|Item Weight||26.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 15.5 x 4.8 inches|
|Country of Origin||Taiwan|
|Item model number||DWMT81534|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Not Electric Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||205|
|Included Components||(3) Pear Drive Ratchets: (22) 1/4” Drive 6 Point Sockets: (20) 1/4” Drive 6 Point Deep Sockets: (22) 3/8” Drive 6 Point Sockets: (22) 3/8” Drive 6 Point Deep Sockets: (18) 1/2” Drive 6 Point Sockets: (10) Combination Wrenches: (2) 1/4” Drive 3” & 6” Extension Bars: (2) 3/8” Drive 3” & 6” Extension Bars: (3) 3/8” Drive 5/8”, 13/16” Spark Plug Sockets: (1) 3/8” Drive Female to 1/4” Drive Male Adapter: (1) 1/2” Drive 5” Extension Bar: (18) Nut Bits: (28) Hex Keys: (33) Specialty Bits: (1) Bit Driver.|
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||20.5 x 15.5 x 4.8 inches|
|Number Of Pieces||205|
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- Mechanics tool set has 72 tooth count ratchet providing a 5 degree arc swing for maneuverability in restricted areas
- Anti-slip driver handle provides maximum comfort for the mechanics tools
- DEWALT mechanic tool set is housed in a durable carrying case with metal latches
- Full-polish chrome for corrosion resistance
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This 205 piece tool set includes the ratchets and sockets you need for almost any mechanical job. Tool sets for mechanics come with a bit driver, specialty and nut bits, combination wrenches, and hex keys. The set comes in a durable carrying case with metal latches for security. These tools for men are built to meet the demands of hard-working professionals with a full-polish finish that provides corrosion resistance.
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I had narrowed down to this kit, and Craftsmans 220pc set.
At the time they were within around 10 bucks of each other.
The reason Dewalts case sold me, was 72 tooth ratchets, and all 6 pt sockets.
The Craftsmans kit has 45tooth ratchets, and 12 and 6 point sockets.
I have always preferred 6pt sockets, and finer teeth makes for less swing in tight areas.
Sometimes that really matters.
I also like the Dewalt fat handle design. Its easy to find thin tapered handles, or bi-material, but hard
to find heavy thick handles.
The Craftsman kit does have quick release ratchets, but honestly, I am indifferent.
As far as the case goes, mine is fine. Quite robust actually. Not really sure who'd call this flimsy.
When opening, the letters face up. Like always.
Both brands are made over seas now, and have lifetime warranties, so that is a wash to me.
My only complaint would be my 1/4 in ratchet was real "crisp" feeling. Like it may have had some grit in the teeth, or just wasn't oiled from the factory.
It loosened up, but works better now after a blast of WD40.
I consider this an upper tier consumer grade set(not).
Update: 1/4 in drive went back to its old ways. Def has a "square" spot in it. That bothers me.
What bothers me more is there isn't a proper hex included to open and inspect the ratchets! At least not in my set. That itself merits a star reduction.
Lastly, the 1/2 in drive is set NOT a 72 tooth. I finally slow counted clicks over and over and got 36. Rereading the sales description, gives the impression ALL ratchets are 72.
Still an ok set, but maybe not as good as I originally thought.
This is my last update.
After doing a water pump change, these ratchets finally got the best of me.
I dug and scrounged and found an old junky gas station pocket multi-driver, that had the proper
size bit for opening these ratchets up for inspection.
1st observation: Zero lubrication. None. Nada. Not even the tiniest light film. Nothing. Dry.
I normally use a grease designed for fishing reels, but I couldn't find my bottle, so I used a dollop of
STP in each ratchet.
My test, that infuriated my dad, is to hold an extension, and spin them like party favor noise makers.
If grease and that motion, don't smooth them out, they're garbage.
1/4 drive: smoothed out. It doesn't have that "catch" and "grab" feeling every 30 or 40 clicks.
Knock on wood, it seems good.
3/8 drive: It always felt smooth, although it occasionally reversed direction on me doing the water pump. Now, it barely makes a sound (I accidentally over greased it), and is smooth as butter.
1/2 drive: For whatever reason, presto! It now clicks 72 times! I guess the rocker inside was stuck, don't know.
Popping some water pump bolts free didn't help it, but the STP did. It seems to be fine now. I actually miss the solid 36click sounds now! The 72 clicks sounds weaker, lol. Time will tell. Guess I got used to the louder clicks.
My opinion of this set hasn't changed.
When I buy a set of tools, my first mechanic action should NOT be to repair the tools themselves. That is ridiculous.
For those who want to attempt opening these and greasing them, be very careful not to loose the little spring. I can see that easily happening. Work over a magnetic tray. The 1/4 drive can be tricky since the parts are so tiny inside, but it is doable in just a few minutes. Don't just jerk it apart. Hold the selector in with one hand from behind, and ease the mechanism up little at a time.
By Isaiah M. on May 22, 2019
By Scott L. on July 19, 2018
-The toolset is pretty heavy, but a general rule of thumb is that quality and weight usually run harmoniously with each-other, so this is not a big deal.
-It does not have the attachment adapter for a drill or impact driver for the largest sockets, but it does come with an adaptor for the smaller two sizes.
-They are not impact rated, but I think that they will hold up for a battery-powered impact driver (I use a Greenworks 24V impact driver, I will include a link for my review of this product from Amazon.)
-It has a very good, solid, well-built case that should last a lot longer than our Allen Wrench socket set, whose case fell apart. The case is made with a premium composite plastic material that looks and feels durable.
-The hinges and latches are well made and should last a long time.
-All of the tools are made professionally and nothing seems like it was poorly engineered.
-All of the sockets, wrenches, and ratchets are well built.
-lifetime guarantee with free replacement which is a perk.
Time will tell and I will update my review if something goes wrong, but these products work very well and I am not ashamed to have them in my toolbox. The Pros outweighted the Cons and the only way that I would not recommend this would be if you work repeatedly with high-powered air-powered impact guns. I would highly recommend this toolset to anyone who needs a solid set of wrenches and sockets for their garage or shop. Please like my review if it was helpful. Thanks!
link from Amazon for 24V Greenworks Impact Driver which I use and think is a great bargain:
By snazzzzzz on February 10, 2019
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Even though this kits has this fault I'm still happy with this purchase.