Crescent 11 Pc. Pass-Thru X6 Black Oxide Adjustable Wrench and Spline Socket Set – CPTAW8

 Crescent 11 Pc. Pass-Thru X6 Black Oxide Adjustable Wrench and Spline Socket Set - CPTAW8 Brand Crescent

Color:Black Versatile fastening tool offers user multiple fastening options in a single tool design. Traditional 8” adjustable wrench with laser etched SAE/MM scales and wide jaw opening Pass-thru reversible ratcheting system works over long threaded rod where normal ratchets and sockets won’t fit.

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  • Versatile fastening tool offers user multiple fastening options in a single tool design
  • Traditional 8 in adjustable wrench with laser etched SAE/MM scales and wide jaw opening
  • Pass thru reversible ratcheting system works over long threaded rod where normal ratchets and sockets will not fit
  • Universal design fits 6 fastener types (hex, square, 12pt, E-torx, partially rounded hex, spline)

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Review

  • Crescent had always been my go to brand for adjustable wrenches, this set however has me wondering what is happening. First off, the jaw on the wrench is floppy. It not only has the typical adjustable wrench wiggle, but they added more wiggle. It has only about 3/32″ of contact between the jaw and the body. The actual tenon that for in the body is not tight either like my other wrenches. This all combines for a jaw side to side movement of about an 1/8″. I won’t even go into other details about just poor offset grinding and lineup. I will close on this with saying that being a tool and die maker, I am seriously considering making my own replacement jaw for this. Second, guessing that this ratchet is the same as the 4 in 1 wrenches, we will see how long this lasts. Oh, experience level. I am not only a mechanic in the Navy and a machinist by trade before that, but I also run a small machine shop on the side. I have added this to replace my normal adjustable in my leg tool pouch to do quick repairs.
  • I purchased this product as soon as it was available; I was not disappointed. i have used crescent wrench more times as the reversible pipe wrench than anything. nothing like being in a cistern well or in the field repairing a spigot for the chickens (-or whatever else), and being either short on torque on your pliers, or no vice grips; unless crawling out and heading back to the truck. the ability to crank the adjustable all the way out and flip it to have a portable/light weight pipe wrench is a savior.the sockets are great too: one way SAE/standard, the other metric; AND made so sliding over a longer bolt and no need for a deep socket; AND cogged/notched for every possible bolt, 6point, 12point, box head, inverted torx, and the weird star bit that seems to wind up on every GM, Ford, Dodge, VW/Audi,-et.al. that even a trip to the parts store leaves you mumbling, “either specialty tool from SnapOn, the dealer for more than its worth,- or i’ll just torch it off!”this tool definitely would have replaced the original Crescent that went into CL’s toolbag for the trip around the world.AND!! adding that APEX Tool Group (thru amazon purchase) is AMAZING customer service. when I first got the product I was happy, but the amazon box had a hole, and the 7/16″/11mm was missing; so I contacted amazon, waited months, and still did not care (as I had a cool tool). reached out to Apex/ATG and mentioned the lost socket, and asked if I could purchase one to complete my set, and Debbie at customer service emails and says, “we have a rep sending you a new one.” WOW! the tool(s) are still in my portable tool kit I carry on my rig, and I use them nearly daily. great tools, great product, great service. thank you Crescent, Amazon, and Apex for carrying this.
  • Made in China.Quality is not so good. Sharp edges and paint easily scratched. Few Socket falls off the plastic case when you turn it upside down.
  • My husband was watching a YouTube video of someone building a deck when he saw this tool in action. He mentioned he really wanted it, so I sneakily purchased it for his birthday. He absolutely loves it. It’s much better than other socket wrenches because the screw can go through the socket.
  • I love this wrench so much I bought two. I work in a machine shop as a mechanic and I’ve used this wrench for just about every task I’ve needed to accomplish. Stud removal, air line installs, machine repair, and so many other things I don’t have time to list. Sure the pipe wrench is a little small, but it serves a specific need in my job. The pass through wratchet is nice for those longer bolts where there is limited access and the adjustable wrench takes care of the odd or random jobs that come up. Definitely worth the money and one of my go to tools
  • Love combo tool designs for kit tool roles in vehicles and special kits. I had the chance recently to use the crescent wrench and sockets. The crescent wrench is excellent with markings on the jaws for exact sizing. The nuts however have a nonstandard fitting into the crescent wrench. It worked just fine but found it difficult to use without an extension. Since it has a proprietary connection, not any extender will work. Great combo tool but only 3 stars since its not interchangeable with other tools.
  • This fell apart the very first time we used it. Retainer ring on ratchet snapped off and little pieces fell off everywhere. Unfortunately we didn’t use it right away and it was past the return date to send it back. Seller suggested we try the manufacturer’s warranty, but it is difficult to track down this information. Total waste of money!
  • I keep one of these in the car in case of emergencies. It doesn’t completely eliminate the need for a whole socket set, but contains enough for most common jobs. Quality is great and I have not had any issues with the ratchet in high torque applications.

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