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Craftsman  6 in. Quick Release Extension Bar, 1/4 in. Drive

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Accessory Type: Extensions
General Warranty: Guaranteed forever
Drive Size: 1/4 in.
Dimensions and Weight:
Item Weight (lbs.): 0.1

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1/4 in. drive 6 in. long extension bar.

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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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1 Reviewers (33.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Praise1 found this helpful
tuned944
May 23 , 2011
Quicj Release is COOL...

I spend a great deal of my spare time in the garage. Together with my son, Nathan (age 27) we buy and restore 1980 era Porsches. Nathan is the real mechanic in the family. I pretty much offer moral support and fetch tools.

Most people would tell you that these import cars are a nightmare to work on. We haven't found that to be the case. The mechanical design of these high-performance vehicles is pretty straight-forward. That is a hallmark of the German craftsman and engineers that have developed them. It is true, however that these engineers are extremely efficient with their use of space under the hood. Large engine, small chassis and very light-weight create an environment that is sometime complicated to work in.

We have learned that the best way to deal with this challenge is to own a complete collection socket accessories. Through the use of various extension bars, adapters and universal joints we can replicate the wrench configuration that was originally used to assemble the vehicle. Craftsman calls these tools accessories! I don't think that's right! The term accessary, to me, implies that it is a "nice extra" but not really necessary.

Take it from me, if you are going to perform much mechanical work on a 1983 Porsche 944, a complete set of socket accessories is NOT optional.

Criticism1 found this helpful
teamb562
Nov 15 , 2008
Lousy - don't buy it
This quick-release thing is junk. My older Craftsman sockets just fall right off.
 

tuned944

Floyds Knobs, IN

May 23 , 2011
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Quicj Release is COOL...

I spend a great deal of my spare time in the garage. Together with my son, Nathan (age 27) we buy and restore 1980 era Porsches. Nathan is the real mechanic in the family. I pretty much offer moral support and fetch tools.

Most people would tell you that these import cars are a nightmare to work on. We haven't found that to be the case. The mechanical design of these high-performance vehicles is pretty straight-forward. That is a hallmark of the German craftsman and engineers that have developed them. It is true, however that these engineers are extremely efficient with their use of space under the hood. Large engine, small chassis and very light-weight create an environment that is sometime complicated to work in.

We have learned that the best way to deal with this challenge is to own a complete collection socket accessories. Through the use of various extension bars, adapters and universal joints we can replicate the wrench configuration that was originally used to assemble the vehicle. Craftsman calls these tools accessories! I don't think that's right! The term accessary, to me, implies that it is a "nice extra" but not really necessary.

Take it from me, if you are going to perform much mechanical work on a 1983 Porsche 944, a complete set of socket accessories is NOT optional.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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rayho

Birmingham, Alabama

Apr 12 , 2009
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2 stars

The extention works good as long as you have the new style sockets. However if you work in tight places the release button may shear off making the extention no good anymore.


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teamb562

Ralrigh, NC

Nov 15 , 2008
via sears.com
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Lousy - don't buy it

This quick-release thing is junk. My older Craftsman sockets just fall right off.


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