What are the socket point options within 1/4 in Sockets
There are various options for the number of socket points on a socket. The number of points can determine what types of nuts and bolts the socket can loosen or secure. For example, a six-point socket is suitable for very tight fasters or rounded corners. A 12-point socket is for light repairs. Within 1/4 in Sockets, socket point options include 6-point, 12-point and Round.
What is the difference between a socket wrench and a ratchet?
Sockets and ratchets are both used to make a combination tool. The main difference is that they are much harder to get the job done when used alone than when used together. It is much easier to tighten and loosen fasteners using both tools together. Check out our most reviewed product, the 3/8 in. Drive 1/4 in. 6-Point SAE Standard Socket.
What is the cheapest option available within 1/4 in Sockets?