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7-Piece Craftsman Elbow Ratcheting Wrench Set (SAE) EXPIRED

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Promoted 11-04-2015 by Corwin at 05:37 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has 7-Piece Craftsman Elbow Ratcheting Wrench Set (SAE) on sale for $19.96. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks ChrisB65

Included sizes:
  • 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", 9/16", 5/8", 11/16" and 3/4"

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Written by Corwin

The pivoting heads on these wrenches allow them to fit into tight spots and hard to reach locations. -Corwin

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Edited November 5, 2015 at 12:23 PM by cricket702
Craftsman 7 pc. Inch Elbow Ratcheting Wrench Set SAE Or Metric $19.96 regularly $99.99 Free store pick-up or free shipping with SYW Max

Inch: http://www.sears.com/craftsman-7-...ockType=G2

Metric: http://www.sears.com/craftsman-7-...ockType=G1

The Craftsman 7-pc inch elbow ratcheting wrench set adjusts to fit in where ordinary tools won't go
Swivel design alters the length as well as the direction, helping the wrench twist into tighter spaces as well as tough angles
Swivel head locks into place with a click
Measurements meet SAE standards
12-point openings grip at more angles
Wrench lengths range from 7.03 to 11.84 in.
Opening sizes include: 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16 and 3/4 inch
The tools are made of alloy steel with an easy-to-clean chrome finish
Backed by the Craftsman Forever Guarantee

The Craftsman 7-pc metric elbow ratcheting wrench set features a 13-position pivot
Tool lengths range from 7 to 11.85 in. for leverage
The wrench openings are 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17 and 19 mm
The 12-point opening grips fasteners tight
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#3
Seriously, no 12mm... WTF!

Made in china.

Could be an issue getting a replacement once stock is gone.

Not that stellar reviews indicate quality control issues.
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Not a tool you'd use all the time, it when you need it, you will be glad you had it.
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Quote from ten80 View Post :
Seriously, no 12mm... WTF!

Made in china.

Could be an issue getting a replacement once stock is gone.

Not that stellar reviews indicate quality control issues.
You can get one from Gearwrench to fill the gap. It will match perfect but different stamping.

http://www.gearwrench.com/wrenche...rench.html
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Quote from ten80 View Post :
Seriously, no 12mm... WTF!

Made in china.

Could be an issue getting a replacement once stock is gone.

Not that stellar reviews indicate quality control issues.
Shouldn't be a problem getting a warranty replacement. Apex tools keeps a large stock for warranty replacement.
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#7
Almost everything is made in China now. For the price this is a nice set. As seen above just one replacement wrench cost more than this entire set.
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#8
Any experiences on the amount of "torque" these are able to withstand before the locking/elbow gives way? Trying to decide between these and regular ratcheting wrenches.
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Any experiences on the amount of "torque" these are able to withstand before the locking/elbow gives way? Trying to decide between these and regular ratcheting wrenches.
These should he bought as a supplement to ratcheting wrenches. I own a set of ratcheting short and stubby. Personally I wouldn't put a ton of torque on any ratcheting wrench. if it requires torque use a 6 point non ratcheting if you can.
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Any experiences on the amount of "torque" these are able to withstand before the locking/elbow gives way? Trying to decide between these and regular ratcheting wrenches.
Youll get 100x more use out of regular ratcheting wrenches. These are really only for specific applications.
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#11
I picked up the metric only. I only work on Toyota vehicles so I don't use standard much.
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#12
I bought one of each. For this price it will be worth it in the off chance I need to use one.
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#13
randomly in store last year they had boxes full of these but in 8 pc standard and 9 pc metric for $10. Metric were sold out but they had like 20 of the standard plus they had some deal where if you bought like 30 dollars in tools you got 10 back lol so i bought 6 of those sets and gave as gifts.

if you put the elbow straight it turns into a regular ratcheting wrench lol so im confused by how a regular wrench would be better than this....
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Quote from jmilcher View Post :
These should he bought as a supplement to ratcheting wrenches. I own a set of ratcheting short and stubby. Personally I wouldn't put a ton of torque on any ratcheting wrench. if it requires torque use a 6 point non ratcheting if you can.
This is exactly correct about torque...use a non ratcheting if you need that much torque.

Having these though i have put decent torque and not had the ratchet go. If its locked in correctly, it takes alot.
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#15
Thanks, picked up 2 metric sets.
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