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DEEZUZ

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not sure if its everywhere, but my local store had Gearwrench Flexhead sets for $40 a set... I have had these for 3 years now and beat the fuck out of them, never an issue....

I bought two more sets to replace my current and put my old ones in my truck...


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you say no to ratchet wrenches juicy j he cant




I figured you gheys can use all saving$ you can.... 3.8's take a ton of money to make them run
 

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What's "a set"?

I bought a 20 piece set of non flexing ones for $45 a few weeks ago.
 

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When I bought the gear wrench set it was the 1/4 and 3/8ths. Harbor freight has a half inch that looks just like gear wrench so I got that to match.
 

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When I bought the gear wrench set it was the 1/4 and 3/8ths. Harbor freight has a half inch that looks just like gear wrench so I got that to match.
Huh?

I feel like the OP is talking about ratcheting wrenches not ratchets.
 

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He is. It's a combo wrench where the box-end portion has ratcheting teeth in it. (for Fish)

Husky has some decent ratcheting wrenches as well, but for less. 14pc set I think was $20. Also, they have a lifetime warranty like Craftsman would; just walk in the store and they are replaced on the spot.
 

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I should do less posting when drinking. I didn't see the wrenches part. Lol. My bad.

That's still a good price on the ratcheting wrenches too.
 
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these are flex head combo wrenches... FUCK the standard ones they have, garbage..

 
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I ordered other sizes like 8MM from my Matco ghey.... I can honestly say I have only broke one... of course the heads get sloppy, but the teeth never strip...
 

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i honestly only ever use my midget ratcheting wrenches

everything gets broken free with a reg wrench/socket and the really short ratcheting wrench works quite well for all but the most corroded/stuck threads
just wasnt cost effective enough to buy more.

then again thats back when matco/gearwrench first released em $$$

then again those of you without constant air tool use i could see em being handy
 

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I got a set of the first ratcheting Matco stubby standard set i use them all the time . Great little wrenches . I think my 5/8 gets sticky if i don't use it for a long time but all you do is tap it lightly on a counter or squirt a little oil on it and it's fine .

If your toolbox is anywhere where you can get moisture inside your box , everything in the box will corrode somewhat . example. impact sockets that get a little dry/rusty on the outside of the socket , inside a toolbox .
 

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