- Set contains: 3/8"x7/16" (Ace No. 25915), 7/16"x1/2" (Ace No. 25916), 5/8"x9/16" (Ace No. 25917), 7/8"x3/4" (Ace No. 25918), 15/16"x1" (Ace No. 26008)
- Pro series
- Chrome vanadium steel
- Drop forged
- Heat treated
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- Works Effectively
- No 1316"
- Package not useful
- In vehicle tool kit
Comments about ACE HARDWARE Ace® 5 Piece SAE Open End Wrench Set:
Basic end wrenches like these have become hard to find. Box-end wrenches or sockets are better for normal shop use, but won't work in all situations. These are ideal for an in-vehicle tool kit for emergency repairs because each wrench fits two sizes...you only have to carry half as many wrenches, saving weight and space. I bought one set for my truck/camper and another for my boat. A motorcycle is another good application, and these are better wrenches than most factory tool kits include. Of course most bikes would need the metric set.
These seem to be good steel, properly heat treated, and sized to close tolerance. (I have found many cheap wrenches to be off in size a bit, sometimes unusably so)
A couple of cons:
There is no 13/16" size...which is what I needed the first roadside emergency where I tried to use these.(lug lock key different size than lug nuts) I wish ACE offered a more complete set. Check carefully what you might need and add singles as required. Also check for places you will need two of the same size when the bolt head and nut are the same. (motorcycle makers tend to be good about avoiding that problem..cars not so much) It could be worse, the metric set has only 8 sizes.
Not so much a con as a gripe: the packaging is useless for anything but store display. It would be better if these came in a canvas roll to keep them together in a tool box..that would be useful and one less thing ending up in a landfill. Even a plastic pouch (like the similar metric set has) would be an improvement.
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