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37 Piece Pittsburgh Impact Socket Set $20 AC

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Includes 3/8" and 1/2" sockets and case. Very heavy!

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Supposedly these are a good buy if you don't mind skipped sizes.
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Nice, especially at this price! Sizes are a little bit weird, but they're value-engineered to skip the less common ones. You'll be well off buying this set and filling in a size or two at your local hardware store as needed if you're just a weekend warrior. Or, you know, grab the chrome set and put some muscle into it for any missing sizes. Wink

While you're there, use the 30% off anything under $10 coupon (see hfqpdb.com homepage) on the 4-pc impact extension set and any oddball sizes you need (your particular axle nut socket size, for example) to help round this out.

Great find!
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Have this set . No problems thus far. Haven't had a need for any skipped sizes yet ..

Edit: I have noticed that if I need let's say a 22mm for my lugs (confirmed size) I have found that the equivalent standard 7/8" size fits better 🤷🏼 ♂️
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FWIW impact sockets are thicker than regular sockets making them unable to access some bolts, and so I'm going to say the the 3/8 sockets in this set are probably unnecessary. IMHO most cordless impact drivers (not to be confused with impact wrenches) aren't powerful enough to damage regular sockets anyway, especially as often as a homeowner would use them. So if that's your selling point I wouldn't let that sway your opinion.

If you have an impact wrench, I think the money would be better spent towards a fuller set of 1/2", both in SAE and metric. You'll spend a little more but with no gaps and with less on filler stuff you don't need. Peace
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I've had this set for years and it gets used and abused all the time. I've used it with both my air impact and cordless over that time, and it's been great.
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Any way to magnetize sockets?
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Any way to magnetize sockets?
Easy way: Put a small round magnet on an extension before attaching the socket

Hard way: Wrap a copper coil around the socket and then attach it to a power source
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I already have 1/2 inch sockets, but if the m12 3/8 stubby comes in from last weeks deal, I would be all over this.
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Have this set . No problems thus far. Haven't had a need for any skipped sizes yet ..

Edit: I have noticed that if I need let's say a 22mm for my lugs (confirmed size) I have found that the equivalent standard 7/8" size fits better 🤷🏼 ♂️
FWIW https://www.engineeringtoolbox.co..._1607.html
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Bump for those needing half inch sizes.
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Hello!

Is there anyway to either get free shipping, do in-store pick-up from an online order, or use the digital coupon in store (or use a printed out coupon)?
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Any way to magnetize sockets?
I use Neodymium magnets and just wave them over the item.
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FWIW impact sockets are thicker than regular sockets making them unable to access some bolts, and so I'm going to say the the 3/8 sockets in this set are probably unnecessary. IMHO most cordless impact drivers (not to be confused with impact wrenches) aren't powerful enough to damage regular sockets anyway, especially as often as a homeowner would use them. So if that's your selling point I wouldn't let that sway your opinion.

If you have an impact wrench, I think the money would be better spent towards a fuller set of 1/2", both in SAE and metric. You'll spend a little more but with no gaps and with less on filler stuff you don't need. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ies2/peace.gif
I have this very set and have utilized the 3/8" sockets in many applications from brakes to tie rod ends as I have a compact 3/8" Air Cat impact wrench. Those same sockets can be used on my larger 1/2" impact wrench with the included adapter. It is a good set and there is no reason for all impact sockets to be 1/2".
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