|Material:||Chrome Vanadium Steel|
|Number of Ends:||Double End|
|Smallest Wrench Size:||1 1⁄16 in|
|Largest Wrench Size:||1 1⁄8 in|
|Overall Length:||11 1⁄2 in|
|Offset Angle:||15 °|
|Wrench Size:||1 1/16 in; 1 1/8 in|
|Features:||Spline Design; Anti-Slip|
|Head Type:||Fixed Head|
|Specifications Met:||ANSI B107.100|
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About Open End Wrenches
One of the most commonly used tools, open-end wrenches have one or two U-shaped heads with fixed jaws for turning or holding a specific fastener size. The jaws grip two opposing faces of a hexagonal fastener and have a smooth surface to reduce the risk of damaging the fastener. Open-end wrenches can approach a fastener from the top or side and are a useful alternative to a box wrench in applications where it is not possible to approach the fastener from the top, such as when working on pipe joints.
With a head on both ends of the tool, double-end wrenches allow a wider range of jobs to be accomplished with one tool. Each head fits a specific size of fastener. The heads may be the same or different sizes, and they may be set at the same or a different angle to the tool body.