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3/8 12IN 88TH LF RATCHET-GREEN
  1. BFR128LFTG3/8" DRIVE 88 TOOTH LOCKING-FLEX RATCHET - GREEN

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BFR128LFTG 3/8" DRIVE 88 TOOTH LOCKING-FLEX RATCHET - GREEN

Features & Benefits

  • 88 ratchet gear teeth produce a swing arc just over 4° allowing faster work in the most compact spaces
  • Features unique 9-position locking flex-head. Locking lever ensures ratchet head maintains desired position regardless of size or applied load with the head rotating through a full 180°
  • Dual component streamlined ergonomic handle specifically designed to handle both under hood and under car applications with ease, comfort, and access
  • Ultra low profile head permits access to the tightest jobs
  • Overall length: 12"
  • Streamlined TearDrop Ratchet Head and long handle pattern for improved access in the most compact areas
  • Recessed shift lever to prevent accidental shifting to improve job efficiency
  • C-Ring retainer to permit fast access to the ratchet mechanism for easier maintenance

Return Policy *

  • Return for refund within: 30 days
  • Return for replacement within: 30 days

* Applies to purchases made on matcotools.com only; see your Matco distributor for warranty or return information on purchases made elsewhere.

3/8'' DRIVE 88 TOOTH LOCKING-FLEX RATCHET - GREEN 4.9 5 43 43
Impressive I feel confident using this ratchet, and love the soft handle. December 15, 2011
Wish I had two!!!! Best ratchet!!!!! Would recomend it over "other" tools company any day!!!! December 4, 2011
the number 1 ratchet Great ratchet. Only one I use in my shop. Like the tear drop locking head.Matco tools r the best plain n simple. October 17, 2011
Best on the market I have owned quite a few ratchets none better than this one. November 2, 2011
Best ratchet ever The 88 tooth is the best on the market. If you don't have this ratchet in your box then you have the wrong one. September 5, 2011
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