Specifications & Dimensions
|Quantity in Set:||5|
|Number of Ends:||Double|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|General Warranty:||Guaranteed forever|
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||1.27|
|Length (in.):||5.13 in.|6.43 in.|6.9 in.|7.55 in.|8.06 in.|
Ratings & Reviews
This 5-pc Flare Nut Wrench Set Metric is Essential for Automotive Work
Built for working on cars, appliances and around the house, this Craftsman 5-pc flare nut wrench set metric is indispensable. Built for working on brake, steering and refrigeration lines, it also comes in handy for mountain bike suspensions and other bicycle repairs. Headlock™ box ends spread turning force throughout the entire fastener head for a solid hold, while the over-sized wrenching surface grips multiple sides of soft metal fittings to avoid stripping them.
The 5-pc flare nut wrench set metric works on a variety of hexagonal fittings, from aluminum and copper to brass. It also features a traditional wide profile for greater leverage. These alloy steel wrenches come in a handy storage case and are, of course, backed by the Craftsman Forever Guarantee, for a lifetime of solid performance.
- Craftsman 5-pc flare nut wrench set metric includes: 9x 10mm, 10 x 12mm, 13 x 14mm, 15 x 17mm and 16 x 18mm
- Works on aluminum, copper and brass hexagonal fittings
- Traditional flat design
- Wide profile for greater leverage
- Fabricated of alloy steel
- Fully polished
- Molded storage case included
- Covered by the Craftsman Forever Guarantee
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on May 13, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
Bought this whole set for just some $12 higher than the one wrench I needed to finish a brake job. Value seemed worth it. Well designed wrenches, nice high polish, and very important well-designed plastic holder that will hang on my garage pegboard without dropping the wrenches. Only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the package said they were made in China. I don't think Craftsman should outsource their products out of the US. I don't care how much money they save.
Fond du Lac, WI
First off, I have an old set of the SAE flare nut wrenches, which I compare these to. This set was needed for brake line fittings on my car - some of which are hard to get to. I do NOT like these wrenches because of the offset that they have. The older set is a little offset, but for the most part, they are pretty straight, allowing me to get right into the hard to get spots. These on the other hand are a little bit of a challenge. I have to move them around and fish them into the tight spots. However, this is my only complaint, and once you get the wrench where it needs to be, they work just fine. I also don't like that Craftsman is moving to Taiwan and China and still charging the amount that they do. Sure, they are still cheaper than the tool trucks and the build quality seems the same in the short term, but if Craftsman stays overseas, I'd, amongst others, would like to see the prices drop. However, the good thing is that they are made overseas, they still continue to offer the lifetime warranty. Overall, I still like these wrenches and they are something that I need, so I guess that I will have to adjust to the offset on the end.
Sioux Falls, SD
Looked around and for the money they are the best quality you can find especially with a coupon code, they have a lifetime warranty and seem to be decent, I noticed some people on sears reviews complain about craftsmen being made in Taiwan/China now, but as long as the warranty works I could care less, I'd rather save the money, you have unions to thank for American goods becoming to expensive to manufacture at home
Neshanic Station, NJ
Las Vegas, NV
Glade Spring, VA
I bought these in metric and standard a little over a year ago when browsing sears one day. I have used 2 of them and both busted. My box is full of older craftsman tools but if the quality is going down this bad on the newer tools I am going to start buying more off of the trucks.
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