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44-Piece GearWrench SAE/Metric 3/8" Drive Impact Socket Set

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Amazon has 44-Piece GearWrench SAE/Metric 3/8" Drive Impact Socket Set (84916N) for $54.39. Shipping is free. Thanks inventurous

Note, in stock on December 14, 2018.


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Pretty much the lowest price per CCC.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00UM688Z6
  • Impact Sockets built from chrome molybdenum alloy steel (CR-MO) for exceptional strength and durability
  • Off-corner loading design reduces fastener rounding
  • Black phosphate corrosion-resistant coating laser etched with high-visibility markings and hard stamped with size labels
  • Deep 6-point sockets with chamfered openings and an attachment port compatible with traditional ratchets
  • Parallel neck down design on 8mm, 9mm, 10mm, and 11mm sockets allow improved access around restricted fasteners
  • Meets or exceeds ASME B107.2 specifications for proven strength
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It's best not to use an adapter if you can help it. Since you bought a 1/2" wrench, you should get 1/2" sockets for it.
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How's the quality of these??
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How's the quality of these??
Vs compare to other brands suchs as craftsman dewalt etc?
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How's the quality of these??
I actually just got mine in the mail. Initial quality looks good, very shiny and very few flaws. The sockets fit tightly in the case. Walls are just the right thickness to fit most places without being weak.

I haven't used any of the sockets yet though.
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Vs compare to other brands suchs as craftsman dewalt etc?
All of my GearWrench stuff has been outstanding and definitely a cut above Craftsman and most of Dewalt's stuff. The only other impact sockets that I also like a lot are the Makita Gold, but this set is a much better value for this many pieces.
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I really like the selection in this set, too bad it's 3/8".
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I got one at sears like two weeks ago for 70. Probably going to return it.
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3/8" impact is of limited utility IMO, 1/2" is where I would think most users would require impact sockets. GW stuff is nice though usually.
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3/8" impact is of limited utility IMO, 1/2" is where I would think most users would require impact sockets. GW stuff is nice though usually.
I picked these up to use with my future Milwaukee 3/8" stubby. Should be plenty for my needs since I don't work on tractors and most of my wrenches are either 3/8 or 1/4. Really just depends on what tools you already have and adapters are cheap if needed.
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How is this compared to the HF one ($24 after 20% coupon)?
https://www.harborfreight.com/37-...68011.html
Is it worth the double price? Also HF you can always walk in and exchange if broken (lifetime warranty).
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I love my harbor freight set! Used it heavily for 5 years with no issues. I highly recommend it.
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How is this compared to the HF one ($24 after 20% coupon)?
https://www.harborfreight.com/37-...68011.html [harborfreight.com]
Is it worth the double price? Also HF you can always walk in and exchange if broken (lifetime warranty).
I think the quality is much better than HF, but whether it's worth the price difference is up to you. Someone asked the same question on Amazon, and here are the replies:
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Is its quality better than Harbor Freight ones?
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  • yes it.
  • By Vandy Johnson… on March 22, 2018
  • I don't know they're both made in China but it is a real good set
  • By jabroni on March 22, 2018
  • Of course!
  • By DzPhm on March 22, 2018
  • Much better quality
  • By SCUBA GLENN on March 22, 2018
  • Way better than harbor freight in my opinion. Material and craftsmanship of them feels of much higher standard. I've had these sockets for a little over a year now and I use them every day. They have met every one of my expectations and I have been unable to break any of then which is a positive! Definitely an incredible set for your money. see less
  • By Natural44 on March 23, 2018
  • This set is way better than Harbor Freight nicely polish and sturdy.
  • By Errol Thompson on March 22, 2018
  • Yes; very high quality set.
  • By Robert on March 22, 2018
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I should've waited bought the craftsman set for 95$w no case.Still trying to find a case of some sort to keep them organized
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Why no 20mm socket? jumped from 19 to 21 with no 20mm.
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