|Number of Ends:||Double End|
|Smallest Wrench Size:||1 1⁄16 in|
|Largest Wrench Size:||1 1⁄8 in|
|Overall Length:||15 1⁄4 in|
|Offset Angle:||40 °|
|Wrench Size:||1 1/16 in; 1 1/8 in|
|Specifications Met:||ASME B107.100|
|End Type:||Box End|
|Head Type:||Fixed Head|
|Number of Points:||12|
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About Box Wrenches
Also known as box-end wrenches or ring spanners, these tools have a ring-shaped jaw at one or both ends that grips all the faces of a fastener as it's turned, providing more leverage than an open-end wrench and reducing the risk of the tool slipping off and damaging the fastener. Each jaw on a box wrench is designed to fit a specific size of nut or bolt.
The inside walls of the wrench head may have 6, 8, or 12 points. 8-point wrenches are for use with square fasteners, and 6- and 12-point wrenches are for use with hexagonal fasteners. 6-point wrenches provide good grip for loosening stuck or stubborn fasteners and are less likely to damage the fastener when turning it than 8 or 12-point wrenches. 8- and 12-point wrenches are easier to position and require less movement to turn a fastener than 6-point wrenches, which is useful when working in tight spaces.
Save space in your tool box with these versatile tools. With a head on both ends of the tool, double-end wrenches allow a wider range of jobs to be accomplished with one tool. The heads may be the same or different sizes, and they may be set at the same or different angle to the tool body (commonly known as the offset angle).