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GearWrench 3/4 in. Full Polish Stubby Ratcheting Combination Wrench

Item# 00947917000P | Model# 9506 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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GearWrench 3/4 in. Full Polish Stubby Ratcheting Combination Wrench
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3/4 Inch Stubby Wrench Torques in Tight Spots Drop this stubby GearWrench combo in your tool kit and never let hard to get at nuts and bolts stop you from getting the job done. Built tougher than nails and designed to deliver a vice-like grip that prevents rounding while spinning the toughest nuts and bolts with as few as five degrees of swing, this wrench is the bulldog of any tool kit. Whether you’re trying to get your wrist to fit under an alternator, stretching to tighten a gas line behind a furnace, or cramming your whole body under a sink, this wrench gives you the grip you need, where you need it. Tougher than ANSI and international DIN torque specs, built to stop slipping with Surface Drive® machining and featuring the kind of fine ratcheting mechanism that turns bolts when all you can move is your wrist, the 3/4 Inch Stubby Wrench goes where other wrenches just can’t. Drop its chrome body in your kit, and get the job done, no matter where it is.

  • The Gearwrench 3/4 in. stubby wrenchprovides solid grip and dependability to get the job done right
  • Stubby wrench beam allows access into tight areas than a standard combination will not
  • Surface Drive® design of the wrenches almost eliminates fastener rounding and slip
  • Ratcheting box end needs as little as 5 degrees to move the fastener compared to 30 degrees of standard wrench
  • All-metal construction with chrome finish stands up to rust and corrosion
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime
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