Craftsman 8 pc. Standard Reversible Ratcheting Combination Wrench SetItem# 00942404000 | Model# 42404
Specifications & Dimensions
|Quantity in Set:||8|
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||3.06|
Ratings & Reviews
Sizes include: 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16 and 3/4 in. Ratcheting box end provides speed in working on a fastener since there's no need to lift between turns. One-hand reversing lever allows user to switch directions easily. 12 degree offset box end allows knuckle clearance. Fine tooth ratcheting action (72 teeth) turns fastener with only a 5 degree arc.
Smooth, easy to clean and designed to eliminate knuckle dragging turns in tight areas, this 8 pc. standard wrench set is built to deliver through hundreds of jobs. Machined to precise tolerances and crafted from high strength alloyed steel, each wrench helps put an end to slip, while the clearly marked sizes make reaching for the right wrench quick and simple. Flexible and built to give you continuous contact with hard to reach fasteners, take hold of this set and get the job done right with Craftsman.
- 8 pc. standard wrench set includes: 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16 and 3/4 in. sizes
- Ratcheting box end speeds up work with constant fastener contact
- One-hand reversing lever allows user to switch directions easily
- 12 degree offset box end keeps the skin on your knuckles
- 72 tooth ratcheting mechanism rotates fast with only 5 degrees of swing
- Rugged alloyed steel build stands up to heavy torquing
- Solid design helps eliminate slip and stripping
- Backed by the Craftsman Warranty
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on April 15, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
I bought these to compliment the metrics I already had. I've had those for years and they make life so much easier! The metrics I had are made in the good old USA, these are Chinese. It appears you might get either one from reading other reviews. I ordered online and got the Chinese ones. Comparing the two, the open end is bigger on these than the US made ones and are a bit thicker and heavier too. I can't really tell a difference in the quality of these yet as I haven't used them under much stress yet. The US made ones are flawless and these seem to work the same thus far at least on lightweight applications. Unfortunately, it is getting harder and harder to get made in the USA, even from Craftsman.
Bought this set to travel with my husband who does engine work. Saves making a couple trips to the truck to have the right tools. Made with great Craftsman quality. Handy to have.
This is a great product but if you get the china made ones they are too thick and mess up from the wrench easier. The US made ones are about 1/3 thinner lighter and feel more durable
San Antonio, TX
The new chinese made wrenches are garbage. The heads are huge. The open end opens up. The ratchet end is also huge and the ratchet is weak. These went from an awesome wrench at an awesome price to garbage at the same price. Save some money and get the GearWrench, it is the same thing.
Very disappointed that so many Craftsman wrenches and sockets are no longer made in the USA. The photos online show the USA engraving in the tool, but the set I received didn't have this engraving and was Made In China. I hope this is not a permanent solution for Sears. I am a loyal Craftsman customer, have been for years, but I refuse to support their non USA made hand tools. If they offered the Craftsman Professional line in stores, I would gladly pay more for the USA branding. I did not use these wrenches, I returned them to the store.
I bought this set as a replacement to one that I had lost. I use these wrenches everyday at my job as a maintenance technician. I love to use these ratcheting wrenches because it makes my job easier and quicker. My only complaint is that since the time I bought my first set and this recent set, the style has changed slightly. The open end has a broader profile than the old ones so it does not fit into tight spots like my old set did. I am not sure why they changed the style but it usually almost always has to do with the manufacture saving money. This would be my guess here. Unfortunately they made an excellent set of wrenches into JUST a very nice set of wrenches. I hope this trend does not continue.
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