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3 pc. Socket Rack Set Brings Organization You Can Count On
Whether you’re a seasoned mechanic or a weekender with a bit of talent behind the wrench, the Craftsman 3 pc. socket rack set keeps your workspace, tool box and trays in order. Featuring a total of 28 studs between three racks, this set is ready to take hold of sockets that are ordinarily rolling around your toolbox and getting lost.
Ready to suit 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 inch drives, each rack sets up both in the shop and on the road, and built from a tough plastic frame, they’re stronger and more durable than their flimsy metal counter parts, so you can count on each for years of solid service. A great way to know exactly where your tools are when you’re working, this 3 pc. socket rack set combines a solid grip and easy to sort, sliding action so you can rifle through it fast, and keep the job moving forward. Serious organization at a simple price, this set delivers every time you reach for it. Stock up and start saving time in the shop.
- Craftsman 3 pc. Socket Rack Set includes: 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 in. racks
- Plastic Build will never rust
- Firm grip keeps sockets in place, even on the road
- Tougher than flimsy metal versions
- Weight: 0.5 lbs.
- Lifetime warranty
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on May 13, 2010
Overall, others give this:
I bought an even quantity of the socket racks from Craftsman, and also from **************. First impression is that the HF socket holders are a little sloppy. The Craftsman one's are tight. I keep my tools in bags, and carry them remote often. Lifting the heavy bags is hard on the rails, causing bending and flexing. Several of the HF one's broke in half where the Craftsman are all still like new. Great product.
Have tried the traditional metal clip racks but they tend to be flimsy and sharp. These do not suffer from any of these faults. They are plastic, but they are a very rigid durable plastic and should hold up well to use. Even when loaded with 13 deep impact sockets (very heavy) the rack does not bend or flex when held from one end. The metric versions do get dirty pretty quick though since the finish on them is very matte which isn't so relevant with the SAE (black) versions. If the plastic was a bit more polished they would be far easier to keep clean though I suppose they would look scratched a lot faster. The big benefit in my opinion over other racks are that these are completely customizable. You can remove the clips you don't need which makes it very easy when cleaning up to tell if you are missing a socket. I purchased a total of 24 of these along with the 176 piece socket set and the 55 piece impact socket set and they keep everything nice and tidy and easy to find the right socket when you need it. Buy an extra one to keep your conversion and swivel adapters and even your extension bars from rolling around as well.
The sockets fit onto these holders securely but they also release for use quickly. I have had the light weight aluminum holders in the past, but the plastic set beats them all.
I bought some of these so I could keep my sockets organized. The ability to take the studs off and add them to other racks is great. Most socket racks come with 10 studs per rack, but how many socket sets have 10 pieces? With these racks you can add more to the rack to get the perfect number of studs to get an entire socket set on one rack. For $4ish per rack, you can't beat it. They also have them in gray so you keep your metrics on one color and SAE's on another.
I was looking to organize my toolbox, everytime I take my toolbox somewhere my sockets roll around in the drawers and I can never find anything. This tool holds the sockets in order and in place.
New Haven, CT
Mason City, IA
These will probably not be your ultimate solution, but they can be a very useful nevertheless. They're an adequate substitute for drawer trays, but get very expensive if you have a lot of sockets. It will take a good number of these rails and many packages of studs, at five per package, to fit all of your sockets! The only labeling you will get is that which is on your sockets themselves. If you keep your sockets in a 20" tool box, these are a good bet. The rails are stiff and the sockets stay put. They are, however, a bit short and will not hold a full range of 1/2" sockets. In any case, only eight studs are included. Gray rails for metric sockets can be handy to have! Ball detents in the studs can rust, but not easily. You can mix and match studs sizes on the rail. Best use is to throw studs and sockets from your drawer onto one or more rails and put into your 'go box' when you take your tools with you to the salvage yard or to attempt an in situ repair somewhere away from your shop.
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