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    1/2-inch Drive Quick-Release Ratchet

    Economical price 1/2-in drive socket ratchet for wholesale. Reversible ratchet wrench with quick-release features, drop forged with chrome vanadium steel for hardness and durability, polished chrome with corrosion protection, and soft-grip handle for comfortable operation.
    SKU: T-RS-R125
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    $30.76
    Minimum purchase quantity: 10
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Low price 1/2-in drive quick-release ratchet allows sockets to easily release, made from high-quality chrome vanadium steel after drop forged and heat treated, polished chrome for rust and corrosion resistance, and anti-slip handle for comfortable grip, best for automotive, construction, mechanical, home repair, and so on.

    Specification

    Model T-JG1030-2
    Drive Size 1/2 inch (12.5mm)
    Measure Type Metric
    Material Chrome vanadium steel (CR-V)
    Finish Polished chrome
    Handle Straight
    Overall Length 250mm
    Weight 560g

    Details

    Half Inch Quick Release Ratchet Details

    Applications

    1/2 inch Ratchet Applications

    Tips: How to use the socket with the ratchet?

    Put the socket on the square drive of the matching ratchet handle (use it with the long extension bar, short extension bar or universal joint as needed), then put the socket over the bolt or nut, and hold the joint between the ratchet handle and the socket with your one hand. Keep the socket coaxial with the bolt to be disassembled or tightened, and hold the ratchet handle with your other hand to increase the force.

    In the process of using the socket, hold the joint between the ratchet and the socket with your hand, and do not shake it to prevent the socket from slipping out or damaging the corners of the bolt and nut. Use force in your direction to prevent slippage and injury to your hands.

    When selecting the socket, the shape and size of the socket must be completely suitable for the bolt and nut to be screwed. If the selection is not correct, the socket may slip during use, thereby damaging the bolt and nut.

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