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Proto - Heavy-Duty Offset Striking Wrench 1-1/8" - 12 Pt. (J2618

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Proto - Heavy-Duty Offset Striking Wrench 1-1/8" - 12 Pt. (J2618

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Product Description

Black Oxide finish, Large striking surface for surer blow contact and more efficient transmittal of force to fastener, short handle permits use in close quarters, box opening designed to remain on fastener when wrench is struck, for use where extreme force is necessary to loosen or set Large fasteners.Exhaustive in our efforts to make the world’s safest tools, Unique in the marketplace, relevant to our customer’s work style, Proto helped build 1934 Fords, the Golden gate bridge and Apollo 1464, made in America, making the highest quality tools Comes first, confidence that our tools will help keep them working longer and safer.

From the Manufacturer

Stanely Proto Striking wrenches are engineered for the most demanding uses. The box opening is designed to remain in place on fastener when wrench is struck. Designed for heavy use in close quarters where hammer or sledge is required to loosen frozen nuts or set large fasteners.

Proto - Heavy-Duty Offset Striking Wrench 1-1/8" - 12 Pt. (J2618

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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