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7-Piece TEQ Correct Professional Stubby Metric Wrench Set EXPIRED

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Advance Auto Parts has 7-Piece TEQ Correct Professional Stubby Metric Wrench Set on sale for $14.99. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on $35+ orders.

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  • Set Includes: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18mm
  • 72 tooth ratcheting box end needs a minimal 5 Deg. to move fasteners vs. 30 Deg. for standard wrenches
  • Off corner loading design on box end provides better grip and reduces fastener rounding
  • Pass thru technology works down any length of threaded rod and long bolts

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Advance Auto Parts has TEQ Correct Professional 7-Piece Stubby Wrench Set, on sale for $14.99 when you follow instructions below. 2.5% Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits.

https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/teq-correct-professional-7-piece-stubby-wrench-set-metric-tp8701a/11987789-P?searchTerm=TEQstubby

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About Product:
72 tooth ratcheting box end needs a minimal 5 Deg. to move fasteners vs. 30 Deg. for standard wrenches
Off corner loading design on box end provides better grip and reduces fastener rounding
Pass thru technology works down any length of threaded rod and long bolts
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jeff34270 asked this question on 05-17-2021 at 01:54 PM
05-17-2021 at 01:54 PM
Yes they do. However, I feel like Gearwrench may be discontinuing this set, so you may have to wait for a replacement rather than have them pull a new set off the shelf.
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As for your last sentence, that's not the purpose of stubby wrenches.
For larger sizes like 19mm the purpose of the stubby isn't to break the bolt loose.


It's just handy especially in tight areas where the bolt is still too hard to turn by hand, but you can quickly unscrew it with extra bit of leverage from the stubby.
That's where it really shines.
Harbor Freight Pittsburgh 7 pc. metric - $26
Home Depot Husky 10 pc SAE/Metric - $32
Lowes Craftsman metric 7 pc.- $43
Amazon (Geardrive) 8 pc. metric $35
Why is it a scam? I understand that it may not be smart but you'd think it would be in their own interest to sell people what they want.

Also stubby wrenches for large bolts... how well does that work?

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Every wrench set is scam. Nothing uses 11 or 18mm, so they can leave out necessary 17 and 19.

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What commonly uses 19? I know Toyota brakes use 17
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Harbor Freight Pittsburgh 7 pc. metric - $26
Home Depot Husky 10 pc SAE/Metric - $32
Lowes Craftsman metric 7 pc.- $43
Amazon (Geardrive) 8 pc. metric $35
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Does anyone know if Advance does walk-in on-the-spot exchanges for broken TEQ tools?
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What commonly uses 19? I know Toyota brakes use 17
German cars heavily use 17 and 19. The span is 10, 12, 14, 17, 19. Lately I've seen a few 16s and 18s on late models but very few.
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Every wrench set is scam. Nothing uses 11 or 18mm, so they can leave out necessary 17 and 19.

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Why is it a scam? I understand that it may not be smart but you'd think it would be in their own interest to sell people what they want.

Also stubby wrenches for large bolts... how well does that work?
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Dumb question maybe but these would only be used where a standard wrench or ratchet is too large to fit?
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Quote from badmonopoly :
Every wrench set is scam. Nothing uses 11 or 18mm, so they can leave out necessary 17 and 19.

Boycott.
I agree and disagree- I use 11mm regularly on my motorcycles, and 18 on occasion. I agree with you that 17mm and 19mm are used much more often and should be in most sets. That said, many 19 mm applications would probably require more force than a stubby wrench could provide.
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Dumb question maybe but these would only be used where a standard wrench or ratchet is too large to fit?
Yes, especially useful when the length of a standard wrench or ratchet would be trapped between two points resulting in a frustratingly short arc swing that would take forever to remove/fasten unless you had these stubbys that would get under that obstruction.
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Quote from badmonopoly :
Every wrench set is scam. Nothing uses 11 or 18mm, so they can leave out necessary 17 and 19.

Boycott.
Wrong, I use 11 and 18mm all the time working on cars. The only one I never need and don't have is 20mm. Lol
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I agree and disagree- I use 11mm regularly on my motorcycles, and 18 on occasion. I agree with you that 17mm and 19mm are used much more often and should be in most sets. That said, many 19 mm applications would probably require more force than a stubby wrench could provide.

As for your last sentence, that's not the purpose of stubby wrenches.
For larger sizes like 19mm the purpose of the stubby isn't to break the bolt loose.


It's just handy especially in tight areas where the bolt is still too hard to turn by hand, but you can quickly unscrew it with extra bit of leverage from the stubby.
That's where it really shines.
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You can break it loose with the stubby and rubber mallet though.

And kits don't include 19mm because they want you to buy their standard kits. 3/4" is the same.
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