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2-Piece Craftsman Socket Rack: 1/2", 3/8" or 1/4" EXPIRED

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Sears.com has 2-Piece Craftsman Socket Rack (various sizes) on sale listed below for $3.59 each. Select in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free for orders $25+. Thanks sandman420 and acbaugh

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These socket racks are a simple and convenient way to organize your sockets at the jobsite or around the home. Each features a vinyl grip. -Corwin

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@Sears - Link for 3/8" drive rails [sears.com]

Link for 1/2" drive rails - $3.59 [sears.com]

Description Item # 00941324000P Model # 41324

Take your sockets wherever you need them with the 2 pc. Socket Rack.
A must-have for any handyman, whether you own a simple set or hundreds, the Craftsman 2 pc. Socket Rack is a simple and convenient way to keep your sockets nearby at the jobsite or around the home. Each rail includes 14 clips that will hold sockets up to 3/8 inches in diameter. This classic design comes with a vinyl grip that feels firm and secure in your hand. Backed by a lifetime Craftsman warranty, guaranteeing years and years of solid performance.
The 2 pc. Socket Rack is a no-hassle, lightweight way to organize your sockets. When you're doing a tune-up underneath the car, you don't want to slide in and out just to get a different size socket. So why not take all the ones you know you'll probably need before you begin? And since the sockets clip firmly in place, you won't have to worry about them scattering across the floor.

  • Organize your tools with the Craftsman 2 pc. Socket Rack
  • Comes with 2 rails
  • Each rail has 14 clips with vinyl grip, so you can carry socket set to the job
  • Backed by a lifetime warranty
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Paid $8.20 for 2 of 3/8 and 2 of 1/2 with $6.00 rewards that I had.
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What luck! I was just shopping Home Depot, Menards, Fleet Farm and Harbor Freight for these bad boys a week ago! Ended up with some cheapo plastic ones that barely had any handle on them. Didn't want to spend the money on some potential junk ones from Ebay.

You seriously made my night!

Fyi socket rails with handles are extremely hard to come by in my experience. Now that Sears is leaving us I would recommend these if you like to keep your tools organized.
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Saw these earlier today, grabbed all 3 sizes.
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Had 9$ in free cash on a 25$ order. So I bought 7 of them
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nice find. can finally bring some order to the disorder in my socket draw. all 3 sets for $10 is a great deal
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What luck! I was just shopping Home Depot, Menards, Fleet Farm and Harbor Freight for these bad boys a week ago! Ended up with some cheapo plastic ones that barely had any handle on them. Didn't want to spend the money on some potential junk ones from Ebay.

You seriously made my night!

Fyi socket rails with handles are extremely hard to come by in my experience. Now that Sears is leaving us I would recommend these if you like to keep your tools organized.
Sears is finally folding?
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Ordering online saves you an additional 10%
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i had these. threw them out. might be ok if you carry your tools with you, but if you have a large toolbox, they take up too much space, and the sockets are not easy to remove. they dont stand up, so they have to lay flat, and that is just wasted space. also, when you get to 3/8, they start to get heavy. when you get to 1/2, way too heavy. the best for a tool box are the holders that the socket stands up, and are marked so they are easy to see.
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i had these. threw them out. might be ok if you carry your tools with you, but if you have a large toolbox, they take up too much space, and the sockets are not easy to remove. they dont stand up, so they have to lay flat, and that is just wasted space. also, when you get to 3/8, they start to get heavy. when you get to 1/2, way too heavy. the best for a tool box are the holders that the socket stands up, and are marked so they are easy to see.
Still probably better than them being thrown into my drawer with no organization at all?
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Wish I didn't already have about 20 various size rails and hundreds of clips from Proto. Still considering it though...

These don't cost much more and I bet the handle makes it a lot easier to pry the sockets off when they're new and the clips are still tight. My Proto rails are flat and sometimes it can be a PITA trying to rip a socket loose.
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Very handy here!
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I got one of the lisle magnetic ones and love it for portability and ease of use. Much better than these cheap things, but much more expensive...
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