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Model #48-22-7406

6 in. Adjustable Wrench

  • Proprietary adjustment screw - jaws won't back off
  • Laser etched ruler for easy-to-read, accurate size adjustment
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Milwaukee 48-22-7406, 6 in. Adjustable wrench has been designed from the ground up to offer maximum productivity to the professional user. The adjustable wrench features a proprietary adjustment screw for jaws that won't back off. The ergonomic handle form has been designed for maximum comfort and won't dig into the palms, and is chrome plated for rust protection and maximum tool life. The wrench's parallel jaw design won't slip or damage finish surfaces, and a tether-ready handle loop makes the Milwaukee 48-22-7406 perfect for the toughest of jobsites. Milwaukee stands behind their product and offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty with all adjustable wrenches. The Milwaukee 48-22-7406 includes (1) 48-22-7408 6 in. Adjustable Wrench.
  • Proprietary adjustment screw - jaws won't back off
  • Parallel jaws won't slip or damage finish surfaces
  • Adjustment screw gears designed for smooth adjustment
  • Ergonomic handle form - maximum comfort, won't ding into the palm
  • Chrome plated for rust protection and durability
  • Laser etched ruler for easy-to-read, accurate size adjustment
  • Tether-ready handle loop
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Specifications

Dimensions

Minimum Opening (in.)
0
Wrench length (in.)
6

Details

Color Family
Silver
Features
No Additional Features
Hand Tool Type
Adjustable Wrench
Handle Type
Normal
Head Type
Specialty
Individual/Set
Individual
Material
Steel
Maximum Opening (in.)
.9375
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

4Questions11Answers

How much does the Milwaukee 15in wrench weigh?

Asked by Bub May 2, 2021
1
Answer

The Milwaukee 15 in adjustable wrench is 51 oz or 3.19 lbs.

Is this made in the US?

Asked by customer November 2, 2019
5
Answers

I don't know, but the design of the jaw gear makes them a top quality tool, best adjustable wrench I've ever tried.

What is the country of manufacture?

Asked by Altool August 30, 2018
2
Answers

Milwaukee has manufacturing facilities in Greenwood, MS, Jackson, MS, and Mukwonago, WI .

How big does it open?

Asked by Sanderguy777 January 29, 2017
3
Answers

1 1/8"

Customer Reviews

  • 4.9
    out of 135 reviews
  • 98% recommend this product
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well made wrenches with good fit and smooth action
After getting the 15 inch version of this wrench a little while back I was really impressed with the quality of the tool. I really like the precision of the fit on these Milwaukee adjustable wrenches. So I got the other sizes as well replacing a selection of older crescent wrenches I had in my box. These are machined precisely enough that there is almost no slop when you set them. Thus the action on them during adjustment is smooth as well. They move around extremely little once set. I can't say zero but it is close enough to it for my use. And this makes the guides that every one has useful too since they are accurate enough that the size on the guide is meaningful and not just some vague estimate. These are definitely a step up from my trusty older ones. Those have served OK for years but these will be easier to use. The trouble with the old ones was due to the slop in the fit you were always loosening to get it off then tightening after going on the nut or bolt head. Without that slop that's less hassle and time and aggravation saved. All in all these are some pretty nice adjustable wrenches.
by decman
well made wrenches with good fit and smooth action
After getting the 15 inch version of this wrench a little while back I was really impressed with the quality of the tool. I really like the precision of the fit on these Milwaukee adjustable wrenches. So I got the other sizes as well replacing a selection of older crescent wrenches I had in my box. These are machined precisely enough that there is almost no slop when you set them. Thus the action on them during adjustment is smooth as well. They move around extremely little once set. I can't say zero but it is close enough to it for my use. And this makes the guides that every one has useful too since they are accurate enough that the size on the guide is meaningful and not just some vague estimate. These are definitely a step up from my trusty older ones. Those have served OK for years but these will be easier to use. The trouble with the old ones was due to the slop in the fit you were always loosening to get it off then tightening after going on the nut or bolt head. Without that slop that's less hassle and time and aggravation saved. All in all these are some pretty nice adjustable wrenches.
by decman
1 person found this helpful
well made wrenches with good fit and smooth action
After getting the 15 inch version of this wrench a little while back I was really impressed with the quality of the tool. I really like the precision of the fit on these Milwaukee adjustable wrenches. So I got the other sizes as well replacing a selection of older crescent wrenches I had in my box. These are machined precisely enough that there is almost no slop when you set them. Thus the action on them during adjustment is smooth as well. They move around extremely little once set. I can't say zero but it is close enough to it for my use. And this makes the guides that every one has useful too since they are accurate enough that the size on the guide is meaningful and not just some vague estimate. These are definitely a step up from my trusty older ones. Those have served OK for years but these will be easier to use. The trouble with the old ones was due to the slop in the fit you were always loosening to get it off then tightening after going on the nut or bolt head. Without that slop that's less hassle and time and aggravation saved. All in all these are some pretty nice adjustable wrenches.
by decman
Not like the old ones
I don't really agree with the measurement marks, it is an adjustable wrench. When I look at something I could be close to knowing the size so you would have to take extra time to set it to that size by looking instead of just putting it on and adjusting, overkill. Wrench is heavy, I have used my tools for other things then intended for which makes this lower than the old style because of the plastic part in the handle. 3 STARS because of price and plastic.
by PHnoD
2 people found this helpful
An absolute beast of an adjustable wrench
I cannot find a flaw with this in finish or in using it. It is easy to hang horizontally or vertically. The sizing gauge is very precision and extremely easy to read. The adjustment is the smoothest I've ever used, and it positively stays where you place it without tending to lose it's mark. The grip is very pleasant and I love the Milwaukee label showing it as a tool in good taste. I trust the name Milwaukee from experience, and this adjustable only strengthens that "Milwaukee bonding".
by deide
Nice wrench
This is a heavy, sturdy, easy to hold adjustable wrench. It can be used on any bolt whose diameter is 1” or less. The width is calibrated with a SAE and metric ruler imprinted on the mouth of the wrench. With this you can tell the size of the bolt. The jaws have very little shifting and no slipping while producing a lot of torque on a bolt. The design and construction of the wrench is excellent. It portrays every indication of a professional grade tool. I really like the wrench and will use it a lot.
by Mamajane1234
Now THATS a wrench!
I kind of feel like Crocodile Dundee when I'm wielding this monster... "That's not a wrench, THAT'S a wrench!". This thing is ridiculously enormous. It's not the absolute highest quality wrench I've seen, but it will certainly get the job done. You can tell that the parts are first cast and bead blasted, then the mating surfaces and work faces are milled and finally the outer top of the wrench is ground to a high finish before painting. The main adjustment screw is held in with a press pin (the only thing I don't particularly care for) as opposed to a set screw. I prefer the set screw approach because it allows you to disassemble, clean and lubricate all the parts. Thankfully, this wrench is big enough that small amounts of grime shouldn't bother the action too much and larger particles should be easy to remove. The jaws on this open to nearly 2in, so this wrench should work great for some of your largest jobs. The length of the handle means that you'll have PLENTY of leverage to turn even the most stubborn things with relative ease.
by Greg
2 people found this helpful
Well Made, High Quality, Great fit
The main feature I liked the best about this wrench is the guides for the jaw openings. Simply set the jaw to the fastener size and make any minor size adjustments when secure on the fastener. Many times with an unmarked wrench you have to guess how far to open or close the jaws; only to find that you have to make additional adjustments to compensate. This saves those steps. The wrench is lightweight for it's size. The wrench comes with a lifetime warranty. The jaws fit the fastener tight with no play.
by mixerdude
3 people found this helpful
good quality tool and was just what I was after
I got this with one thing in particular in mind - having a wrench big enough for use on things like swapping out the ball on my trailer hitch. I had a 1/2" drive 1.5 inch socket I used for that but it is not real deep and bottoms out before I get things cinched up as much as I want. This is more the ticket and easy enough to just keep in the truck. I had a number of crescent wrenches of assorted sizes from 12" down. The 12" I had would not open enough for what I needed so ended up grabbing a monkey wrench or just settling for how tight I could get it with the socket. This is a better quality tool than the others I had and it opens plenty wide for the nut on a trailer hitch ball. The machining is more precise and there is very little of that slop that you see in cheaper wrenches that are machined to looser tolerances. That makes it easier to use because you know how those are with the slop. If you leave it loose enough it don't bind then they can slip. But if you tighten them down all the way they bind and you have to work more to get them loose for the next turn. I see that being far less an issue with these Milwaukee wrenches. The play in the one I got is almost non-existent. The quality is great. I think I may have to obtain some more Milwaukee stuff. I'm going tomorrow to buy one of the Milwaukee toolboxes after looking at them in the store the other day. Seems like they make some pretty well built products from what I've seen.
by decman
My first choice in ajustable wrenches
I needed a larger adjustable wrench and the Milwaukee brand was my first choice. This wrench is hefty, weighing 25.4 ounces. It has a lightly textured finish on the handle. The jaws are smooth on the inside. The left side of the jaw has an inch scale that measures up to 1 5/8" by eights. The right side has a metric scale up to 42mm with 1mm increments. You could actually use this as a caliper for measuring. I was eager to test the "jaws won't back off" screw. To test it I adjusted the wrench around a 3/4" nut, measured the jaw width with a digital caliper, and then tightened the nut as much as I could - which is quite a bit given the length and heft of the wrench. I then remeasured the jaw width and found it was 2/100" wider and there was a tiny bit of play around the nut, so for all practical purposes no readjustment would be needed. It's very well built and has a limited lifetime warranty should anything ever go wrong with it.
by Camano
1 person found this helpful
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