Specifications & Dimensions
|Number of Sockets:||4|
|Contact Points:||6 point|
|Drive Size:||3/8 in.|
|Impact or Standard:||Standard|
|Marking Text Size:||Easy-to-read|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||1.01|
|Pass Through Type:||No|
|Screw Bit Size:||Metric or SAE|
|Socket Depth:||Spark plug|
|Socket Size:||5/8 in., 3/4 in., 13/16 in.|
|Socket Size:||18 mm|
|Socket Size:||Metric or SAE|
|Unit of Measure:||Metric, SAE|
|Included with Item:|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|General Warranty:||Guaranteed forever|
Ratings & Reviews
Set includes the following sizes: 5/8 in, 13/16 in, 3/4 in and 18mm.
- Sears Exclusive
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
Having an old American-built pickup truck usually doesn't require my buying many special tools. Unfortunately, in the Chrysler 318, the spark plugs require a 13/16 spark plug socket, not the 5/8 I am accustomed to. I hit the hardware store, looking for a good option to get those old spark plugs out. Unfortunately, I could only find one store that sold the 13/16 spark plug socket separately and when I got to the counter, I was disappointed to discover that it was made in Taiwan. I quickly put it back and ran back and grabbed the Craftsman set, even though I already had a 5/8 socket, simply because it was Made in the USA.
When I got back home, the sockets worked perfectly and got out the plugs. The ratchet actually broke on the second to last plug, but the sockets remained unfazed. I would recommend the sockets to others, I just wish that they were not grouped in sets of four.
East Stroudsburg, PA
These are just the tools you need to do the job of changing spark plugs correctly and with little problems. Craftsman is the best tool out there with there great guarantee.
I bought these Online. the set I got was made in CHINA. I went to a Sears Hometown Store and found an American made set and swamped them out. The Chinese made set had poorly made rubber inserts that are dome shaped. The were not a pass through design. I question whether or not that domed insert would even protect your spark plug insulator The American made set has a good stiff rubber tube insert and is superior in every aspect. I am currently buying up as much USA made Craftsman tools as i can get my hands on, and when I can no longer get USA made I will move on. I will be done buying from Sears until they bring jobs and quality back to the American marketplace.
I bought these Online. the set I got was made in CHINA. I went to a Sears Hometown Store and found an American made set and swamped them out. The Chinese made set had poorly made rubber inserts that were dome shaped. they were not a pass through design and I doubt if they will even protect a spark plug The American made set has a good stiff rubber tube insert and is a pass through design that helps protect the spark plug insulator and is superior in every aspect. I am currently buying up as much USA made Craftsman tools as i can get my hands on, and when I can no longer get USA made I will move on. I will be done buying from Sears until they bring jobs and quality back to the American marketplace.
I bought these Online. the set I got was made in CHINA. I went to a Sears Hometown Store and found an American made set and swapped them out. The Chinese made set had poorly made rubber inserts that were not a pass through design. They were dome shaped and too shallow to really protect the spark plug insulator. The American made set has a good rubber tube insert and is superior in every aspect. I am currently buying up as much USA made Craftsman tools as I can get my hands on,If i want foreign sourced tools i will expect to pay foreign sourced prices, and not made in the USA prices. The USA made ones get a 5 star but since they are a rarity i can only go 3.
Havre de Grace, MD
I switched sizes of plugs on my old small block and didn't have a 13/16 plug socket. Since I also needed a metric, this seemed like a good choice. The sockets are standard Craftsman high quality. The wrench grip on the back is a huge plus and the main reason for owning dedicated spark plug sockets. Combine this with a gear wrench of your choosing and you have a good low-profile solution to removing and snugging up your plugs when installing. My only complaint is with the rubber insert used to protect the ceramic insulators on the plugs. The old style used to use a foam rubber, which would break down over time, but it would mold itself to the plug better and was easier to remove. The rubber ones that come with these sockets are so stiff that you definitely don't have to worry about breaking the plugs, or dropping one... but I had to get a pair of channel lock pliers to remove the socket. I gave up on it after a couple of attempts and removed the insert by shoving it out from the 3/8 drive side with a slotted screwdriver.
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