Stahlwille 13111120 512QR N QuickRelease Ratchet, Fine Tooth, 1/2" Drive
Stahlwille 13111120 512QR N QuickRelease Ratchet, Fine Tooth, 1/2" Drive
Stahlwille 13111120 512QR N QuickRelease Ratchet, Fine Tooth, 1/2" Drive
Stahlwille 13111120 512QR N QuickRelease Ratchet, Fine Tooth, 1/2" Drive

Stahlwille 13111120 512QR N QuickRelease Ratchet, Fine Tooth, 1/2" Drive

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$128.48 USD & FREE Shipping.
  • Material: Alloy Steel
  • Drive Size: 1/2 Inches
  • Finish: Chrome plated
  • 2-component handle
  • Made in Gemany
Overview
/2" square · finish: Chrome Alloy Steel, chrome plated · reversible · 80 teeth · with QuickRelease safety lock · with 2-component handle · for use in confined spaces, re-engages after movement of 4.5° · construction without screws prevents foreign object damage · DIN 3122/ISO 3315 · registered design
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Stahlwille 13111120 512QR N QuickRelease Ratchet, Fine Tooth, 1/2" Drive

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Stahlwille
Part Number
13111120
Product Type
Ratchets & Handles
Packaging
Bulk
Country of Origin
Germany
UPC
4018754256778
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Length
265,5 mm
Width
42 mm
Height
42 mm
Weight
0.65 kg
1.44 lb
Finish
Chrome plated
Material
Alloy Steel
Details
Drive Connector Size
1/2 Inches
Features
Material: Alloy Steel
Drive Size: 1/2 Inches
Finish: Chrome plated
2-component handle
Made in Gemany
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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While there are many brands of high quality German tools, few are as recognized as Stahlwille. Stahlwille Tools is well known not just for automotive tools, but they’re a brand widely used by the aerospace industry. One of Stahlwille’s contributions to aerospace was the “Tool Control” System which uses bright colors in the storage case that show only when a tool is missing. Stahlwille has also led innovation in aerospace applications by creating tools like the Anti Slip Drive, the Spline Drive the Quick Release and many more. The quality of Stahlwille Tools is among the best, anything less would be disastrous for those in aerospace.

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