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    1/2-inch Drive Extendable Ratchet

    1/2" drive quick-release ratchet, designed with extendable handle for easy access to hard-to-reach areas and greater leverage, drop forged chrome vanadium steel construction with chrome plated finish after polish, reversible ratchet design for easy operation, high durability and low cost.
    SKU: T-RS-ER125
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    Buy quick-release ratchet handle at good price online. Reversible ratchet wrench is suitable for 1/2-inch drive sockets, extension bar and so on. Featuring extendable handle, the socket ratchet provides increased leverage and great access for hard to reach places. Forged with chrome vanadium steel and polished chrome finish, the half inch ratchet is hardened, durable, rust-resistant and easy to operate, greatly suitable for automotive, construction, mechanical, home repair, and so on.

    Specification

    Model T-YX041203
    Drive Size 1/2 inch (12.5mm)
    Measure Type Metric
    Material Chrome vanadium steel (CR-V)
    Finish Polished chrome
    Handle Extendable
    Overall Length 305-440mm
    Weight 1.1kg

    Applications

    1/2 inch Ratchet Applications

    Tips: Basics of a ratchet

    The ratchet is a special hand tool for tightening or loosening screws. The ratchets are generally equipped by a set of sockets of various specifications, as well as flexible rod, extension bar, universal joints, socket bits, etc.

    Generally, the models and specifications of ratchet are distinguished by the size of the square drive, the length of the ratchet and the number of internal teeth of the ratchet.

    The square drive sizes of ratchet: 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch. As we know, 1 inch equals 25.4mm. According to the metric system, they are 6.3mm, 10mm, 12.5mm, 19mm. When choosing the ratchet, it should firstly consider the drive size of the ratchet. For example, if the ratchet square head is 3/8 inch, a 3/8 inch drive socket should be chosen, and then a suitable socket will be selected according to the specifications of your bolts.

    The length of the ratchet also affects the use of the rathet. Of course, the ratchet with a longer arm can provide extra leverage.

    For the teeth of ratchet, there are 24 teeth, 36 teeth, 45 teeth, 72 teeth and so on. The number of gears is different, and the rotation angle of each tooth is different. The smaller the number of teeth, the larger the force-bearing area, the larger the area of ‚Äč‚Äčengagement between the teeth and the clip, and the better its bearing capacity. With more teeth, the angle is more flexible and adapts to tight spaces.

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