Specifications & Dimensions
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|Overall Dimensions:||Drive Size: 0.375 in.|
|General Warranty:||Full unlimited|
Ratings & Reviews
This Craftsman 3/8" Drive Socket Rack holds up to 14 sockets. It offers convenient storage and organization for all major brands of sockets.
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Added on May 13, 2010
Overall, others give this:
Love this product, very innovative! Has a magnetic base to stay put in my tool box drawer, and locks when sockets are stored! I have 5 or 6 of these, will be purchasing two more!!!!!!
They're nice to look at, but they are going back today. I bought four; 2 of the 3/8" and 2 of the 1/2". I also wanted the 1/4", but they didn't have any (none for over a month). It's a good idea to have the locking feature, but the socket is smooth, and you can't get a good enough grip to get it to lock....and that's with clean, dry hands. Can't imagine the frustration if your hands are greasy! I sprayed a little silicone in the mechanism, but still couldn't get past the little detent. I thought about taking them all apart and hand-working each one, but for $20 each, they should have done that at the factory. Maybe they should include a pair of vice-grips with each rack....
Punta Gorda, FL
They work well , but why would they sell it missing enough socket holders to properly fill the rack except to squeeze more money out of you for the additional holders . When full you still have enough room to select each individual socket easily .
Round Rock, TX
I love a drawer with organized tools in them. This product worked very well. I love that there is a magnetic strip on the underside of this socket rack and that the sockets stay in place when you open a drawer because of that. I also like that the nubs can rotate and lock in a socket and that the nub positions can slide and are thus adjustable. You could also place these on the side of a tool box or a metal wall rack above a bench because of the magnet. My only gripes are minor -- (1) the 1/4 inch socket rack was not the same length as the 3/8 and the 1/2 (for consistency sake) and (2) the 3/8" and 1/2" socket racks were about 1" too long for my Lista tool box to fit front to back. I realize these are typically made for Craftsman tool boxes though and they were easy to cut with a hacksaw. I ended up manipulating things with ease. I bought two of these 1/4" strips and removed all of the nubs by simply removing a screw in the end cap. I had more 1/4" sockets than anything else so I moved some 1/4" nubs to the longer strips (3/8" unit) and replaced those 3/8" nubs on the shorter strip. It is very flexible to meet you individual needs that way.
North Hollywood, CA
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