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2-Piece Husky Breaker Bar Set EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 2-Piece Husky Breaker Bar Set (H2PCBREAKBAR) on sale for $12.88. Shipping is free or select free curbside pickup where available.

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Set Includes:
  • 1x 3/8" Drive: 10" L Breaker Bar
  • 1x 1/2" Drive: 15" L Breaker Bar
Key Features:
  • Made from alloy steel
  • 180° Swivel Head
  • Break free stubborn or stuck fasteners
  • Chamfered lead-ins help to provide fast and easy placement onto sockets
  • Knurled handle grip provides a non-slip grip
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI standards
  • Flexible head for multiple angles of use
  • Lifetime warranty with no questions, no receipt required

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Home Depot has this 2 piece breaker bar set for $12.88 with free shipping or store pick up.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../313084462

*Set includes one 3/8 in. drive: 10 in. L breaker bar and one 1/2 in. drive: 15 in. L breaker bar

*Break free stubborn or stuck fasteners

*Chamfered lead-ins help to provide fast and easy placement onto sockets

*Knurled handle grip provides a non-slip grip

*Meets or exceeds ANSI standards

*Flexible head for multiple angles of use

*Lifetime warranty with no questions, no receipt required

This was front page last time they were this price at the end of October. I just ordered another set.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../313084462
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Husky warranty is perhaps one of the best if not the best tool warranty, lifetime, no receipt, walk into any Home Depot and they give you a new one, no questions asked, plus the tools are very high quality for the price

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Got one
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Husky warranty is perhaps one of the best if not the best tool warranty, lifetime, no receipt, walk into any Home Depot and they give you a new one, no questions asked, plus the tools are very high quality for the price
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Quote from DestroyerOfMines :
Husky warranty is perhaps one of the best if not the best tool warranty, lifetime, no receipt, walk into any Home Depot and they give you a new one, no questions asked, plus the tools are very high quality for the price
With no more Sears around by me I started switching to Husky when I needed to add to the hand tools or replace something that got lost. The quality seems good for the price. I've since also added some Tekton and Milwaukee hand tools as well because I found various deals on them. Tekton was also the only one I could find producing 6 point 1/2" sockets in a value or budget line.
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With no more Sears around by me I started switching to Husky when I needed to add to the hand tools or replace something that got lost. The quality seems good for the price. I've since also added some Tekton and Milwaukee hand tools as well because I found various deals on them. Tekton was also the only one I could find producing 6 point 1/2" sockets in a value or budget line.
Same here. My torque wrench is tekton. Sunex makes good stuff too.
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why they remove ship to store option? fedex so bad in my area, won't deal with missing package problem again.
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Dang, was hoping for a longer 1/2" drive bar. Already have one this size, but I often find myself using a cheater pipe with it
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What do you all use these shorter breaker bars for?

Seems like 18" might be the minimum length and 24" probably the most often used? Just wondering if i'd find a use for these.
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good deal, but short for breaker bars. You might already have a metal longer pipe that fits over the breaker bar to extend its effective length as a cheater bar to add more leverage. I guess the shorter bar could help in tight space
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What do you all use these shorter breaker bars for?

Seems like 18" might be the minimum length and 24" probably the most often used? Just wondering if i'd find a use for these.
Yea, not very useful. 15" is doable, especially with a cheater pipe. Thus, items are being dumped with sale price
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How do you use this? Do I need this tool? I'm just filling my garage with everything.
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How do you use this? Do I need this tool? I'm just filling my garage with everything.
Breaker bars are meant to "break" free stubborn fasteners. Once the fastener is "broken" free, you can use a regular ratchet wrench or something to remove it the rest of the way. A lot of people will just use the regular ratchet wrench to break the fastener loose, but that's not great for the ratchet mechanism, which is why breaker bars are used instead
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For smaller spaces, a short breaker bar and a BFH work well, and keeps your ratchets in good shape.
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Is the 1/2 inch too short for breaking lug nuts on a rim? Without using a cheater pipe?
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