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Craftsman 8PC MASTER SENSOR SOCKET SET

Item# 00904928000P | Model# 4928 | Added on October 2, 2015 |
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Craftsman 8PC MASTER SENSOR SOCKET SET
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Designed for the removal and installation of oxygen sensors, oil pressure sending units, and vacuum switches. Contents: 1 – 1/2-in. Drive oil sender socket, 1-3/16-in. (29-mm): fits 1-3/16-in. oil pressure sending units found on late-80’s and mid-90’s GM vehicles. 3-1/2-in. long (90-mm). 1 – 3/8-in. Drive PVS, TVS, and O2 socket, 7/8-in. (22-mm): removes and installs vacuum switches with a 7/8-in. hex. Also fits some oxygen sensors. 3-1/2-in. long (90-mm). 1 – 1/2-in. Drive GM thermal sensor switch socket, 1-1/16-in. (27-mm): removes and installs 1973-1977 GM thermal sensor switch. Also fits some oil pressure sending units. 3-5/16-in. long (85-mm). 1 – 3/8-in. Drive oxygen sensor socket, 7/8-in. (22-mm): removes and installs oxygen sensors in most domestic and some imported vehicles. Slotted socket allows for wire clearance. 3-1/8-in. long (80-mm). 1 – 3/8-in. Drive oil pressure sending unit socket, 1-1/16-in. (27-mm): deep well allows for up to 2-5/8-in. (67-mm) clearance. 2-15/16-in. long (74-mm). 1 – 1/2-in. Drive oxygen sensor socket, 7/8-in. (22-mm): removes and installs oxygen sensors in many domestic and imported vehicles. 2-in. long (50-mm). Offset with two drive positions for better access. 1 – 1/2-in. Drive low profile offset oxygen sensor socket, 7/8-in. (22-mm): removes and installs oxygen sensors in most domestic and some imported vehicles. Offset with two drive positions for better access. 1-3/16-in. long (30-mm). 1 – 3/8-in. Drive low profile ... read more
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By GSCHIFFMEYER
April 15th, 2016
Craftsman O2 Sockets

This product worked amazing. Came with a case and of course that wonderful Lifetime Warranty got to love craftsman.

6 found this review helpful
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By sprakash1
May 7th, 2018
where is my order

please let me know how long for my order ?

5 found this review helpful
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JavelinSST72
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Champion of the Garage

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A solid set of Sockets, that makes working on Your Own Vehicle Possible.
Craftsman did not cut corners on this set.
The case provides complete care of this product, and prevents scrambling through Your Tool Chest, or designating an Area / Drawer so they can remain together.
A GREAT BUY FOR THE COST

March 23rd via sears.com
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JENNIFER GRAHAM
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January 25th
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oxygen sending socket

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very good to have

January 23rd via sears.com
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Terry Wilson
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January 22nd
Dr81
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Good set of sensor sockets

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I bought these just to have on hand. I really only needed the O2 sensor socket, but after looking around I decided I'd just go ahead and order this entire set, it had the socket I needed plus several others that could come in handy in the future, plus they came in a nice plastic case to keep them organized while not in use, besides they are covered with a great warranty and just a little higher for this whole set compared to the price of just one O2 socket made by another reputable company with a warranty so I figured why not, can't go wrong buying these sockets, it's by far the best deal I seen.

November 27th via mobile
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