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Craftsman 1/2" Drive 18" Flex Handle EXPIRED

Corwin 7,329 36,864 July 13, 2016 at 09:36 PM in Tools (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 07-13-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:50 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has Craftsman 1/2" Drive 18" Flex Handle (44202) on sale for $9.96. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks Corwin

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Built with positive stops at 45 egress on both sides, this Craftsman 1/2" Drive 18" Handle offers more energy to fasteners while eliminating th e needs to reinforce the back end for stability. A solid addition to any kit; tightening down engine mounts, unlock old seized lugs & more - Discombobulated

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  • Craftsman 1/2" Drive 18" Flex Handle [sears.com] $9.96
    • Features
      • Alloyed steel
      • Positive stop at 0 and 45 degrees add stability
      • Smooth finish makes it easy to clean-up after the dirtiest jobs
      • Flexible design delivers torque at multiple angles
      • Works with any 1/2 in. drive socket
      • Added length means added strength in every turn
      • Guaranteed forever
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#3
Seems like a great deal. Picked one up. I have 5 in points so I actually got this for 5 beans.
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#4
Flex Handle? Looks like a Breaker Bar to me.
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#5
It is a break bar, a good one
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Made in China Frown
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#7
HarborFreight breaker bars have a true flex handle.
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Quote from cockadoodle View Post :
HarborFreight breaker bars have a true flex handle.
but FP doesn't belong to HF
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#9
I wouldn't trust that handle not to have a burr on it.
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#10
I have one. I'm not exactly wearing it to death, but it's helped me loosen many a bolt, mostly on cars, and it works wonders.
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#11
I have a Snap On one at work and a H.F. one in the garage.. never an issue with either.. not much to a breaker bar.. and for around $10 that is a great deal.. probably pd. 10x that for Snap On name Frown
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#12
Repped, thanks.
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#13
Thanks, good item to have craftsman warrantee on, jump up and down on it
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Quote from robstebb View Post :
I have a Snap On one at work and a H.F. one in the garage.. never an issue with either.. not much to a breaker bar.. and for around $10 that is a great deal.. probably pd. 10x that for Snap On name Frown
You paid $100 for a breaker bar?
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#15
Removing really stuck lug nuts. A car I'm working on had poorly cast rims, and the lug nuts that were on there were incorrect, so the lug nuts actually were binding on the holes in the wheels. My battery powered impact wrench didn't work, but a breaker bar got the job done.
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