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    1/2-inch Drive 6 Point Metric Deep Socket, 8mm-32mm

    Wholesale 1/2-in Metric Deep Socket for 1/2" drive ratchet at good price. 6 point deep socket for greater access and torque, comes with Metric sizes from 8mm to 32mm, made from superior chromium vanadium steel with mirror chrome finish, provides high strength and rust protection.
    SKU: T-RS-DHS832
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    Shop 1/2-inch Drive Deep Sockets online at favorable price, provide increased accessibility to the nut or fastener. High torque 6 point sockets have a full range of Metric sizes ranging from 8mm to 32mm. Constructed with heat-treated chromium vanadium alloy steel for strength and chrome polished finish for corrosion resistance, the hex sockets are durable and easy to use with 1/2" drive ratchets or hand tools.


    Model T-RS-DHS832
    Measurement Standard Metric
    Size (Optional) 8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm, 16mm, 17mm, 18mm, 19mm, 20mm, 21mm, 22mm, 23mm, 24mm, 27mm, 30mm, 32mm
    Drive Size 1/2 inch (12.5mm)
    Number of Points 6-Point
    Overall Length 78mm
    Material Chromium vanadium alloy steel
    Finish Chrome plated


    1/2 inch 6-point metric deep socket details

    Tips: What should be paid attention for the use of the ratchet?

    According to requirements, the ratcheting socket wrenches can be combined with sockets and ratchet handles of different specifications. For example, the extendable ratchet handle can adjust the required force arm, and the quick-release ratchet handle is used to quickly disassemble bolts, nuts, etc. The ratchet has many functions, convenient to use, safe and reliable.

    Notes for the use of ratchet and socket:
      1. The socket size of the selected ratchet must be in accordance with the size of the bolt or nut. If the socket is too large, it may slip off easily and damage the tool.
      2. Clean the dirt and oil on the surface of the ratchet regularly to prevent it from slipping off during use.
      3. The ratchet cannot be used as a hammer.

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