Tite-reach Extension Wrench Tri-pack

TR-38-14-DIY




The Tri-Pack

Includes the 3/8"PRO, 1/4"PRO, and 3/8"DIY Comes standard with two 3/8" x 3/8" adapters, one 3/8" x 1/2" adapter, one 1/4" x 1/4" adapter, and one 1/4" bit adapter.

Our Tri-Pack is a great fit for the person who is automotive focused. Whether working in the engine bay or removing parts under the dash this set of wrenches gives you the versatility to save your time and knuckles in almost any tight spot. We've all been in that spot where you can't get a full swing with your ratchet, or even worse, going 1 click at a time with your 80 tooth ratchet. These wrenches get you out of that situation and extend your reach giving your ratchet a full swing. Save even more time by coupling our 3/8" Professional wrench with your impact driver.

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T.S.
A Must Have!!

These are worth their weight in gold! I was having a horrible time trying to get to bolts toward the back side of my engine and these beauties made it much less of a chore. I used them to replace a cam and lifters, put an intake manifold and valley cover back on, torque down head bolts.... You name it, this tool generally makes it easier. I can't recommend it highly enough. You NEED THIS in your tool box.

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T.S.
A Must Have!!

These are worth their weight in gold! I was having a horrible time trying to get to bolts toward the back side of my engine and these beauties made it much less of a chore. I used them to replace a cam and lifters, put an intake manifold and valley cover back on, torque down head bolts.... You name it, this tool generally makes it easier. I can't recommend it highly enough. You NEED THIS in your tool box.

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L.B.
Exactly what i needed and didn't" know it.

Exactly what i needed and didn't" know it.

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D.
Great Tool

I love how this set allows me to use my power tools in areas I would otherwise not be able to access. I docked it one star for two things: 1 They are a little more bulky than I expected/hoped, and 2 I thought I was buying a set of three (1/4", 3/8", and 1/2") of the professional version of these tools, when in reality it has a 1/4", and 3/8" of the professional version and another 3/8" of the DIY version - which is plastic . . . kinda not happy about that. The description didn't say exactly and I didn't clarify with the seller before ordering, so it's as much my fault as their's, I suppose.

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R.S.
This product is a great idea

Im 95% happy with this. the 1/2 size is what you would expect for a pro version. chain drive sprockets with bearings. the 3/8 and 1/4 are probally adequate, but does not have the wow build factor of the 1/2 version. there are no bearings but instead a plastic bushing around each sprocket axle.