GearWrench expands 120XP Ratcheting Wrench line

GearWrench 120XP Universal Spline XL Ratcheting Wrenches are now available in 11 larger sizes, ranging from 20MM to 24MM and 13/16” to 1-1/4”.

Sparks, Maryland — August 5, 2015 — GearWrench has announced the availability of 11 new open stock combination ratcheting wrenches to its 120XP Universal Spline XL Ratcheting Wrench line.

The company’s 120XP Universal Spline XL Ratcheting Wrenches have double-stacked pawls that deliver 120 positions and a three-degree swing arc. They also have a narrow ratchet-end width and thickness, allowing technicians to reach fasteners in tight clearance situations.

In addition, the 120XP Universal Spline XL Ratcheting Wrenches feature a beam design that’s longer for greater reach in confined areas. The open end is narrower and both ends have reduced outside dimensions. GearWrench says this makes this tool a must-have for working on fasteners in cramped locations.

A statement from the company says  the Universal Spline drive design means technicians need only one tool to work on several different style fasteners, including: spline, 12-point, 6-point, e-torx, square and rounded 6-point. Dual Direction Surface Drive on the open end provides better grip and reduces fastener rounding.

Both sides of each wrench have highly visible, recessed colour size markings to help technicians easily identify the correct wrench to get jobs done quickly. All 120XP Universal Spline XL Ratcheting Wrenches exceed ASME performance requirements.

End users can now purchase the following new 120XP Universal Spline XL Combination Ratcheting Wrench sizes:
• SKU 86420: 20mm
• SKU 86421: 21mm
• SKU 86422: 22mm
• SKU 86424: 24mm
• SKU 86442: 13/16”
• SKU 86443: 7/8”
• SKU 86444: 15/16”
• SKU 86445: 1”
• SKU 86446: 1-1/16”
• SKU 86447: 1-1/8”
• SKU 86448: 1-1/4”

“Our new larger-size 120XP Universal Spline Ratcheting Wrenches will help techs get jobs done quicker,” says Jim Stewart, Product Manager for GearWrench. “Having the right tool for the job is key, and these new sizes help make that happen.”

For more information, please visit gearwrench.com.


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