GearWrench Ratcheting Wrench Insert Bit Set – 41 Piece (81602)

GearWrench Ratcheting Wrench Insert Bit Set – 41 Piece (81602)

The GearWrench Ratchet Wrenches are used to tighten and loosen nuts, bolts, washers and other fasteners. They come in various sizes from 1/2″ to 3″. These tools are usually sold with a pair of hex wrenches, but they can be purchased separately.

You may have seen them at hardware stores or even online.

Ratchet Wrenches are used for many different tasks, such as tightening screws, removing nuts and bolts, installing new fasteners and much more. They’re handy when you need to remove something quickly without damaging it.

GearWrench Ratchet Wrenches are commonly found in home improvement stores, hardware stores and online. They’re often referred to as “ratchet wrenches.” Some of these tools are made by Toolcraft and others are manufactured by Craftsman.

There’s no one size fits all type of tool for every job. Our engineers and product experts have found that ratchet wrenches are very popular with our customers.

If you’re looking for hand tools to complete your next home improvement project, check out the wide variety of ratchet wrenches available at Harbor Freight Tools today.


Designed for industrial use

Hardened, chrome-plated steel construction for maximum wear resistance and durability

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12-point box end.

41 piece set.

Includes sizes: 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4, 13/16, 7/8, 15/16, 1, 1 1/16, 1 1/8, 1 1/4in.

High quality and durable ratchet wrenches that are very effective for various industrial uses


Material: Hardened, chrome-plated steel

What you get: 41 piece ratchet wrench set, includes sizes: 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4, 13/16, 7/8, 15/16, 1, 1 1/16, 1 1/8, 1 1/4in.


See the subject of ratchet wrench sets below.

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GearWrench Ratcheting Wrench Insert Bit Set – 41 Piece (81602)

Ratchet wrenches are a handy type of wrench that can be flipped to the left or right to tighten or loosen nuts and bolts. Most have a ratcheting action, meaning you turn one way to make a certain number of rotations and then turn back the other way to make another rotation. This is faster than using an ordinary wrench.

There are many different types of ratcheting wrenches, usually for the most common sizes of nuts and bolts found on cars and around the house.

Ratchet wrenches come in two basic types: extender and breaker bars. Both types have a regular open-end wrench on one side and a ratcheting mechanism on the other, but that’s where the similarities end. There are also many different sizes and styles of ratcheting wrenches to fit any need.

Extender bars have a longer, thinner design that allows you get more leverage. The longer length also lets you reach bolts in deeper spaces. They come in a variety of lengths up to 24-inches long.

You can use it with the same size socket or wrench on the other end, but you can get even more leverage with a shorter wrench instead.

Breaker bars have a short, thick design that helps prevent the bolt from moving when you’re trying to loosen or tighten it. They are made to be used with a short socket or wrench on the other end.

Depending on your project, you may need one type more than the other. For loosening or tightening large, stubborn bolts, a breaker bar is often best. If you need more torque and leverage, an extender bar would be more suitable.

Extender and breaker bars are just two types of ratcheting wrenches. There are also short- and long-arm types. The short-arms are thin like extenders, but offer more clearance, while the long-arms have longer sockets so you can reach deeper into a space.

There are even universal long-arms that can convert to either a short or long arm by pivoting one end.

At Harbor Freight Tools, you’ll find ratchet wrenches to fit any need. If you’re working in a smaller space, then get one of our mini ratcheting wrenches. They’re just 6-inches and have a 4-tooth gear for precision work.

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There are also long-reach versions that have an additional extension to the handle that lets you get into those hard-to-reach places.

Regardless of which ratchet wrench set you choose, you’ll be getting the high-quality and durability that Harbor Freight Tools is known for. For big savings on quality ratcheting wrenches and other innovative tools, come to Harbor Freight Tools.

tip: Don’t overpay for brand name tools. In fact, most mechanics and weekend warriors get by with our tools because they’re just as good as the name brands, but save you a lot of money.

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