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Home Depot has Husky Double-Speed Adjustable 3-Piece Wrench Set (99573) for $12.97. Shipping is free.

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  • 6" Double Speed Adjustable Wrench
  • 8" Double Speed Adjustable Wrench
  • 10" Double Speed Adjustable Wrench

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Home Depot has Husky Double-Speed Adjustable Wrench Set for $12.97. Shipping is free.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky...102184-_-N

Also available with free store pickup, Husky Adjustable Wrench Set (3-Piece), $12.97:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Adjus.../309180853
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Joe123456 asked this question on 10-27-2021 at 04:04 PM
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You are better off with a set of channelocks for things you described. Those above in the deal are sometimes usefull as well but channelocks are more practical overall.

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Odds seem high you watched the latest Project Farm video on the ol YouTube?

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I bought the regular adjustable last time for a travel bag and with decent chrome, not much slop and smooth action, worth this price. I normally use the correct socket or wrench, but sometimes these do come on handy.

If you want to spend the money, I would say that today's Milwaukee, or yesterday's made in the USA that can still be found new on eBay are better tools. Actually, my old made in the USA Craftsman and Crescent sets that I have passed down are still going strong.
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I bought the regular adjustable last time for a travel bag and with decent chrome, not much slop and smooth action, worth this price. I normally use the correct socket or wrench, but sometimes these do come on handy.

If you want to spend the money, I would say that today's Milwaukee, or yesterday's made in the USA that can still be found new on eBay are better tools. Actually, my old made in the USA Craftsman and Crescent sets that I have passed down are still going strong.
Odds seem high you watched the latest Project Farm video on the ol YouTube?
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Looks like the difference between the two is the thread width in the adjustment wheel, affecting how many rotations it takes to open a given amount.

Anyone have experience with these? Does the double speed set tend to slip out of adjustment more than the other? Durability issues with the threads in the normal speed set?
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Odds seem high you watched the latest Project Farm video on the ol YouTube?

That was a spot on Vijayo (AvE Wording) but the best was the bit blaster 9000 testing all the phillips bit in the 4x4 dead tree carcass. laugh out loud
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It seems like they're the same thing with the double speed featuring a quicker adjustment on the knurl?
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Crescent is on sale too for $15 if you don't need the 8". I don't have experience with the Crescent ones, but I have a different model 12" husky that's sloppy and I don't like very much. As previously mentioned, Project Farm rated Crescent well.

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Are these good for working with pipes under the sink, removing showerheads, other home plumbing tasks? Should I get a pipe wrench instead?
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Are these good for working with pipes under the sink, removing showerheads, other home plumbing tasks? Should I get a pipe wrench instead?
You are better off with a set of channelocks for things you described. Those above in the deal are sometimes usefull as well but channelocks are more practical overall.
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You are better off with a set of channelocks for things you described. Those above in the deal are sometimes usefull as well but channelocks are more practical overall.

If you're a homeowner or do anything mechanical at all I would get both.

I prefer using adjustable wrenches when I have a reason to, channel locks have sharp teeth that grab so they might be better for holding onto a fitting so it doesn't spin while you use the adjustable wrench on it.
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Bought one of these for $9 today. Might be useful to some of you
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09GF9M...C1QYN6ZVXH

I've never used one but seems great
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Bought one of these for $9 today. Might be useful to some of you
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09GF9M...C1QYN6ZVXH [amazon.com]

I've never used one but seems great
could strip the bolt but could come in handy few times
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Odds seem high you watched the latest Project Farm video on the ol YouTube?
ha! that was a great video
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Anyone have experience with this set? Reviews are saying they slip pretty bad
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