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Drive socket sets generally contain sockets, ratchets, and wrenches. They differ mainly by the ratchet, socket, and bit size and supplied accessories. See below for some tips how to choose a socket set.Continue
Socket set is a generic name for a tool set/case containing sockets. This practical tool set can replace conventional spanners and screwdrivers. Socket sets allow you to easily tighten and loosen different types of screws and bolts, and much more. This makes it suitable for your garage, workshop, and various household maintenance. Generally, socket sets differ in quantity of supplied sockets, bits, joints and other accessories. Some sets even offer multiple ratchet sizes.
Special wrench designed for loosening/tightening screws and bolts. Replaces conventional spanners and screwdrivers especially in places, where there is little room for manoeuvring your tools. The ratcheting wrench is characteristic for its one-direction operation (the direction can be changed via a lever on the wrench, so the tightening direction can change into loosening and vice versa). Ratchets are compatible with many differently sized heads. The advantage of using a ratchet is that it makes your work fast and easy, eliminating the need to reposition the wrench after every rotation cycle..
Attached directly on the ratchet. A head is necessary if you want to do any tightening or loosening. They are used, for example, when changing car wheels, more specifically on tire bolt and nuts. Heads also reduce the risk of nut deformation compared to a traditional flat wrenches - unlike classical wrenches, ratchet heads are polygonal. Heads are also compatible with various bits, which can replace your screwdriver.
Replace screwdrivers and wrenches. They are basically small screwdrivers with as many types and head sizes as there are screws and bolts. Just like there are differently-sized screwdrivers, you can find different bits. So they can be toothed, hex, slotted, TORX, hexagonal, or special. Bits make the work of carpenters and aspiring DIY handymen considerably easier, because you only need one socket set and then exchange bits as needed.
When buying a set, first consider what kind of work do you intend to use it for and then choose the size accordingly. For small tasks, such as assembling shelves or small repairs, you should buy a set with head sizes up to 14 mm. Larger diameters are suitable for changing car tires or major repairs and plumbing work.
In addition to the classic socket sets, our product selection includes individual ratchets, attachments, and bits. So if you later find something missing, you can always buy it separately.
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