!

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BOBBY GAUNTT
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IMHO

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IMHO. I think this is a great starter set for the price. You can tell that these will wear out over time or continuous use. But I feel like its a good value. If your looking for something with a longer life. I recommend the pinless 1/2 in impact set...These are unfortunately not American made...I would still recommend this product . Good Value!

February 8th
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T_Arch
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Decent set

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Good 6 point set.
12 points are limited to SAE 3/8" drive sizes (3/8" and larger.).
Could use 1/4" 12 points as I run into quite a few 12 point fasteners that are smaller than 3/8". Those sizes are not however apparently offered by Craftsman in a flex socket.

December 23rd via sears.com
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Chad Wilson
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Great set to have in your tool box

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Nice set. Regret not purchasing this sooner. Really made the job I bought this for go easygoing on myself and my son

December 7th
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Austinfreeman7969
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Great Product

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September 9th via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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Craftsman 41 pc. 1/4" & 3/8" Drive Flex Socket Set
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