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Sunex 18" Aluminum Super Heavy Duty Pipe Wrench w/ Phosphated Jaws EXPIRED

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Woot has Sunex 18" Aluminum Super Heavy Duty Pipe Wrench w/ Phosphated Jaws (3818A) for $22.99. To earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime Members (must login with your Amazon account) or is otherwise $6 per order.

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  • 18" Aluminum Super Heavy Duty pipe wrench, phosphate jaws
  • Light weight aluminum frame offers less user fatigue
  • Sturdy I-beam handle design delivers maximum strength and leverage
  • Knurled thumb wheel provides not stick rotation with self-cleaning threads

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Great deal on a Sunex aluminum pipe wrench. ACME Tools [acmetools.com] shows a $90 list price on this, and is selling it for $50 + shipping. In fact, I'd highly recommend looking at this on ACME's website, if you're interested, as the description there is much better than Woot's.
  • 18" Aluminum Super Heavy Duty pipe wrench, phosphate jaws
  • Light weight aluminum frame offers less user fatigue
  • Sturdy I-beam handle design delivers maximum strength and leverage
  • Knurled thumb wheel provides not stick rotation with self-cleaning threads
  • Sunex lifetime warranty

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FWIW Dept. These are $19.99 at Harbor Fright. I have the 24" and 36" aluminum versions from HF, and they performed well on my DIY project at home. I am not a professional and these are not the same caliber as RIDGID Tools, but for the price point they are OK for my needs.

https://www.harborfreight.com/18-...ipe+wrench
Good deal. In for one because I have a tool addiction. 😬. As said in previous comment. When buying tools and not sure what to get... Buy the cheap tool first and use it till you break it or wear it out. Then you know you need something better. Works for most things.
Actually, 14'" to 18" are pretty much "standard" size pipe wrenches. It all depends on the size of the pipe and fittings you are working on.

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FWIW Dept. These are $19.99 at Harbor Fright. I have the 24" and 36" aluminum versions from HF, and they performed well on my DIY project at home. I am not a professional and these are not the same caliber as RIDGID Tools, but for the price point they are OK for my needs.

https://www.harborfreight.com/18-...ipe+wrench
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Good deal. In for one because I have a tool addiction. 😬. As said in previous comment. When buying tools and not sure what to get... Buy the cheap tool first and use it till you break it or wear it out. Then you know you need something better. Works for most things.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but 18 inches seems too big and unwieldy for anything inside the house right? I can't see any practical application for a layperson DIY. Again, I may be totally wrong
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Correct me if I'm wrong but 18 inches seems too big and unwieldy for anything inside the house right? I can't see any practical application for a layperson DIY. Again, I may be totally wrong
Actually, 14'" to 18" are pretty much "standard" size pipe wrenches. It all depends on the size of the pipe and fittings you are working on.
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You can get Irwin's Steel version for $20 at Lowes everyday of the week.

Irwin VICE-GRIP 18" Steel Pipe Wrench [lowes.com]
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Will it stand up to headcrabs?
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You can get Irwin's Steel version for $20 at Lowes everyday of the week.

Irwin VICE-GRIP 18" Steel Pipe Wrench [lowes.com]
You could...but a steel version vs a aluminum one is night and day difference when you're working over head for a longer time. Your arms will thank you going with the aluminum one
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Quote from delton1 :
FWIW Dept. These are $19.99 at Harbor Fright. I have the 24" and 36" aluminum versions from HF, and they performed well on my DIY project at home. I am not a professional and these are not the same caliber as RIDGID Tools, but for the price point they are OK for my needs.

https://www.harborfreight.com/18-...ipe+wrench
Good post, almost impulse bought
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Correct me if I'm wrong but 18 inches seems too big and unwieldy for anything inside the house right? I can't see any practical application for a layperson DIY. Again, I may be totally wrong
I had to remove an old prv in my house, and it took two of those 18 inch pipe wrenches going opposite directions and another big dude to get that thing loose.
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Quote from delton1 :
FWIW Dept. These are $19.99 at Harbor Fright. I have the 24" and 36" aluminum versions from HF, and they performed well on my DIY project at home. I am not a professional and these are not the same caliber as RIDGID Tools, but for the price point they are OK for my needs.

https://www.harborfreight.com/18-...ipe+wrench
That must've been a heck of a DIY home project to need a 36" pipe wrench. I worked maintenance and construction in a steel mill and we rarely used our 36" and 48" pipe wrenches. 18" and 24" wrenches were our daily drivers, those two sizes could probably cover 95% of the pipe jobs there.

As to this sunex wrench deal, it seems like a very good price. All my Sunex sockets seem to be very high quality, if this pipe wrench is the same type of quality, this is a steal for $20.
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You can get Irwin's Steel version for $20 at Lowes everyday of the week.

Irwin VICE-GRIP 18" Steel Pipe Wrench [lowes.com]
Steel pipe wrenches are very durable and great for hitting the handle with a hammer, or for using a cheater bar on, and that's about it. Aluminum handle pipe wrenches are so much nicer to use day in and out. Once you've used an Aluminum pipe wrench, I doubt you'll ever touch your steely again, I know I haven't.
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This looks like a weapon Ellie would brandish...
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Steel pipe wrenches are very durable and great for hitting the handle with a hammer, or for using a cheater bar on, and that's about it. Aluminum handle pipe wrenches are so much nicer to use day in and out. Once you've used an Aluminum pipe wrench, I doubt you'll ever touch your steely again, I know I haven't.
Haha...seriously! DIY steam boiler installation or something? Gettin after it over there
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