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Fixed Socket Wrenches

Fixed Socket Wrenches

Often used in the automotive industry, these non-ratcheting wrenches have one or more sockets that are permanently attached to the tool handle to provide good strength for turning a range of fasteners. They are typically easier to maintain than their ratcheting counterparts.

The inside edge of the socket may have 6, 8, or 12 points. 6-point sockets make contact with all sides of a hexagonal fastener, reducing the risk of stripping or rounding the fastener when turning it. 8-point sockets are for use with square fasteners. 12-point sockets can be repositioned with a smaller movement of the handle than a 6-point socket, which is useful when working in tight spaces.

Fixed Head

A good all-purpose tool, these wrenches have an immovable head that provides good strength for turning a range of nuts or bolts

Chrome Vanadium Steel — Satin Finish

Imperial

6 Point

Metric

6 & 12 Point

Flexible Head

Also called flex-head wrenches, these tools have a pivoting socket on one or both ends of the tool. The socket can tilt up to 180° to approach fasteners at an angle when working in confined spaces. For wrenches with two heads, the heads may be the same or different sizes.

Chrome Vanadium Steel — Satin Finish

Imperial

12 Point

Metric

12 Point

Sets

Make sure you have the wrench you need for any job with these fixed socket wrench sets. They contain multiple wrenches in a range of sizes and are available in metric or SAE sizes.

Chrome Vanadium Steel — Satin Finish

Imperial