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Striking & Leverage Wrenches

Striking & Leverage Wrenches

Featuring a striking surface or an extra-long handle that provides more force and leverage for turning large or stuck fasteners and fixtures, these wrenches are particularly useful when working with heavy machinery and corroded fixtures.

Striking

Square or flat surfaces on the handles of these wrenches can be struck with a hammer or mallet to provide extra force when turning large fixtures such as flanges or when loosening stuck or rusted fasteners.

Imperial

6 Point Head — Chrome Vanadium Steel Body

12 Point Head — Chrome Vanadium Steel Body

Metric

12 Point Head — Chrome Vanadium Steel Body

Leverage

These tools are useful in applications where a striking or slugging wrench cannot be used, such as when working in areas where sparking is a concern or in confined spaces where there may not be enough room to swing a hammer. Leverage wrenches have a ring-shaped jaw on one end of the tool that completely surrounds a fastener and securely grips all the faces of the fastener as it is turned. Corresponding handles (sold separately) can be attached to the tool body to extend the length of the wrench for improved leverage when tightening or loosening difficult or stuck fittings.

Imperial

12 Point Head — Chrome Vanadium Steel Body

Metric

12 Point Head — Chrome Vanadium Steel Body

Leverage Wrench Handles

When used with a leverage wrench, these handles allow a fastener to be turned with more force than would be possible with just the wrench alone.