Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||0.56|
|Ratchet Drive Size:||3/8 in.|
|General Warranty:||Limited lifetime|
|Quick Release System:||Yes|
Ratings & Reviews
The 3/8 In. Drive Ratchet is a Garage Essential
From hooking up a new exhaust manifold to putting together one of Grandma’s new furniture purchases, this Craftsman 3/8 in. flex head quick release ratchet gets the job done. Featuring convenient push-button operation and a rock-solid build, this ratchet is ready for tough turns and fast paced work. And since it holds a 36 gear toothed mechanism, this ratchet only requires 10 degrees of swing to rotate fasteners of all kinds. Whether you’re working indoors or out, under the hood or in the shop, this ratchet spins nuts and bolts fast and smooth and pts torque where you need it.
Coated in a protective layer of nickel chrome that shrugs off rust and oxidation, the 3/8 in. drive ratchet’s rugged steel build stays strong for years. And backed by the power of Craftsman’s Forever Guarantee, whether you’re tightening or loosing, building or breaking down, this tool is going to be a part of your set that you can count on for a lifetime. Toss one in your kit and get the job done right.
- Craftsman 3/8 in. flex head quick release ratchet features a tough, torque ready build
- One handed reverse switch means you stay in contact with fasteners while changing directions
- 10 degree ratcheting arc delivers more movement in less space
- Teardrop shape allows better access in tight areas like engine compartments
- Thumb activated quick release swaps sockets with the push of a button
- Guaranteed forever
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
This is the same ratchet that has been in Craftsman mechanic tool sets for ages...and for good reason! Strong, solid and overbuilt to withstand severe duty, this is the most used ratchet any place I have ever been!
New Freedom, PA
I got this item in the 283 piece tool set and it seemed to work fine at first but after only 3 months getting used like 2 times a week it gave up and is so hard to turn and it doesn't even ratchet anymore without 50lbs of torque on it. Very disappointed!
I went to buy some new ratchets today and seen they were made in CHINA! From now on ill no longer buy craftsman tools since they are cheaply made in CHINA. Im now buying S and K tools which are MADE IN THE USA. Shame on you Craftsman!
Laguna Hills, CA
I bought this 3/8 " ratchet for my son who already owned Craftsman sockets. It works great and helped us to assemble brackets and hooks in the garage. Now everything in the garage is off the floor and hanging up. Craftsman ratchets are the best. I personally have 4 differents sizes of Ctraftsman ratchets myself. Highly recommended
San Diego, CA
This is your basic ratchet done correctly. It feels solid and there isn't a lot of play in the head like other ratchets have. I've had one of these for the better part of 25 years I think my parents bought me a set when I was a teen working on my car myself. Only reason I got this one is I was away from home and needed to fix something that had come loose on my while on the road.
I own 4 of these ratchets. All the exact same thing. 2 of them are a little longer because of a different year, but they're all 2010+. every single one works horrible. these ratchets are now only 36 teeth. or around there. my kobalt ratchets have 72. these feel like the teeth are round. they don't really click. the low Amount of teeth make it a nightmare to try to use in tight places. the quick release button also tends to fail most of the time. the only use i have for these ratchets are for my 2 year old to play with, or if i need to take it somewhere so i don't have to worry about lousing it or stealing it. i would not recommend. The ONLY thing good i can say about these ratchets, is that Sears is good about replacing them. I'm my opinion, you shouldn't have to replace a ratchet. if you do, you're not buying good tools.
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