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Craftsman  1-11/16 in. Socket 12 pt.

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Specifications & Dimensions

Product Overview:
Contact Points: 12 point
Drive Size: 3/4 in.
Item Weight (lbs.): 1.1 lbs.
Socket Depth: Standard
Impact or Standard: Standard
Unit of Measure: SAE
Socket Size: 1-11/16 in.
Socket Size: SAE or Torx
Socket Size: Metric or SAE
Screw Bit Size: Metric or SAE

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3/4 in. drive standard socket. Regular depth size 1-11/16 in. 12 pt. opening. Guaranteed forever.

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Added on May 13, 2010

 

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4 Reviewers (80.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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jnshertz
May 17 , 2012
The 1 11/16 3/4 drive socket fit just right
never slipped and took a beating. I used it on a hub nut for a 3/4 ton dodge ram. It was very rusted and is put on with 260f lbs of torque. My 3/4 drive breaker bar bent trying to take it off but the socket held on tight. I would recommend Craftmans hand tools to anyone that wants a quality tool at a good price.
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RyanKnaak
Mar 4 , 2011
Socket is the wrong size

I bought this socket for removal of an axle nut on my truck. Normally for a nut this tight I would get a six point socket because of the larger contact area. Since I couldn't find a six point anywhere without ordering online, and it's Craftsman, I trusted a 12 point would do the job. When I tried to loosen the nut, the socket instantly slipped. I measured the nut first, thinking someone had replaced them with the wrong size at some point, but the nut was the correct size. I measured the socket and it is 1.730 inches. About .042 inches larger than 1-11/16". It is closer to 1-3/4" (1.750). This is the first time I have ever been completely dissatisfied with a Craftsman tool.

 

Eddie92

Los Angeles, CA

Aug 26 , 2014
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Bright chrome

These sockets have a much brighter chrome finish than my old set of 3/4" drive sockets, but it is somewhat uneven at the drive end. Works as expected, and still made in USA.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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duaned85

Pottsboro, TX

Dec 14 , 2013
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great socket

I really need this socket for a job i was doing and sears had one in stock that was just the right size. works great

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Mr.Ben

Jul 14 , 2013
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Craftsman adapter 1/2" to 3'4"

I used this adapter with my impact wrench to remove two large blades from my 5' Bushhog. No problem with Craftsman tools. This adapter took 350 lbs of pressure with no signs of fatigue! A 3/4" inch socket measuring 1-11/16" was used with my 1/2" impact wrench.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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jnshertz

Breckenridge, CO

May 17 , 2012
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The 1 11/16 3/4 drive socket fit just right

never slipped and took a beating. I used it on a hub nut for a 3/4 ton dodge ram. It was very rusted and is put on with 260f lbs of torque. My 3/4 drive breaker bar bent trying to take it off but the socket held on tight. I would recommend Craftmans hand tools to anyone that wants a quality tool at a good price.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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RyanKnaak

Carson City, NV

Mar 4 , 2011
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Socket is the wrong size

I bought this socket for removal of an axle nut on my truck. Normally for a nut this tight I would get a six point socket because of the larger contact area. Since I couldn't find a six point anywhere without ordering online, and it's Craftsman, I trusted a 12 point would do the job. When I tried to loosen the nut, the socket instantly slipped. I measured the nut first, thinking someone had replaced them with the wrong size at some point, but the nut was the correct size. I measured the socket and it is 1.730 inches. About .042 inches larger than 1-11/16". It is closer to 1-3/4" (1.750). This is the first time I have ever been completely dissatisfied with a Craftsman tool.


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