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Craftsman  6 in. Flex Spinner, 1/4 in. Drive

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Dimensions and Weight:
Item Weight (lbs.): 0.2
Product Overview:
Accessory Type: Flex handles
General Warranty: Guaranteed forever
Drive Size: 1/4 in.

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6 in. long flex spinner. For 1/4 in. drive. Flexible steel spring shaft for access to offset fasteners. Plastic handle.

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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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4 Reviewers (57.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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temple6300

Round Rock, TX

Feb 7 , 2014
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Great product

works great, never have I enjoyed hand screwing so much

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Handi-man

Fairfield, CA

Jan 16 , 2014
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High Quality Product

The tool is well constructed with absolutely no defects or blemishes. The handle is similar to the Craftsman original screwdrivers and is comfortable to use. The driver end finish is flawless and sockets easily slip on and off. The spring snaps back where it is supposed to be and has not yet distorted.. I recommend this product.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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njhotroder

Union, NJ

Nov 7 , 2012
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flex spinner 1/4 inch review

Useful to get into tight areas like around throttle body bolts. It is helpful, but you cannot apply alot of torque because you will break this tool. You need to use swivel sockets or a break bar / crowsfoot, to break the bolts free and then use this tool to loosen the bolt. useful for tight access, but not for torque application such breaking bolts. Only if craftsman could make this spinner a little more sturdy it would be awesome. Hopefully they are reading this review and fix this issue. at least it was made in the u.s.a and not china. If craftsman starts moving the whole line to china, i might as well start buying ************** tools. .

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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brokentools

Glen Carbon, IL

Mar 9 , 2012
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minimal flex

this little guy works to some extent and offers a minimal flexible drive solution. I am disappointed in that it isn't really that flexible. It offers about the same as a wobble head. I am still glad to have it in the box specifically for tight spots like on the TPS.


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pete029

Middleton, WI

Oct 3 , 2011
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Could be better

I purchased this tool to get at the many hose clamps that I have under the hood of my car.  The tool works great in low torque situations, but if you have something that's pretty tight, the steel shaft might untwist or the whole shaft will loosen up completely.  Yes, it does have the Forever warranty, but it's a nuisance to have to keep running back to the store for a replacement every time it breaks.  I would just get a regular spinner handle instead of this.


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sp-train-77

Rancho Cordova, CA

Sep 6 , 2011
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You will be surprised where you use this tool

I have talked about how a spinner handle is useful in making a nut driver out of your 1/4 drive socket set.  Isn't the flexible handle just another version of the spin handle?  Not quite.  I worked in aircraft for years and found that, more often than not, we were struggling to get access to fasteners.  If the pin handle cannot attach directly to a fastener do we want to drag our the socket wrench and extensions and universal joints?  Not if we can avoid it.  Sometimes all we need is just a little bend in the shaft to get to that fastener and that is what the flexible spin handle provides.

"Sacramento" Bruce Conklin


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Wayner856

Williamstown, NJ

Jan 31 , 2009
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This tool rocks!

I attend a automotive school and this is the most used 1/4 inch drive than anyone other one in the classes tool boxes. If you love tools you will absolutely love this one! Go get it now!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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