Wright Tool 349 12 Piece 3/8" Drive 12 Point Standard Metric Socket Set

Wright Tool 349 12 Piece 3/8" Drive 12 Point Standard Metric Socket Set

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  • Patented Wright Drive® distributes contact over a larger surface area for greater gripping power and strength.
  • Forged and Machined for Best Fit and Unyielding Strength
  • Precision Heat-Treated and Tempered for optimal Hardness, Ductility and Durability
  • Easy to read stamp pattern in order to quickly determine opening size
  • Made in the USA. Designed, Engineered and Manufactured in Barberton, OH
Overview
Own the best in socket sets with the Wright Tool 12 Piece 12 Point standard metric socket set. Sockets come in 8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm, 16mm, 17mm, 18m, and 19mm.

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Wright Tool 349 12 Piece 3/8" Drive 12 Point Standard Metric Socket Set

Specifications
General Information
Brand
Wright Tool
Part Number
349
Product Type
Socket Set
Number of Pieces
12
Packaging
Bulk
Country of Origin
United States
UPC
076799003492
California Residents
Proposition 65 Warning
Physical Characteristics
Weight
0.59 kg
1.31 lb
Details
Type
12 Point
Size
8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm, 16mm, 17mm, 18m, and 19mm
Features
- Patented Wright Drive® distributes contact over a larger surface area for greater gripping power and strength.
- Forged and Machined for Best Fit and Unyielding Strength
- Precision Heat-Treated and Tempered for optimal Hardness, Ductility and Durability
- Easy to read stamp pattern in order to quickly determine opening size
- Made in the USA. Designed, Engineered and Manufactured in Barberton, OH
- Meets and exceeds ASME B107 hand tool standards
Drive Connector Size
3/8 inch
Why would you use this tool for ?
About manufacturer
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Since 1927, Wright Tools has been a name internationally recognized for manufacturing quality, American-made tools specifically made for industrial and automotive users. They improved the quality at their plant in Barberton, Ohio over the years by switching to using a hot forge, creating their own steel alloy and focusing on customer satisfaction to make tools that professionals can rely on. After nearly a century of making tools, Wright has come to be known for not merely following American-made standards – they are the standard.

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