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I mean, its a socket and it does its job, but $15 for a socket seems a bit steep when the price of a normal socket is about $3 and ended up having to use this for a few bolts that bolted down the front seats of my suv
Don't use an impact gun to loosen up your seat bolts, 1. it Voids the warranty, 2. you will distroy the head of the bolts with one slip and once y'all mess up the torx, Like trying to get a locking lug nut OFF with out the key, I used an impact adapter ½ to ⅜ and a Breaker bar to Bust Them loose cause DMs have locktight on the thread.
Fit perfectly on the seat bolts of my 2009 E350, and is very strong. I ended up breaking a number of heads of these bolts off because they were too rusted. This tool didn't break or deform, even 250+ foot pounds of torque (24" breaker bar, legs for leverage) and use of an impact wrench.
It seated fully in the bolts, and didn't break under force - what more can you ask?
I guess my van is newer than those reviewing it and there's nothing wrong with the socket and it was delivered quickly- but it isn't the right one for removing the seat brackets from a 2008 E 350 van. Needs to be smaller- it's my own fault for not researching further so I won't give the product less stars- but they must have changed them when they changed the design of the front end, in 2008.