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Craftsman Serpentine Belt Tool

Item# 00941831000P | Model# 41831 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman Serpentine Belt Tool
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This Serpentine Belt Tool Delivers the Grip You Need Designed to make a tough job easy, this Craftsman serpentine belt tool includes range of 3 crow’s foot wrenches and 3 sockets to deliver the grip you need to get pulley tensioners moving. Crafted from durable alloyed steel, the bar and extension deliver plenty of torque, while designed to give you a firm hold, the bar features a dipped handle that gives even oily hands a solid grip. Featuring a long bar, solid holding extension and a mess of sizes, whether you’re working on a foreign or domestic vehicle, this serpentine belt tool delivers. Simple to use and fast, it’s built to get the job done and you up and running. Backed by Craftsman’s Forever Warranty, add this tool to your kit and get that belt swapped.

  • Craftsman serpentine belt tool includes: Belt tool, extension, 3 crow’s foot wrenches and 3 - 12 point sockets
  • Steel construction delivers solid torque
  • Extension helps you reach hard to get to pulleys
  • High traction handle gives you a grip
  • Long design increases leverage
  • Backed by the Craftsman Forever Warranty
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By gl12ool
June 5th, 2015
Just hat the Dr, Ordered

After years of dealing with tensioner belts using breaker bars, this tool makes the job easy. I was always concerned of getting fingers pinched (mine or my helpers). The length of this tool allows me to get my fingers well out of the danger area, gives me a huge mechanical advantage to release the tensioner, and is slim enough to get into the close tolerance areas between the engine and fan (or shock towers on transverse mounted engines, ie Front Wheel Drive Vehicles) I haven't used the Claw Foot or Sockets as of yet, but they appear to be the same quality Craftsman tools I've been using for years.

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By FlyBoy
October 13th, 2006
Very disappointing

The worst Craftsman hand tool I've ever purchased. Worked okay the first time I used it, but by the second time, the crow's foot was marred and wouldn't fit properly on the tensioner bolt. By the third time I tried to use it, it was completely useless--I had to resort to a crow bar, complete with all the risks of damaging the tensioner body and/or other engine parts. I'll be returning to Sears tomorrow for a replacement, but don't have high hopes that it will work any better. I've never seen a Craftsman tool wear out in such a short time.

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identical to gearwrench serpentine belt tool kit. made in taiwan. good quality tool. red rubber grips, smooth black finish and bar has 3/8 drive head with ball detent and long enough for good torque. includes a 1/2 drive extension that has 6 positions you fit the 3/8 drive one onto. comes with 3 crowfoot (13,14,15) and 4 EXTRA shallow sockets which work perfectly (forgot sizes)

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Richard Smith
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October 19th
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All I received was a receipt in the package


It’s no wonder sears is going out of business. Took my money, charged cc, sent receipt via mail. Idiots.

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