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This set includes 10 SAE and 10 metric wrenches covering sizes 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4, 13/16 in.; and 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18 mm. -johnny_miller

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  • Set includes 10 SAE and 10 metric wrenches covering sizes 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4, 13/16 in.; and 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18 mm
  • 72-tooth, 0⁰ offset ratcheting box-end for tight spaces
  • Lifetime Warranty with no questions, no receipt required.

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Yep. While wrenches with an offset are often preferable, flat ones like these are plenty useable in most applications. Without a reverse lever (more money), the only way to reverse these is to flip them over, which would be untenable with any offset.

While you can achieve offset with the flex versions (more money), accidental movement in that joint is a problem unless you get locking flex (even more money).

Note that this set skips 16mm, which could be important for suspension work on some vehicles. The lack of a 19mm is OK since it includes the equivalent 3/4".
3/4"=19.05mm (the difference is about half the thickness of a piece of paper)
As always... no offset, no dice. I have a very similar set of Kobalt zero offset ratcheting wrenches. I doubt they've been out of my toolbox in four or five years. Too many scraped knuckles and pinched fingers.

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As always... no offset, no dice. I have a very similar set of Kobalt zero offset ratcheting wrenches. I doubt they've been out of my toolbox in four or five years. Too many scraped knuckles and pinched fingers.
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As always... no offset, no dice. I have a very similar set of Kobalt zero offset ratcheting wrenches. I doubt they've been out of my toolbox in four or five years. Too many scraped knuckles and pinched fingers.
I guess the offset (or lack thereof) is to help in tight spaces? I agree that in general then this seems a very specific tool for certain wrenching in tight spaces, likely somewhere in an engine bay, and not as good for general use
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I guess the offset (or lack thereof) is to help in tight spaces? I agree that in general then this seems a very specific tool for certain wrenching in tight spaces, likely somewhere in an engine bay, and not as good for general use
Fair point. But I've swung a lot of wrenches. Many. I suppose it could have happened at some point, but I really don't recall ever saying to myself "You really ought to go drag out those zero offset wrenches for this bolt."
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I have used the hell out of my zero offset wrenches for a long time. If I didn't already have these I would be on it.
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No need to argue. Both both flat ones and 15 degree ones. Both are useful.
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No need to argue. Both both flat ones and 15 degree ones. Both are useful.
Yep. While wrenches with an offset are often preferable, flat ones like these are plenty useable in most applications. Without a reverse lever (more money), the only way to reverse these is to flip them over, which would be untenable with any offset.

While you can achieve offset with the flex versions (more money), accidental movement in that joint is a problem unless you get locking flex (even more money).

Note that this set skips 16mm, which could be important for suspension work on some vehicles. The lack of a 19mm is OK since it includes the equivalent 3/4".
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Yep. While wrenches with an offset are often preferable, flat ones like these are plenty useable in most applications. Without a reverse lever (more money), the only way to reverse these is to flip them over, which would be untenable with any offset.

While you can achieve offset with the flex versions (more money), accidental movement in that joint is a problem unless you get locking flex (even more money).

Note that this set skips 16mm, which could be important for suspension work on some vehicles. The lack of a 19mm is OK since it includes the equivalent 3/4".
Good call on 16mm. So is gearwrench 20 pieces set. They all like to skip some sizes unfortunately.
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Good call on 16mm. So is gearwrench 20 pieces set. They all like to skip some sizes unfortunately.
My Craftsman set skips 16 also. A real PITA when all your vehicles in the past 20 years have been metric.
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This set is identical to the gearwrench comparable. I purchased this set and a gear wrench set, only difference was the husky came with a nylon roll case. Looked like the wrenches came from the same factory. Logos were different, but the imprints for the sizes were the same.
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As always... no offset, no dice. I have a very similar set of Kobalt zero offset ratcheting wrenches. I doubt they've been out of my toolbox in four or five years. Too many scraped knuckles and pinched fingers.
I personally prefer wrenches without any offset, however my bigger problem with these is they are not a full set and they don't have a 19mm.
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I personally prefer wrenches without any offset, however my bigger problem with these is they are not a full set and they don't have a 19mm.
3/4"=19.05mm (the difference is about half the thickness of a piece of paper)
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This set is identical to the gearwrench comparable. I purchased this set and a gear wrench set, only difference was the husky came with a nylon roll case. Looked like the wrenches came from the same factory. Logos were different, but the imprints for the sizes were the same.
This is exactly what I thought. This packaging exactly mirrors the Gearwrench except for the name of course. I have the Gearwrench set and these look soooooo similar.
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The exact Gearwrench set is the same price at Napa
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