|Set Type:||Cushion Grip|
|Hex Size:||3/16 in; 1/4 in; 5/16 in; 11/32 in; 3/8 in; 7/16 in; 1/2 in|
|Overall Length:||9 3⁄4 in; 10 3⁄8 in|
|Shank Length:||6 in|
|Handle Color:||Yellow; Black|
|Number of Pieces in Set:||7|
|Drive Size:||1⁄2 in; 7⁄16 in; 3⁄8 in; 11⁄32 in; 5⁄16 in; 1⁄4 in; 3⁄16 in|
|Drivers Included:||1/2 in Hex, 6 in Shank; 7/16 in; 3/8 in Hex, 6 in Shank; 11/32 in Hex, 6 in Shank; 5/16 in Hex, 6 in Shank; 1/4 in Hex, 6 in Shank; 3/16 in Hex, 6 in Shank|
|Includes:||(7) Hex Nut Drivers|
|Number of Drivers:||7|
|Overall Length Range:||9 3/4; 10 5/16|
|Replaceable Shaft:||Fixed Shaft|
Compliance and Restrictions
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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About Nut Drivers & Sets
Similar in design to a screwdriver, nut drivers have a handle with a long shank and a socket at the end. The socket is placed onto a nut or bolt, and the handle is rotated to tighten or loosen the fastener. Nut drivers are easier to maneuver in close quarters than a standard wrench or ratchet handle. They may have efficiency-boosting features such as a hollow shank that allows a threaded rod to pass through when tightening a nut or a magnetic tip that holds nuts on the socket for easier placement. Commonly used in the electronics industry, nut drivers are suitable for applications that do not require high amounts of torque to be applied to the fastener.
Make sure you have the tool you need to tighten almost any nut or bolt. Available in SAE and metric sizes, these sets contain multiple nut drivers in a range of sizes.