Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||0.22|
|Metric Opening Size:||SAE or Torx|
|SAE Opening Size:||9/16 in.|
|Torx Opening Size:||SAE or Metric|
|Number Of Points:||12|
|Color/Finish:||Full Polish Finish|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|General Warranty:||Guaranteed Forever|
Ratings & Reviews
Craftsman 9/16 In. Reversible Ratcheting Combination Wrench Gets Into Tight Spots
This 9/16 in. reversible ratcheting combination wrench lets you slip into tight spots with its slim profile. While a normal spanner wrench might fit, a socket wrench never would, and there's where the magic of this ratcheting wrench comes in. With 12 points of contact and 72 gears, its grip rivals most sockets, letting it remove or tighten a range of bolts without worries about rounding, shearing or stripping.
The Craftsman 9/16 in. reversible ratcheting combination wrench needs only a 5 degree arc on the ratchet end, a boon when working in cozy confines. The direction reverses with a simple switch of a lever. The 12 degrees of knuckle clearance help prevent scraps and bangs, while the fully polished finish lets you grip the wrench comfortably. It makes clean-up easy, too.
- The 9/16 in. reversible ratcheting combination wrench gives you the compact leverage you need to get at fasteners in the narrowest of openings
- The ratchet lever reverses with one hand
- Ratcheting arc needs only 5 degrees
- 72 gear teeth and 12 points of contact on the box end
- 7.17 inches long
- Weighs .22 pounds
- Fully polished finish protects alloy steel
- Craftsman forever warranty
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on July 26, 2010
Overall, others give this:
We use this Wrench in our repair work and like them a lot. Lets you screw down self locking nuts quickly. The only issue is that they will break within a year. The teeth are fine to allow a small degree of ratchet in close spaces. This also is the weak point as when you torque down the nut or bolt you stress the teeth and they will break. Best way is to ratchet the nut or bolt down then use a regular wrench to tighten the rest of the way.
New Berlin, WI
My Dad boutght a set of these a few years ago, and they were great. I just bought the same set and realized they are no longer made in USA, they are made in China. When I compared them to the USA made wrenches from previous years, the new Chinees ones were noticeably larger and thicker in all dimensions - this makes a huge difference considering wracheting wrenches are already limited in getting into tight places. I would recommend going with "Strong Arm tools" or "Blackhawk tools". They are made in the USA and still have professional quality!
Cle Elum, Wa.
My wife bought a set of these wrenches for christmas this last year and come to find out the 9/16 was missing . I didn't find this out until this last weekend after taking my tools out of the house to put them away. I always buy crasftmen tools because of the quality and price. We did not keep the reciept for these tools because we usually don't have to worry about it.