Hazet 2797-1 Hex Bumper Tubular Socket Wrench, 10 mm, 1/4"
Hazet 2797-1 Hex Bumper Tubular Socket Wrench, 10 mm, 1/4"
Hazet 2797-1 Hex Bumper Tubular Socket Wrench, 10 mm, 1/4"
Hazet 2797-1 Hex Bumper Tubular Socket Wrench, 10 mm, 1/4"

Hazet 2797-1 Hex Bumper Tubular Socket Wrench, 10 mm, 1/4"

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  • Drive: Square, hollow 6.3 mm (1/4 inch)
  • Output: Outside hexagon profile
  • Wrench size: 10
  • Enables controlled screwing with the torque value required by the manufacturer
  • DIN 3124, ISO 2725-1
Overview

For operating the rear bumper screws

MERCEDES-BENZ type 204 (C-Class) station wagon and saloon ∙ type 205 (C-Class) ∙ AUDI A3 model years 2004→ ∙ A4 model years 2001→ ∙ A6 model years 2005→ ∙ TT model years 2007→

Note: Screw operation with threaded rod

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Hazet 2797-1 Hex Bumper Tubular Socket Wrench, 10 mm, 1/4"

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Hazet
Part Number
2797-1
Product Type
Bumper Tubular Socket Wrench
Packaging
Retail
Country of Origin
Germany
UPC
4000896154746
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Length
160 mm
Weight
0.07 kg
0.15 lb
Color
Metallic
Material
Tool Steel
Details
Tip Type
Hex
Size
Drive: Square, hollow 6.3 mm (1/4 inch)
Output: Outside hexagon profile
Wrench size: 10
Drive Connector Size
1/4"
Features
Drive : Square 6.3 = 1/4″
Length : 160 mm
Manual / impact operation : For manual operation
Net weight : 0.073 kg
Openings across flats : 10
Output : Outside hexagon profile
Standard : DIN 3124, ISO 2725-1
Total length : 160 mm
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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Hazet Tools are indeed some of the best tools made today, and they have a long tradition of excellence to back them up. Hazet got started in 1868 in Remscheid, Germany making parts for construction, lawnmowers and locks. Hazet has since grown and earned their reputation as the leader in manufacturing automotive tools, pioneering tools specifically made for cars as early as 1913. They further solidified their reputation in automotive tools by developing and making the tool for the iconic Volkswagen Beetles and Porsche 356. Hazet Tools and automotive work are the perfect match!

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