|Item Weight||6.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.6 x 14 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||9416|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||16 Piece Metric|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||16|
|Included Components||8 mm, 9 mm, 10 mm, 11 mm, 12 mm, 13 mm, 14 mm, 15 mm, 16 mm, 17 mm, 18 mm, 19 mm, 20 mm, 21 mm, 22 mm, 24 mm, Wrench rack|
|Warranty||Standard Limited Lifetime|
GEARWRENCH 16 Pc. 12 Point Ratcheting Combination Metric Wrench Set - 9416,Silver
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- 72 tooth ratcheting box end needs a minimal 5° to move fasteners vs. 30° for standard wrenches
- Off corner loading design on box end provides better grip and reduces fastener rounding
- Pass thru technology works down any length of threaded rod and long bolts
- Thin head and beam provide greater access in confined work areas
- Size conveniently stamped on both ends of the beam for quick identification
- Manufactured from alloy steel for better strength and longer tool life
- Bright, full polish chrome finish wipes easily clean to resist rust and corrosion
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The original ratcheting wrench
The ratcheting box end is designed to need as little as 5° to move fasteners vs 30° for a standard wrench. The wrenches are made from alloy steel with bright, full polish finish. The ratcheting box end features off-corner loading for a better grip on the fastener and reduces fastener rounding.
The GEARWRENCH ratcheting wrenches use as little as 5° on the box end to move fasteners versus 30° for standard wrenches.
The off-corner loading design of the GEARWRENCH ratcheting wrenches provides a stronger grip on fasteners, as well as, reduces fastener rounding.
Our pass-through technology allows for fitting the ratcheting box end down over long threaded rods.
The GEARWRENCH combination ratcheting wrenches offer a faster way to remove and install fasteners allowing you to get the job done quicker.
XL ratcheting wrenches have a longer beam than our standard wrenches giving more access to recessed fasteners and up to 25% more torque.
Flex & Locking Flex
The GEARWRENCH flex head ratcheting wrenches offer up to 180° movement on the box end. Available in standard and locking flex heads.
Stubby & Stubby Flex
The GEARWRENCH stubby ratcheting wrenches are shrunk down to fit in to confined work spaces where standard length wrenches just will not fit.
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GEARWRENCH original Ratcheting wrenches combine the speed of a ratchet with the access and control of a wrench. They offer the ease of 5 degrees of movement to turn fasteners, versus 30 degrees on standard combination wrenches. The small Ratcheting box end Head design enables access to tight spots where a ratchet won't fit. The open end allows for easier access on tough to reach spots, making jobs go faster and easier. This set is a great addition to any mechanic tools Collection.
Gearwrench combines the speed of a ratchet with the access and control of a wrench with this 16-piece metric set of master ratcheting wrenches (model 9416). They offer the easy of 5 degrees of movement to turn fasteners, versus 30 degrees on standard combination wrenches. The small ratcheting box end head design enables access to tight spots where a ratchet won't fit. The open end allows ratcheting of nuts and bolts without removing the wrench from the fastener, making jobs go faster and easier. This set comes with a wrench locker rack that holds the wrenches in place for easy transport and storage.
What's in the Box
16-piece metric wrench set with molded wrench rack and the following sizes of wrenches:
8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm, 16mm, 17mm, 18mm, 19mm, 20mm, 21mm, 22mm, and 24mm
Since launching the original patented 50 ratcheting wrench, GearWrench has continuously led with breakthroughs in pass-through ratchets, sockets, screw/nut drivers, pliers, and specialty tools. No matter the industry you find yourself in, GearWrench has the tools to fit your needs -- from the precise to the nearly indestructable. GearWrench hand tools are warranted for life to be free of defects in material and workmanship.
9416 16-Piece Metric Master Ratcheting Wrench Set
At a Glance
- 5-degree ratcheting arc
- Sleek head design for access to tight spots
- Surface Drive provides a stronger grip on fasteners and reduces rounding
- Polished chrome finish
- Lifetime warranty
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KOBALT has a higher polish, centered ratchets, color coated with a strip, blue for metric and red for SAE, also an arrow to show which way the ratchet will turn. The ratchets are decent with little play and good teeth, consistent through all of them.
Gearwrench is a toss up. In the set I got, there are three wrenches that I consider to be perfect, 12mm, 14mm, 9/16. The ratchets on these are centered, no play at all, with strong, fine teeth. These are clearly superior to the kobalt. But then I have three, 13mm, 16mm, 5/8, that are terrible. The ratchets are not centered, wobble to much play, rattle like a can, and the teeth are gritty and one feels like the ratcheting system barely engages the teeth. The rest are somewhere in between.
I'm keeping my kobalt set and returning these. The kobalt have good QC and are consistent with one another and if I have problems, lowes is down the street.
Also the gearwrench does not come with holders. Kobalt does. That's about $10 value
However, I would never recommend anyone buy them in this form; the packaging was Horrible. Instead of a roll-up tool holder, or something useful that could be used to store the tools, what you get is probably retail display anti-theft packaging that nearly cost me a finger. Wrenches are covered with two strips of heavy plastic about 1/2" wide, riveted to the base not just at the ends, but between each wrench. I could not get even one wrench started, so resorted to tearing the strip into short pieces with a large pair of Vice-Grips. Took 20 minutes or more, and had I not been wearing heavy leather gloves I could easily have cut my finger to the bone; the 1/2" cover strip is tapered at the edges, and sharp. Shame on GearWrench for this terrible packaging.
The wrenches are comfortable in the hand and I've never had a problem with using them. I much prefer the feel of them over my coworker's MAC set and they're at least on par with the feel of my other coworker's Snap-on set, plus neither of them are ratcheting.
I would definitely recommend these to anyone who needs a good wrench set. They're comfortable, easy to use, and have stayed strong over months of absolutely nonstop use and abuse. That, coupled with Gearwrench being a Craftsman brand, mean that if they ever do somehow break, mean that these can be warrantied out anytime at any Sears and most Advance Auto Parts as well. Absolute 5/5, I'm incredibly satisfied with these wrenches.
I've used / borrowed Snap-on tools from friends - different league to this GearWrench stuff.
The GearWrench ratchet quality / feel varies from one wrench to the next with these, some stiff and/ or jerky, some very loose - an indicator of less than top quality IMO. There are visible toolmarks on the jaws of the open end, some dings and chips generally, and the quality of the chrome finish could be better.
I have wrenches made by Craftsman (old) and Tekton (recent). The old craftsmen are definitely superior to GearWrench, and the Tekton have a much better finish. Can't speak to the Durability of Tekton or GearWrench yet, need a few years of use on them.
Bottom line is that if Snap-on are rated as 5 for a benchmark, then I would score old Craftsman 4, Tekton 4, and these GearWrench 3.
OK for the $, but don't expect anywhere near Snap-on.
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And the ratchet mechanism works smooth. How tough? If i dont have no more complain, it means they are build strong
The holder doesn't hold the wrenches when mounted vertically, so had to buy an aftermarket one.