Con­tor­tion­ist ratchet

Old Bike Australasia - - GOOD GEAR -

From GearWrench comes the Quar­ter Inch Drive, Compact Multi-Func­tion Ratchet (MFR) dual-flex head – de­signed to get you into those awk­ward spots that or­di­nary ratchet wrenches can’t. MFR can be locked into 7 dif­fer­ent po­si­tions and un­locked for an­gled ac­cess. With a slim-line quar­ter inch drive on one end and a quar­ter inch hex bit-driver and holder on the other, the MFR will save you time. The GearWrench thumb-wheel al­lows the user to start and turn loose fas­ten­ers with se­ri­ous speed and ac­cu­racy. The MFR has ex­ceeded torque re­quire­ment stan­dards, set by the Amer­i­can So­ci­ety of Me­chan­i­cal En­gi­neers. Along­side the Flex-Head and the thumb-wheel are plenty of fea­tures; a 72-tooth count, quick re­lease drive tool re­ten­tion, and a full pol­ish chrome fin­ish. Avail­able now in two dif­fer­ent sizes and as a part of a kit. ¼” Drive Compact Multi-Func­tion Ratchet 5-¾” – RRP $69 ¼” Drive Long Multi-Func­tion Ratchet 12” – RRP $78 43 Pc. ¼“Drive Multi-Func­tion Ratchet Set – RRP $179 (Set In­cludes: 81018 Compact Ratchet, 81019 Long Ratchet, 4” 1⁄4” Drive ex­ten­sion, 1/4” Drive Sock­ets: 4,5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13mm, Screw­driver Bit Box with 30 Pc.

For more in­for­ma­tion on the en­tire range of GearWrench prod­ucts head to www.gearwrench.com.au

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