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PostSubject: Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchets   Thu Oct 06, 2011 11:21 am

I was at our local Westlakes, and I noticed that they carry Craftsman, but also the new ratchet - and they look GREAT!



The picture does not do them justice. They feel great "in hand" and with the 84 tooth gear, require minimal movement to operate.

Worth a look!

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Long ergonomic handle increases torque and comfort. 84-tooth gear requires 4.5-degree arc swing. Guaranteed forever!
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PostSubject: Thanks for the heads up..dj   Mon Oct 10, 2011 2:44 am

No Westlakes around here but there is a small Sears store in Union City, maybe they'll have some to check out. I could use a new ratchet so I can return one of mine to its 1985 Aspencade Leather Tool Roll. The only thing I still have from that bike.
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PostSubject: Re: Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchets   Tue Oct 11, 2011 9:28 pm

The sears store didn't have them and hadn't heard of them. But I did find them on line for 119.95 but you had to order all 3. More than I needed

I did buy a small Ratchet with a 3/8 inch drive with the head that moved to different angles. Thought that might come in handy at times...
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PostSubject: Re: Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchets   Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:04 pm

DJ wrote:
The sears store didn't have them and hadn't heard of them. But I did find them on line for 119.95 but you had to order all 3. More than I needed

I did buy a small Ratchet with a 3/8 inch drive with the head that moved to different angles. Thought that might come in handy at times...

I believe they were to of hit the Sears stores last year, but I never saw them.

Here is my swivel 3/8 ratchet - great for light-medium duty use. Can use it like a screwdriver if needed, it has it's place.



I might buy one of those new Craftsmans to try, if it works out, get 'em all!
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