Utility equipment: In a compact package, Lowell's new 100 TDE Dual End Ratchet Wrench gives high line utility workers six different socket sizes combined to handle a variety of common pole fasteners, lag bolts and C clamps. The wrench has a ratcheting socket at one end and a ratcheting box at the other.
The new wrench measures only 8" long, has a handle that's only 1/2" thick, and weighs only 1-1/4 lbs. But there's nothing lightweight about the tool's turning power. Engineered for tough duty, the wrench features double ratchet tooth engagement for added strength and can generate the kind of torque a lineman needs. For work in tight spots, the socket end only requires an 11º swing while the gear end requires only a 12º swing.
The ratcheting socket end of the wrench provides four sizes: 3/4", 13/16" 1", and 1-1/8". The other end has two hex sizes: 9/16" and 3/4". The latter will also turn 5/8" square nuts. It will fit most common holsters.
The socket is made of cast-iron for durability. Both the socket and the ergonomic handle grip are painted fluorescent orange for easy visibility and tracking.
A bolt-thru feature allows long bolts and threaded rods to pass completely through the wrench head. A large control lever on each end makes reversing easy.
Lowell guarantees the sockets and handle of the 100TDE wrench against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from date of delivery under normal usage and with prescribed maintenance.
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