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Craftsman Filter Wrench

Item# 02820519000P | Model# 20519 | Added on January 1, 2000 |
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Craftsman Filter Wrench
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Adjustable Craftsman Filter Wrench The Craftsman Model# 20519 wrench is the only wrench you'll need when changing your oil. Use this universal filter in hard to reach places and wherever you need an adjustable wrench. The self-adjusting Craftsman Filter Wrench fits all automobile filters from 2-1/2 inches to 3-3/16 inches diameter. Keep this filter wrench in your toolbox it easily attaches to 3/8 inch square drive socket wrench. Just turn counterclockwise and it will adjust itself.

  • The Craftsman Model# 20519 wrench is constructed of heavy-duty steel and plated to resist rust
  • Backed by Craftsman's Forever Warranty
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By Niftyswell
January 31st, 2012
Craftsman Filter Wrench works as a spanner wrench too!

Makes a handy spanner wrench at a fraction of the price!  I know it isnt what it is specified for but the stock volvo fuel pump removal tool costs nearly 400 dollars from the dealer. This tool lines up perfectly and it is simply a matter of keeping the gears from engaging to make this tool tighten the pump back into place as well.  Simply use a screw driver to keep the tool from spreading when tightening. Since then I have used it for other tasks that required loosening or clamping as well. Very durable, simple, and inexpensive- it has become a very handy addition to my tool box. Absolute lifesaver!

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By cannfamily10
September 20th, 2009
Don't waste your money.

I bought this to try to remove a small spin on filter inside of a Dodge transmission. Not only did it not work but it just bent and spread apart. Poor design, I'm sure that's why it it so inexpensive. I took it back and the store replaced it, the second one did the same thing.

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Niftyswell

Craftsman Filter Wrench works as a spanner wrench too!

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<p>Makes a handy spanner wrench at a fraction of the price!  I know it isnt what it is specified for but the stock volvo fuel pump removal tool costs nearly 400 dollars from the dealer. This tool lines up perfectly and it is simply a matter of keeping the gears from engaging to make this tool tighten the pump back into place as well.  Simply use a screw driver to keep the tool from spreading when tightening. Since then I have used it for other tasks that required loosening or clamping as well. Very durable, simple, and inexpensive- it has become a very handy addition to my tool box. Absolute lifesaver!</p>

January 31st via sears.com
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diptech

Compact, durable, and works every time.

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December 28th via sears.com
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JTX99

Bigger than it looks online

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<p>I purchased this to remove the filter from a Harley Davidson as it looked like the right size online.</p>
<p>It is not, however the same size. Don't buy this for use on motorcycles as it is way too large. Otherwise it is a good low-cost filter remover.</p>

March 28th via sears.com
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cannfamily10

Don't waste your money.

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<p>I bought this to try to remove a small spin on filter inside of a Dodge transmission. Not only did it not work but it just bent and spread apart. Poor design, I'm sure that's why it it so inexpensive. I took it back and the store replaced it, the second one did the same thing.</p>

September 20th via sears.com
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