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4-Piece GearWrench Full Polish Flex Handle Ratchet Set EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 4-Piece GearWrench Full Polish Flex Handle Ratchet Set (81230F) for $64.26. Shipping is free. Thanks nhaydu

Set includes:
  • 1/4" Drive Full Polish Flex Head Ratchet (81012)
  • 3/8" Drive Full Polish Flex Head Ratchet (81215)
  • 3/8" Drive Stubby Flex Head Ratchet - Full Polish (81212)
  • 1/2" Drive Full Polish Flex Head Ratchet (81306)
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I use the 120xp version of these everyday as a mechanic and absolutely abuse them (hammering on them and using pipes as cheater bars) and have failed to break a single one yet after years of use.
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Thank you
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I own this set. It's nicely done, I like the backdrag of the 84 tooth. I'd buy again.
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did some research on the warranty and it seems many people are not happy with the RMA process (requires mail-in, takes up to 3-4 months, according to some reports).

obviously YMMV with warranty, but this is a a dealbreaker for me, personally
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Wish I had a few bucks, this would be a nice set.
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Well now I'm kinda regretting buying the 3 piece non flex head 120xp for this price...
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In for 1. I have plenty of ratchets but not a flex head. Please convince me to keep this.
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Reviews look mixed. Some state that it keeps changing direction during use (3/8), some say excellent.
Poor QC?
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I have a standard 3/8" Craftsman ratchet that is my only ratchet. I'd like a set with multiple lengths, flex heads and ones with finer teeth for tight spaces instead of standard ratcheting. Would this be for me?
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As an FYI, I discovered there are sockets with external hex that can be used (E.g.) a flex head ratcheting wrench on (eg, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JBK1FHG/)
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I have a standard 3/8" Craftsman ratchet that is my only ratchet. I'd like a set with multiple lengths, flex heads and ones with finer teeth for tight spaces instead of standard ratcheting. Would this be for me?
If it'll be your primary set, I'd say it's a 50/50.

These flex heads don't lock, so if your'e okay daily driving a ratchet of that type then sure.
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In for 1. I have plenty of ratchets but not a flex head. Please convince me to keep this.
These are great for breaking lose and then flexing to 90 to unscrew something. Think spark plugs where its tight spacing.
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Good deal. I have the 120xp flex version of this set and the 84 tooth non flex 3 piece (no stubby). The 120xp are my favorite ratchets by far, but if you're on a budget, this set would be a nice compromise between function and price.

I haven't had a bad gearwrench experience yet, but also have never had to try and submit a warranty claim either.
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I bought it at $93.38, and would happily do so again
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