#1 Home Improvement Retailer

Internet # 307848313

Model # HFPRAT3PC

Full Polish Ratchet Set (3-Piece)

$73.97
Apply Now
Pay $48.97 after $25 OFF your total qualifying purchase upon opening a new card. info
Apply for a Home Depot Consumer Card
  • Tool set includes a 1/4 in., 3/8 in. and 1/2 in. drive ratchet
  • 72-tooth ratchet needs only a 5° arc swing to turn fasteners
  • Forged from Chrome Alloy Steel
  • View More Details
icon
Free & Easy Returns In Store or Online
Return this item within 90 days of purchase. Read Return Policy

Product Details

About This Product

The Husky Full-Polish Ratchet 3-Piece Set is made of alloy steel to provide excellent durability. The Set includes a 1/4 in. drive ratchet, 3/8 in. drive ratchet and a 1/2 in. drive ratchet. The finish provides resistance to corrosion. The ratchets have a teardrop-style head with a low profile to allow for excellent access to nuts and bolts in tight locations.

Highlights

  • 3-piece set
  • Low-profile head design
  • Quick release button allows sockets and drive tools to be easily removed from the ratchet
  • Flush mounted reversing lever
  • 72-tooth ratchet needs a only 5° arc swing to turn fasteners
  • Cold formed and heat treated for outstanding strength
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI standards
  • Call 1-888-HD-HUSKY for customer service and support.
  • Backed by a Lifetime Warranty. If your Husky product ever fails, bring it back and we will replace it for free. Click here for details.
  • Click here to view more exclusive Husky products.
  • Return Policy

Product Information

Internet # 307848313

Model # HFPRAT3PC

Additional Resources

Shop All Husky

Specifications

Details

Features

Low Profile, Quick Release

Hand Tool Type

Other Ratchet/Socket Set

Individual/Set

Set

Number of Pieces

3

Returnable

90-Day

SAE vs. Metric

Metric

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

16Questions
caret
Q:WILL IT FIT THE 30 PICE TOOL SET, LOST THE RACHET item number 1004 251 505
by|Feb 28, 2024
1 Answer
Answer This Question

A:  Sangeeta, The 30-piece set, sku 1004 251 505, was a 1/4 inch drive set. The correct replacement ratchet for this set is Internet # 202923410, Model # H14FPRAT, Store SKU # 107319

by|Feb 29, 2024
    caret
    Q:I have a older husky ratchet 1/4 and the stem I suppose it's called where the socket attaches to broke in half it's the husky 20800 with the two screws near the switch Is that under warranty guidelines???
    by|Nov 5, 2023
    1 Answer
    Answer This Question

    A:  Chris, the ratchet you have is an older style made by a previous manufacturer, but it is still covered under the Husky Lifetime warranty. We would warranty it with the upgraded 72-tooth version, the H14FPRAT. Please give our customer service team a call at 1-888-HD-Husky, option 2, and they can work with you on a replacment ratchet.

    by|Mar 18, 2024
      1 found this answer helpful
      caret
      Q:This ratchet is being shown to have an excellent 4.5 star review. BUT, many of the reviews aren't even for the ratchet, on page one alone I see reviews for sockets, socket rails and even a pressure washer. Why are these reviews being falsely inflated?
      by|Oct 10, 2022
      1 Answer
      Answer This Question

      A:  Thanks for pointing this out, this looks like a strange glitch, but we will look into it and get it sorted out.

      by|Oct 10, 2022
        caret
        Q:What is the overall length of the ratchet?
        by|Aug 26, 2021
        2 Answers
        Answer This Question

        A:  The overall length is 8 3/8 "

        by|Dec 5, 2021
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  The overall lenght of this ratchet is 8-1/4 inches.

          by|Dec 5, 2021
            2 found this answer helpful
            Showing 1-4 of 16

            Customer Reviews

            4.6 out of 5

            • 4.6 out of 538 reviews
            • 92% recommend this product
            Filter by:
            Showing 1-10 of 538 reviews
            much better than my pittsburgh
            I am impressed with this ratchet. First off, I had bought a pittburgh 3/8 quick release as my first fine tooth ratchet. The biggest issue with it was the directional switch being too loose and getting stuck in thr middle. The husky tskes care of that oroblem while also being low profile and quick release. Treat it right and it will serve tou many years. Plus with a no questions no reciept required warrenty, how could you complain?
            by
              • Recommended
              1 found this review helpful
              amazing
              I bought this washer pressure and I am happy with it, it work great even on car tires.
              by
                • Recommended
                Great too . Size and handle are ergonomically correct for applying force to the bolt/nut. Handl...
                Great too . Size and handle are ergonomically correct for applying force to the bolt/nut. Handle gets slippery if wet. Handle length is great that needed leverage on big job . Rachet has very positive engagement Can't go wrong with Husky.
                by
                • Verified Purchase
                • Recommended
                1 found this review helpful
                I used the ratchet two times and then it sat in my bag for week and half. When I went to use it f...
                I used the ratchet two times and then it sat in my bag for week and half. When I went to use it for the third time it didn't work at all.
                by
                • Verified Purchase
                3 found this review helpful
                This is a very useful design, needing only 5 deg swing to ratchet. What I have a problem with is ...
                This is a very useful design, needing only 5 deg swing to ratchet. What I have a problem with is the execution. Twice in two days the snap ring popped out of its channel, allowing the ratchet and spring pawl to disassemble itself all over the floor. Luckily this occurred in a laboratory and not while working under the hood of somebody's car and all the parts were found and reassembled. I've spread the ring ends apart a bit and reinserted it into its channel, hopefully this will solve the popping out problem, but I'd advise owners to check their snap rings to make sure they're tight in their groove and won't move when pressed on from the end.
                by
                  • Recommended
                  3 found this review helpful
                  Very nice
                  This ratchet works very nice, ratchet is smooth good feel in hand, socket release is fair all in all a great value.
                  by
                  • Pro
                  • Verified Purchase
                  • Recommended
                  2 found this review helpful
                  Strong wrench
                  There are plenty of reviews about the usage and overall impressions of this wrench, so am taking another viewpoint, to the insides. The wrench seems sturdy enough, but they all do. What we can't usually see are the parts inside and their quality. So I disassembled this one to find what I could about the materials and design. This is a relatively easy wrench to take apart, which you will probably need to do at times. All you need is a regular set of snap ring pliers. Wrenches with this many teeth get easily clogged with dust, dirt, dried grease, etc, which can cause the wrench to slip, because of the smaller teeth that have to mesh. Once the cover is removed, you can remove all of the parts inside. Be careful to keep track of the pin/spring combination. The places to clean are the gear and pawl which teeth must be clear of any particles. A light coat of grease or heavy oil is all it needs after it is ready to reassemble. My findings: The pawl is a clever design to maximize the number of teeth that mesh with the larger gear. In each direction, there are 6 teeth that mesh and 6 that are not in contact. One extra tooth in the middle acts as a pivot to allow reversal. In this way, the wrench is stronger than some that only mesh with 2 or 3 teeth. Two of my mature Craftsman wrenches are the 2-tooth design. Normally I would prefer a wrench with larger and fewer teeth on the main gear for reduced opportunity for slipping. I will keep this one around for uses that require a very limited travel due to cramped space. All the parts of this wrench were found to be ferrous (iron/steel) except the lever, which appears to be an aluminum alloy. I found it odd to have that one part of a different material from all the others.
                  by
                  • Recommended
                  25 found this review helpful
                  Nice ratchet!
                  Sturdy enough to bust-loose Honda brakes or Chevy manifolds. Clicks are small, you can ratchet in tight spaces. The socket-latch works very well, and easily, with large button which is easy to press but hard to hit by accident. The direction switch seems small, but it works easily, and the small lever does not get flipped by accident as much as my other handle. I opened the ratchet and noted good lubrication and reasonably ample teeth; you won't break this by hand. You may like a piece of hose to pad the thin handle. You must hit the socket-catch button to get socket off AND to put it on. I prefer easy on, deliberate off.
                  by
                  • Recommended
                  2 found this review helpful
                  Just what you would expect!
                  This 1/4 inch rachet replaced my sears craftsman that I lost. Easy to use. Push button socket release and a swith for tighten or loosen. So far just as good as my craftsman.
                  by
                  • Recommended
                  1 found this review helpful
                  Solid Ratchet, Works Well, Solid Handle
                  A fully guaranteed ratchet at an affordable price. I really like this ratchet wrench. The handle is a great fit in my hand and feels well balanced due to the tapering of the handle. The 72 teeth make the turns of the ratchet smooth and very sensitive. I also like the lock/release button on the top of the handle - it makes adding or removing the sockets a snap.Well worth the investment. I've had very good luck with the Husky product line overall.
                  by
                  • Recommended
                  2 found this review helpful
                  Showing 1-10 of 538 reviews