Ratcheting Wrenches from GreatNeck Tools Provide Different Sizes at Both Ends

Ratcheting Wrenches from GreatNeck Tools Provide Different Sizes at Both Ends

No one has a better grip on quality and innovation than GreatNeck Tools, which introduced two 2-Piece Double Box Ratcheting Wrench Sets (metric and SAE) at this year's AAPEX show. Backed by the GreatNeck name and the company's signature performance, these items deliver eight sizes of wrenches in two tools, which can be counted on again and again for precision automotive tooling at the shop or at home.

No one has a better grip on quality and innovation than GreatNeck Tools (www.greatnecksaw.com), which introduced two 2-Piece Double Box Ratcheting Wrench Sets (metric and SAE) at this year’s AAPEX show. Backed by the GreatNeck name and the company’s signature performance, these items deliver eight sizes of wrenches in two tools, which can be counted on again and again for precision automotive tooling at the shop or at home.

Both tools within the box sets offer different size wrenches at either end of the item. Users receive eight wrenches for the price of one two-piece set, saving money and storage space.

The newest GreatNeck Ratcheting Wrenches include the following features:

GreatNeck 2-Piece Double Box Ratcheting Wrench Set Metric, item #51056:
• Eight ratcheting wrenches in two tools;
• Eight drive sizes: 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18 and 19mm;
• CR-V steel for strength and durability;
• Chrome plated to resist rust; and
• Double-sided reversible switches for quick direction changes.

GreatNeck 2-Piece Double Box Ratcheting Wrench Set SAE, item #51057:
• Eight ratcheting wrenches in two tools;
• Eight drive sizes: 5/16”, 3/8”, 7/16”, 1/2”, 9/16”, 5/8”, 11/16” and 3/4”;
• CR-V steel for strength and durability;
• Chrome plated to resist rust; and
• Double-sided reversible switches for quick direction changes.

For more information, visit GreatNeck at www.greatnecksaw.com or call (800) 457-0600.

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