Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||1.5|
|Ratchet Drive Size:||1/2 in.|
|General Warranty:||Limited lifetime|
|Quick Release System:||Yes|
Ratings & Reviews
This 1/2 In. Drive Ratchet Gets the Job Done
A garage necessity, this Craftsman 1/2 in. teardrop ratchet works with inch, metric and specialty sockets to spin fasteners of all kinds. Whether you’re tuning up a classic car, securing timber frame work or are wrenching on heavy machinery, this ratchet delivers the torque you need where you need it. Featuring a tough alloyed steel build and the protection of nickel chrome plating, it’s ready for tough turns and years of solid service.
Perfect for working in tight areas, the teardrop head featured on the 1/2 in. drive ratchet combines strength and smooth movements, while the 36 toothed construction gets nuts and bolts turning with only 10 degrees of swing. And since it’s equipped with both a quick release mechanism and a thumb activated reversal switch, no matter where you’re working, swapping directions and sockets is fast. A solid tool built to get the job done, grab this ½ inch ratchet and get to work.
- Craftsman 1/2 in. teardrop ratchet is rugged and ready for work
- Reverse switch changes direction with the flip of a thumb
- Thumb activated quick release swaps sockets fast
- 10 degree ratcheting arc keeps bolts moving in tight spaces
- Teardrop shape allows better access in small areas with smoother movements
- Guaranteed forever
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on May 13, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
Picked this Craftsman 1/2 in. drive ratchet in-store to add as a second to have in my tool box. The one that I picked up was made in China and has a bit of a different feel to it in comparison to my other made in the USA Craftsman ratchet. This has a bit more of a stiffer ratcheting feel to it, but it works. The quick release works well and is easy to use. It has a good length and weight to it as well. I would however much prefer it to still be made in the USA though.
San Jose, CA
Extremely trust worthy and we'll know brand, match with great savings from being a loyal customer Sears tops everyone out there when it comes to customer service and loyalty rewards programs!
I bought this ratchet as my everyday tool. Craftman is no longer the build the excellent tools the way it used to be, but it still builds good tools. This tool has come in handy quite a few times. I would recommend it.
San Ysidro, CA
I bought the Craftsman 1/2 in. Drive, Quick Release Teardrop Ratchet because of Sears lifetime warranty. If anything happens to break, I can bring it to my nearest Sears store and swap for another. I recommend this wrench to others. Five Star rating from me.
I bought the Craftsman 1/2 inch drive quick release wrench since I was going to be removing some heavy duty bolts. Worked great as expected and did not have to worry about anything with the lifetime warranty.
Santa Maria, CA
Bought this ratchet as part of a larger tool kit. Upon first use, ratchet felt and sounded odd. Upon second use, the ratchet mechanism jammed. The direction lever moves freely but the mechanism will not move in either direction. There isn't even any wiggle in the head, it is the equivalent of a fixed tool. Snapon is extremely expensive and SK somewhat less so, but they are quality tools made in the USA. Craftsman is quickly becoming a larger version of **************, where you go to buy pre-broken tools. The current quality level of Craftsman tools is EXTREMELY FAR below those I bought 20 years ago. I will get this replaced free by Sears but my confidence level is very low concerning their lack quality control. In an attempt to be competitive they are doing precisely what quickly will drive customers away...cheapening the product to lower the price. A ratchet is a very simple device internally. In opening the head there is no apparent reason why this should not work. There's only four moving parts: the ratchet head, the direction lever (which appears to be plastic), and a small ball bearing and spring to provide the detent force. Looking at the opened mechanism, it is clear the direction lever is jamming the head (but not apparent why) and not moving as it should to allow the head to click past the lever (as the head turns, the lever mechanism must oscillate slightly to allow the head teeth to slip past the lever teeth). Sad to say, Craftsman is junk these days.
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