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50% off Gear Wrench Tool Sets: 7pc Stubby Wrench Set

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Advance Auto Parts is offering 50% off select Gear Wrench Tool Sets. Select free store pickup where available or shipping is free on $25+ orders. Thanks Yukon400

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Gear Wrench is part of Apex Tool Group (Crescent, Wiss, Weller, Allen, etc). I have their 120 position ratchet and love it. They also have a lifetime warranty with USA support.

These flex sockets look really interesting. Basically a socket + universal joint. Anyone ever used one?
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I have the 20 piece ratcheting wrench set. It's great quality, much better than my craftsman set. Too bad the 15% off can't be stacked.
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Solid value on the stubby set, I just bought some husky stubbies for a job last night, I think for that scenario having the non ratcheting was beneficial, it's hard to predict uses for some of the overly specific stuff. I wish they had some of their big impact sets on sale.
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How are they on returning and buying a different set? I bought the smaller hex/torx bit set about a month ago for about the price of the 40 piece set
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How are they on returning and buying a different set? I bought the smaller hex/torx bit set about a month ago for about the price of the 40 piece set
If you've used them, they probably won't be real happy to issue a return. The 2 stores near me are always surly to do anything that's a mild inconvenience. That said, there's no reason not to give it a shot.
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Gear Wrench is part of Apex Tool Group (Crescent, Wiss, Weller, Allen, etc). I have their 120 position ratchet and love it. They also have a lifetime warranty with USA support.

These flex sockets look really interesting. Basically a socket + universal joint. Anyone ever used one?
The universal sockets I have don't get used very often. At times the are necessary, but most times a universal adapter is acceptable. Any time you have to use one, tightening and loosening power goes down.
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The universal sockets I have don't get used very often. At times the are necessary, but most times a universal adapter is acceptable. Any time you have to use one, tightening and loosening power goes down.
They're great for hard to reach places though; you almost are required to have one to get to some of the turbo components on my Miata without stripping studs.

IMO very useful if you have tight cramped bay space to work in.
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Are these prices B&M or just online?
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Too bad the 15% off can't be stacked.
I can't believe they still do not allow GC for online purchases! I've been trying to get rid of this GC for forever!
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Thanks, op. I've been thinking about getting some ratcheting wrenches. (That sounds like a good band name.)
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Gear Wrench is part of Apex Tool Group (Crescent, Wiss, Weller, Allen, etc). I have their 120 position ratchet and love it. They also have a lifetime warranty with USA support.

These flex sockets look really interesting. Basically a socket + universal joint. Anyone ever used one?
I have several sets made by Proto, Craftsman and SK in different drive sizes and SAE/Metric etc. While they do not get used very often when you need one they are worth their weight in gold.
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Amex has 5 back for 20 too, up to 3x. YMMV
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question about the stubby wrenches, before somehow I got the regular size 10mm wrench to work when I was bleeding the brakes. Now other than bleeding the brakes what other jobs that needs stubby wrench? this seems like a good deal I mean one stubby wrench is around 12 to 24 bucks! Thinking about pulling the trigger.

when does this deal end?

wanted to break the 10mm wrench before so I can bleed the brakes better, what do you guy use to break a wrench in half?
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