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2-Piece Amazon Basics Nut Driver Set (6mm and 8mm)

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Amazon has 2-Piece Amazon Basics Nut Driver Set (6mm and 8mm) for $3.15. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.

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  • Includes 2 drivers: 6mm and 8mm; each driver measures 7.3 x 2.8 x 1.3"
  • Made of heat-treated, chrome-plated, CR-V 6150 steel with a satin finish for corrosion-resistant strength
  • Hollow shafts ensure full engagement with nuts and accommodate long bolts
  • Internal flanges create a secure, twist-resistant shaft anchor
  • Durable bi-material handle for a comfortable grip and enhanced torque; easy-to-read hex sizes for quick identification

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 2-Piece Amazon Basics Nut Driver Set (6mm and 8mm) for $3.15. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.

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6mm and 8mm are used in plenty of vehicle panel construction. They are perfect sizes for home tinkerers of their own vehicles.... why I bought a set. Thanks!
Honestly I can't even think of a single application where high torque would be needed for a 6mm hex head.
I've never even had a need for a 6 or 8mm in this form factor. I have a 1/4 and 5/16 set I use all the time though... I wonder if people are using the right size??
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01-20-2023 at 09:02 PM.
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Isn't there an unwritten rule that Amazon Basics tools aren't allowed to be posted here?
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Reviews on these are pretty good at 4.5 / 5 stars. Also, the set is a whopping $3.15.
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01-23-2023 at 10:54 AM.
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Quote from Rokket :
Reviews on these are pretty good at 4.5 / 5 stars. Also, the set is a whopping $3.15.
6mm and 8mm are used in plenty of vehicle panel construction. They are perfect sizes for home tinkerers of their own vehicles.... why I bought a set. Thanks!
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01-23-2023 at 02:10 PM.
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For what usage?

How much torque will you subject similar nut drivers to?
These are not meant for high torque applications. But, 6 and 8mm is a very limited range of tools.
If 6 and 8 mm are all you need, have at it.
Honestly I can't even think of a single application where high torque would be needed for a 6mm hex head.
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01-23-2023 at 04:51 PM.
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Quote from teshdor :
Honestly I can't even think of a single application where high torque would be needed for a 6mm hex head.
I've never even had a need for a 6 or 8mm in this form factor. I have a 1/4 and 5/16 set I use all the time though... I wonder if people are using the right size??
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01-23-2023 at 06:35 PM.
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Only 2 sizes?

If you don't use it often, I would rather have full set in a bit.
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01-23-2023 at 07:40 PM.
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Wow. That's a very ... specific ... kit.
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01-24-2023 at 07:07 AM.
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I've never even had a need for a 6 or 8mm in this form factor. I have a 1/4 and 5/16 set I use all the time though... I wonder if people are using the right size??
Thats what I was thinking. 1/4 and 5/16 are go to for HVAC work but I can't think of what would be comparable for 6 and 8mm. And I do all my own work on everything for house and car.
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01-24-2023 at 08:34 AM.
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6mm and 8mm are used in plenty of vehicle panel construction. They are perfect sizes for home tinkerers of their own vehicles.... why I bought a set. Thanks!
In what cars? I e been taking interiors apart for decades and I couldn't tell you what used a 6mm. 90% of cars are 7,8,10mm, Philips and a t15/20.
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In what cars? I e been taking interiors apart for decades and I couldn't tell you what used a 6mm. 90% of cars are 7,8,10mm, Philips and a t15/20.
Toyota Mirai for one example.
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01-24-2023 at 10:48 AM.
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Perhaps post something better in this price range.....
the problem is they are rebranded chinese no name products. In that price rage you wont find anything but buying what OP posted wont save you any money. Bad tools lead to frustration, badly done projects, they fail when you need them etc. Pay a bit more and you can buy a brand name tool that can last you many years. To be honest you'll still buy the brand name after getting frustrate with the garbage OP posted
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What's the point? WE all need 10mm all the time.
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I assume any decent drill and a bit set consisting of nut driving attachment will smoke this ?
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