Craftsman Professional Use 1/2 in. Drive Full Polish Fine Tooth Roundhead RatchetOnline only | Item# 00940064000 | Model# D809510
Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Ratchet Drive Size:||1/2 in.|
|Quick Release System:||No|
Ratings & Reviews
1/2 in. drive with 45 gear teeth for an 8 deg. ratcheting arc for tight spaces. Knurled rounded handle design. Non-quick-release. Guaranteed forever.
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Added on January 15, 2014
Overall, others give this:
Chula Vista, CA
Nice polish on this wrench. The ratchet is fine toothed and will work in confined spaces. The ratchet is not quick release, but it is USA made. Craftsman has discontinued these so get one while you can.
Simple but sturdy single pawl inside that should hold up to decent torque. Similar length to the standard raised panel 36 tooth CM ratchet. Have to say I am happy with it so far with one criticism. It's head is pretty darn thick. It must be an inch thick and it's made me swap to another ratchet a few times already. So while it is not the classic dual pawl FTRH with the push eject It's pretty good for when you're rebuilding an engine or have plenty of room to work. Truth is I grabbed it online thinking it was the classic FTRH design and was disapointed at first. But hey it works like a dream in conjunction with a breaker bar and torque wrench (if you have the room)
This high quality lathe turned ratchet is of an older style,rotary selector no quick release more teeth than the teardrop style but less than say a dual 80.Ive disassembled and greased unit.Its simple spring and pawl mechanism should last a long time.I believe this ratchet is being discontinued.It feels good in the hand and is confidence inspiring get this heavy made in USA tool while you can.
I was overjoyed to find a Craftsman Industrial ratchet being sold at Sears. These are fully polished so you can clean the up easily after each use. They have a lot of gear teeth so they do not have to be rotated much to turn the fastener. The ratchet is made in the USA also. I needed something different to add to my set of Craftsman Industrial hand tools. They are made better than the regular Craftsman tools also.
Craftsman is stopping the Industrial lineup so I got this old school design ratchet for a killer price under $15. It is 45 tooth that is in between the 36 and 84 tooth count of lower and higher quality ratchet offerings. The only drawback that I have to make clear is that you will not be able to exercise the warranty if needed since they don't make them any longer. You can't even get them rebuilt in the store as they don't stock the rebuild kits. I have asked! Besides that ... this ratchet is designed with a pawl and spring instead of a spring and ball bearing that is allot tougher and harder to break--hence the Industrial label. So it should last a lifetime or so. I found rebuild kits available on the internet so I plan on ordering one in case I need it 10 years down the road. I like this one so much I am thinking about ordering a second before they are all clearance'd out.
Franklin Park, IL
Hobe Sound, FL
This is a really well made ratchet. It is marked CRAFTSMAN INDUSTRIAL and is made in the USA. You will not find a better ratchet anywhere, very heavy chrome plating and precisie ratcheting action. There is no reverse lever to break off, instead a round part on top with three raised ridges to go clockwise/counterclockwise for forward or reverse. I may buy another just to have in case this one is ever lost(or walks) but I doubt it will ever break. Get em while you can.
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