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    1/4-inch Drive 6 Point Metric Socket, 4mm-14mm

    Cheap 6-point hex socket for sale, selectable in Metric sizes from 4mm, 4.5mm, 5mm, 6mm to 14mm, available with regular socket and deep socket, designed for 1/4-in (6.3mm) drive ratchet or other hand tool, high quality steel construction, full-polish chrome finish for corrosion resistance, high strength and durability.
    SKU: T-RS-S414
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    Buy 1/4-inch Drive 6 Point Metric Socket at wholesale price. 6-point regular sockets or deep sockets have Metric sizes ranging from 4mm to 14mm. Made from superior steel with mirror polished, the hex socket features high strength and durability, best for 1/4" drive hand tools.

    Specification

    Model T-RS-S414
    Measurement Standard Metric
    Size (Optional) 4mm, 4.5mm, 5mm, 5.5mm, 6mm, 7mm, 8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm
    Drive Size 1/4 inch (6.3mm)
    Number of Points 6-Point
    Overall Length 25mm
    Material Chromium vanadium alloy steel
    Finish Chrome plated
    Weight See below

    Dimensions

    Size Square Outer Diameter Hex Outer Diameter Weight Overall Length
    4mm 11mm 7mm 10.0g 25mm
    4.5mm 11mm 7mm 10.1g 25mm
    5mm 11mm 8mm 11.2g 25mm
    5.5mm 11mm 9mm 11.5g 25mm
    6mm 11mm 9mm 11.5g 25mm
    7mm 11mm 10mm 13.5g 25mm
    8mm 12mm 12mm 13.0g 25mm
    9mm 13mm 13mm 14.4g 25mm
    10mm 13mm 13mm 21.2g 25mm
    11mm 16mm 16mm 24.0g 25mm
    12mm 17mm 17mm 24.1g 25mm
    13mm 17mm 17mm 28.3g 25mm
    14mm 20mm 20mm 37.0g 25mm

    Note: The sizes are approximate.

    Details

    Quarter inch 6-point socket

    Tips: Identify 6-point socket good or not

    There are many 6-point socket manufacturers on the market now. When choosing, we should learn to distinguish the socket good from bad.

    When identifying a 6-point socket, you can first see whether its size meet the standard, whether the edges are smooth, and whether there are scratches on the surface. It is the most basic that the 6-point socket meets the standard, and a good hexagon socket must have smooth edges and no scratches on the surface.

    In addition to looking at the appearance, it also depends on the material and the corresponding hardness value when buying 6-point sockets. Some professional equipment can measure the torque and hardness of the sockets, or the salt spray test can be used. Please note that the hardness value of a professional-grade socket should not be lower than HRC40. If it is an impact socket, the hardness must be above HRC44 and it can be barely used. But if there is no high-quality heat treatment, the result is naturally terrible.

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