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GRRCL14M214MM REV PRO SWING
GRRCL14M2 14MM REV PRO SWING - Features & Benefits
- 72-tooth pawl for fine ratcheting and 5 degree swing arc, not 22 degrees like traditional ratcheting wrenches.
- Reversing lever with 12 degree offset provides on the fly ratcheting adjustability with knuckle clearance.
- Opti-Torque Pro modified open-end that allows 25% more torque on fastener and 50% less tip spread without damaging fastener.
- Replaces ratchet and socket with more speed and access.
- Slim head profile to get into confined areas.
- Longest configuration in the industry to allow for more leverage on frozen fasteners.
- Forged beam construction that is 25% stronger than typical ratcheting wrenches.
- Ergonomic beam for professional use.
14MM REV PRO SWING 1 1
Very handy in your arsenal! This thing just has it all. I've had one of these handy for over 5 1/2 years now, and it never disappoints. I also have an inferior competitor's version (having two sets of the same ratcheting wrenches pay off, believe me), and when I think about it, I realize how much better this thing is. Where do I start? The 12* offset on the box end is surprisingly nifty, even in tight spots, which is where the 72 tooth gear really shines too. And although it can be convenient with my competitor's box end having a ridge so it stays on top of whatever youre loosening/tightening, I feel it defeats the purpose of having the offset box end, since you cant just flip it over like with this straight through Matco one. The whole thing is certainly durable, and the open end does not round off nuts and bolts like my other one does. I got 10mm, 12mm, and 14mm ones individually, as I knew I'd be using these on the imports I own and work on very frequently. You really shouldnt be breaking too much loose with these, but I havent had any problems doing so on some basic stuff, nor did it feel flimsy or close to damaging something. It's comfortable to use and makes working with a breeze. Worse case scenario, something goes wrong, and you simply return it with your lifetime warranty. What more could you ask for? Seriously, nobody is paying me to say all of this, it's just that good! November 13, 2011
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