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1/4 in., 3/8 in. and 1/2 in. Drive 120XP Flex Handle Ratchet Set (4-Piece)

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Since being patented in 1996, GearWrench has been the leader in ratcheting wrenches, with more styles and sizes than any other brand. GearWrench premier mechanics hand tools are designed to meet the tough requirements of Automotive Technicians and Industrial users. Their hand tools are made from chrome steel alloy, which is specially formulated and heat treated for strength and superior resistance to corrosion.
  • Double-stacked pawls engage a 60-tooth gear providing exceptional strength, exceeding ASME specifications
  • Teardrop low profile head and flush mounted on/off switch allow better access in tight spaces
  • 6-position flex head for adjustable access angle
  • Highly visible on/off markings on the head
  • Enclosed head design for extreme resistance to dirt infiltration
  • 120 positions, 3 ratcheting arc
  • Gear is alternately engaged by the double-stacked pawls which give a 3 swing arc for faster work
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FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesHand Tool TypeRatchet
Individual/SetSetMeasurement StandardSAE
Number of Pieces4Returnable90-Day
Tools Product TypeHand Tool

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This is a good quality pair of wrenches. The finish is very nice. The length of these wrenches s...
This is a good quality pair of wrenches. The finish is very nice. The length of these wrenches seem a little off. I wish the 1/4" was a little longer and the 3/8" a little shorter, but not a big deal in either case. I don't generally like grips on my wrenches, but these are at least pretty good out of the box. My worry is always how they will hold up with oil and any chemical exposure, as well as just degrading over time. The flex head locks firmly in each position and will allow a lot of options for accessing fasteners. The 3 degree throw (120XP) on the ratcheting is really nice. It is much shorter than my old craftsman set and will make it much easier to work in places where movement is limited.
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These 3/8 and 1/4 inch ratchets with thin line design are a welcome addition to my tool box. The ...
These 3/8 and 1/4 inch ratchets with thin line design are a welcome addition to my tool box. The package they come in is made of a rubber type and fits well into my tool box to ensure proper tool care. The ratchet heads move with a 120 positions with a three inch arc capabilities. Has a directional switch. The long thin line design allows for better handling of tool as well as torqueing abilities. Handles have a non slip type grip and is comfortable to use. Very good product!
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These two GearWrench ratchets are great for homeowner use. These ratchets are 60 tooth and are f...
These two GearWrench ratchets are great for homeowner use. These ratchets are 60 tooth and are fairly smooth but not as smooth as a Snapon which is around 100 tooth. The flex head has some positive stops so it will stay in the position you put it in. The handles are soft and they are comfortable to use. Since they are long handle you can generate a lot of torque but I wouldn't use them as my everyday ratchet because the longer length isn't always needed.
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If you get excited about new ‘quality’ tools as I, well you will not be disappointed with this; T...
If you get excited about new ‘quality’ tools as I, well you will not be disappointed with this; Two-Piece GearWrench 120XP Set both 1/4 inch AND a 3/8 inch Drive Dual Material-Comfort Grip, Flexible Head, Teardrop Design Ratchet(s) In The Included Foam Case. That was a mouth full and in addition, I found the ratchets to be incredibly lightweight yet retained that feeling of quality. The flexible head with firm detents allowed the head to flex and still maintain position. Really nice when performing maintenance on one of our outboard engines where space is not present. Actually the outboard was, in my mind, the perfect opportunity to test both drive sizes as a majority require the larger 3/8”. Now, the 1/4” really shined as the head size & especially the 120 tooth count help tremendously in the really tight spaces. The 1/4” was actually a real pleasure to use and simply put, made the job much easier. The two color comfort grip is a nice addition. While the red is of a firm plastic like material, the black is similar to a rubber over-mold but, with a softer texture. To top this set off, the ratchets come with a very nice foam tray cut perfectly to fit and there are even finger cut-outs for easy retrieval from that case. Great job GEARWRENCH!
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This ratchet set is a well constructed tool. The materials appear to be high quality and forged ...
This ratchet set is a well constructed tool. The materials appear to be high quality and forged metal. The shaft is thin but along with the teardrop swivel should allow for easier access to tight areas. The ratchet moves fluidly and easily with no catching noted. I have large hands so I wish the grip was a little larger. I like that packaging comes with a foam tray for easy storage to simply place into my tool box. I would say this ratchet is a great tool to have for an average homeowner doing tasks around the home and garage.
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I needed to replace a ratchet I gave out to my Daughter. I found this set of two at Home Depot. ...
I needed to replace a ratchet I gave out to my Daughter. I found this set of two at Home Depot. The idea of having thin teardrop ratchets that flex sounded interesting. I was impressed when I received the set. It's thin, and the flexing feature will make getting this wrench into tight spaces a simple task. At first, I thought this would be a really great knuckle-buster, but playing around with it, I discovered just the opposite...When flexing, the wrench locks in a position, preventing it from slipping and busting your knuckles. Overall, I am really impressed with this set, and it's innovation of both the 6-position flexing and the long thin design. Very pleased, and Highly Recommended.
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I recently received a set of two GearWrench flex head ratchets, one 1/4 in. drive and one 3/8 in ...
I recently received a set of two GearWrench flex head ratchets, one 1/4 in. drive and one 3/8 in drive. These ratchets come with a long handle to provide a little extra torque when needed and have a cushioned grip. The flex head is great for reaching hard to get to areas and the recessed drive switching mechanism is also an innovative feature which allow that tiny bit of extra room to get into tight spaces which is the norm on today’s vehicles. The ratchets are made from a high quality heat-treated steel alloy for strength. The directional switching mechanism is smooth as is the movement of the drive itself. In summary, these seem to be a high-quality precision-made tool that will be a very handy addition to any DIY’ers tool box. I have included a couple of pictures to show the quality look and the versatility of these tools.
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Nice set of ratchets. The smaller is a ¼ in and larger a ⅜ option. Both have a comfortable handle...
Nice set of ratchets. The smaller is a ¼ in and larger a ⅜ option. Both have a comfortable handle and have a head end that can be bent forwards or backwards to get into tight locations. The down side of using them with the head flexed all the way back into an 'L' shape is you lose leverage benefits. But having it in a less than 'L' shape, it still provides leverage. Such is the fun of physics. Some may ask 'given you have a neck that moves forward and backward, does it loosen over time and get wobbly'. While I've only had it for a short time, it seems to be strongly built. I have hit the arm with a hammer a few times on stuck bolts and it has not weakened at all. (Yes, I should have used a breaker bar.) Pleased, hope these last for many years.
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I have a Gear Wrench metric socket set and I like their quality tools, so when I needed a drive r...
I have a Gear Wrench metric socket set and I like their quality tools, so when I needed a drive ratchet I got this set. The drive has a low profile head with a flush reversing lever. The drive has a tear drop 6 position flex head so you can get into tight places. The 3 degree swing arc makes for tighter turns and gives 120 ratchet positions. With this set you can use 1/4" or 3/8 " sockets or even Gear Wrench bolt biter extraction sockets. The drives have a comfort grip handle and come in a foam holder.
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There are socket wrenches and then there are socket wrenches. They are not all alike and they do ...
There are socket wrenches and then there are socket wrenches. They are not all alike and they do not all work the same. When you are working in a tight spot sometimes you need a socket wrench with a flex head. Then this is the set you need. There is a 1/4 inch drive wrench and a 3/8 inch drive wrench which will fit most applications for the homeowner. They are GearWrench brand which is a quality brand. They will flex both forward and backwards. The handles are a good length that helps give you torque on your project. They are well worth the investment for quality tools.
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