Aug 29, 2011

Socket Wrenches

I am fascinated with tools and I own different kinds of power tools and socket wrenches. I often use it in hard to reach areas to loosen and tighten fasteners such as nuts and bolts. I used it the last time when I assemble a newly bought kitchen cabinet. It is very useful because the small lever on the ratchet will adjust the direction of the socket. If you are planning to buy a socket wrench, usually it comes in a complete set with different sizes. The power version of the socket wrenches are built much stronger and good for tougher jobs. The quarter-inch, three eight inch, half-inch and three-quarter inch is commonly used by DIY but, the larger inch is used in commercial industry.

The advantage of using a socket wrench is that job is faster to do and much easier too. So; when you are working on your project whether it is a DIY project at home or someone hired you, using a socket wrench is faster. You can add a breaker bar which adds extra torque for loosening strongly tightened bolts especially the frozen fasteners.

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