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Craftsman 7-piece Universal Ratcheting Wrench Set – Standard

Item# 00921028000P | Model# 21028 | Added on June 11, 2010 |
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7-piece Standard Universal Ratcheting Wrench Sets Deliver a Grip You Can Count On Whether you’re reaching under the hood, under the sink or walking into the furnace room, Craftsman 7-piece standard wrench sets deliver the grip you need while cutting down on your load. Built to hold on tight, it features a universal ratcheting box end with a specialized ridge design that focuses torsion pressure on a fastener’s side walls, allowing it to turn 4, 6, 12, Spline and External Torx easily. And since the box end is ratcheting, when you’re reaching deep into an engine compartment or around an appliance, you won’t lose contact with the fastener until the turning is done. Built for serious torque, 7-piece standard universal ratcheting wrench sets are crafted from rugged alloyed steel and feature a reinforced open end that takes hold of fasteners quickly while delivering the muscle that will bust even the rustiest bolts loose. A solid addition to any kit, this seven piece takes care of five head types, cutting down on heavy equipment that can slow you down. Backed by a Craftsman Forever Warranty and built tough, these tools will work hard as long as you do.

  • Craftsman 7-piece standard wrench sets include sizes: 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2 , 9/16, 5/8, 11/16 in.
  • Combination black oxide and precision ground finish for rust protection and smooth movements
  • Universal box end fits on 4, 6, 12 point, spline, external Torx and even rounded fasteners
  • Ratcheting box end action delivers continuous
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By nameapete
July 10th, 2012
What isnt made overseas now??

Lots of people complaining about these wrenches made in China but I bet half of the people complaining drive a Japanese car or a member of their family does. Look its is very disappointing these wrenches are made in China...why..less American Jobs..but on the bright side..Hey they are still guaranteed for life so why complain?

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By mbrang00
February 1st, 2013
Severe Disappointment...Made in China Crap

Ive always been a die hard Craftsman fan, bought this at local Sears store only to have the wrench break on me the first time i used it. "Tools no longer say made in USA", small print on back says made in China!!! Cheap metal, cheap build, and cheap feel...China tools was a mistake... took back to the store for refund. If Craftman is going to be China made, Im finding somthing else to spend my IRS refund on. Made in USA is where I go.

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