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Gearwrench Tool Catalog Review
 
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Here I am going over the gearwrench electronic tool catalog. I hope you all enjoyed. If you did Please LIKE, Comment, and Subscribe. Thank you all for your support!! Tools I Suggest: Tekton Pry Bar Set - http://amzn.to/2qDGIG3 Tekton Oil Filter Pliers - http://amzn.to/2pSbTdS Tekton USA Screwdrivers - http://amzn.to/2plqUE5 Tekton Impact Adapters - http://amzn.to/2pScb4u Tekton Impact Driver - http://amzn.to/2qbcZV5 Tekton Metric Stubby Wrench Set - http://amzn.to/2pSgyg0 Tekton Snap Ring Pliers - http://amzn.to/2pSjAAV Tekton Cold Punch and Chisel Set - http://amzn.to/2p7XRrA Tekton Impact Extensions - http://amzn.to/2pS8Ulz Tekton USA Slip Joint Pliers - http://amzn.to/2pScXi7 Tekton 3/8 Torque Wrench - http://amzn.to/2qMEPE6 Tekton Automatic Center Punch - http://amzn.to/2r1xS5n Tekton USA Plier Set - http://amzn.to/2qbfkiM Tekton Metric and SAE Wrench Set - http://amzn.to/2qbr4lk Gearwrench Serpentine Belt Tool - http://amzn.to/2p7USze Gearwrench 3/8 Impact Socket Set - http://amzn.to/2pS9pfu Gearwrench Panel Popper Set - http://amzn.to/2pSfJ6X Gearwrench Indexing Pry Bars W/ Free Double X Pliers - http://amzn.to/2rJXDak Gearwrench 120XP Flex Ratchet Set - http://amzn.to/2pRpRyG Gearwrench 120XP Solid Ratchet Set - http://amzn.to/2sfaaAi Gearwrench 120XP Cushion Grip Ratchet Set - http://amzn.to/2rpOljo Gearwrench Roto Ratchet Set - http://amzn.to/2pSnLi1 Gearwrench Flare Nut Wrench Set - http://amzn.to/2qNmd70 Gearwrench Flex Wrench Set - http://amzn.to/2rcfiXj Gearwrench Deep Offset Wrench Set - http://amzn.to/2seQ9d9 Gearwrench ¼ Extension Set – http://amzn.to/2qCcQ9C Gearwrench 3/8 Extension Set – http://amzn.to/2rpXY1E Gearwrench ½ Extension Set - http://amzn.to/2qCe4le Gearwrench Master Screwdriver Set - http://amzn.to/2pShiS9 Gearwrench 8PC Green Screwdriver Set - http://amzn.to/2rsqXTk Gearwrench 8PC Orange Screwdriver Set - http://amzn.to/2qq8zWL Gearwrench Pivot Force Plier Set - http://amzn.to/2r9CV3i Gearwrench Hook and Pick Set - http://amzn.to/2qb6lhE Gearwrench Plier Set - http://amzn.to/2pSitkI Gearwrench Skinny Handle Plier Set - http://amzn.to/2r9xnFI Gearwrench Scraper Set - http://amzn.to/2pSpYI8 Gearwrench Master Hex and Torx Set - http://amzn.to/2qbt3pM Gearwrench Double X Pliers - http://amzn.to/2qDrdxU Gearwrench 120XP ¼ Socket Set - http://amzn.to/2pSflFB Gearwrench Flex Sockets - http://amzn.to/2qDy36l Gearwrench 120 XP 3/8 Socket Set - http://amzn.to/2pRmJmD Gearwrench Pass Thru Socket Set - http://amzn.to/2qMP1MU Gearwrench Swivel Impact Socket Set - http://amzn.to/2pm7rmL Gearwrench Tap and Die - http://amzn.to/2pTg2OZ Gearwrench Body Clip Pliers - http://amzn.to/2p8AAG3 Gearwrench Pickle Fork Set - http://amzn.to/2rwhCHh Gearwrench Oil Filter Pliers - http://amzn.to/2qSK443 Gearwrench Spark Plug Socket Set - http://amzn.to/2qNndbg Gearwrench Drum Brake Tools - http://amzn.to/2r6P2iG Astro Drum Brake Tools - http://amzn.to/2sIcFLD OEM Tools Drum Brake Set - http://amzn.to/2s8OEjO Dewalt Impact Bit Set - http://amzn.to/2pS0MDI Dewalt Extension Set - http://amzn.to/2p8t6mj Dewalt Bit Set - http://amzn.to/2qc5wVS Dewalt ½ Impact DCF880 Kit - http://amzn.to/2rgKLIs Dewalt ¼ Impact DCF887 Kit - http://amzn.to/2qA6lDx Dewalt ¼ Impact Driver - http://amzn.to/2pOglvN Dewalt 192 PC Socket Set - http://amzn.to/2qNp0NH Dewalt Nut Driver Set - http://amzn.to/2qP2TFC Dewalt Ratcheting T Handle Set - http://amzn.to/2qDWUHo Knipex Pliers - http://amzn.to/2pS1wZN OEM Oil Filter Socket Set - http://amzn.to/2pUvoVa FloTool Drain Pan - http://amzn.to/2pUWQlz Jegs Screwdriver Set - http://amzn.to/2qWP5cp Matco / Witte Screwdriver Set - http://amzn.to/2q3ItK1 Craftsman Pry Bar Set - http://amzn.to/2q4edyK BA9 Battery Tester - http://amzn.to/2pwYmaA Irwin Wire Stripper - http://amzn.to/2qoU49k WEN Dremel - http://amzn.to/2q3ZbZP Lang Brake Caliper Tool - http://amzn.to/2q3XxqW Tekton Double Box End Wrench Set – http://amzn.to/2qsOBi3 EZ Red Metric Double Box End Wrench Set – http://amzn.to/2pl6gba EZ Red SAE Double Box End Wrench Set - http://amzn.to/2pld0ps Camera Micover - http://amzn.to/2pGrCvF Milwaukee Striking Screwdriver Set - http://amzn.to/2qGdi9N Ingersoll Rand 118MAXK Air Hammer - http://amzn.to/2rm5Bad Ingersoll Rand 302BK Die Grinder Set - http://amzn.to/2rVocqu OEM Vise Grips - http://amzn.to/2qhluP3 OEM Inner Tie Rod Tool - http://amzn.to/2s0fpno Klutch Impact Adapter Set - http://amzn.to/2rdHmI3
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Craftsman USA Ratchet History: Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel)
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This video features the USA made Craftsman Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel). These ratchets were first created by Moore Drop Forge (MDF). While few in number, very early examples will have the =V= logo, which is synonymous of MDF created Craftsman branded ratchets before being purchased/absorbed by the Eastern Stainless Steel Corporation (Easco) in ~1967. After this point, the Quick Release Ratchets would be branded by the -V- logo. The Craftsman Quick Release Ratchets were available in the Sears Catalog from 1967-1993, as a nearly a complete family. In general, this family of ratchets had the longest run (26 years) in the Sears Catalog and at physical Sears stores. No other Craftsman ratchet was able to achieve longevity in both catalog and store presence. These ratchets sport a variable geared drive system depending on what ratchet you use. The 1/2" sported a 32 tooth gear with a 2 tooth engagement per side pawl. The 3/8" & 1/4" sported 24 tooth gears with a 2 tooth engagement per side pawl. This difference in drive was common for the era and moving backward in the timeline. The 1/2" Drive 15" Long Breaker Bar Ratchet was discontinued after 1980 in the Sears Catalog. Interestingly, the Flex Heads outlasted the standard 3 sizes up until 1997 within the Sears Catalog. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 44985 3/8” = 43784 1/4" = 43175 [w/ OP] & 43186 [w/o OP] 1/2" Flex Head = 44984 3/8" Flex Head = 42793 1/2" Drive 15" Long Breaker Bar Ratchet = 44976 [Notice: OP = Oil Port] Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 43447 3/8” = 43437 1/4” = 43427 [NOTICE: The 1/2" & 3/"8 Flex Head as well as the 1/2" Drive 15" Long Breaker Bar Ratchet use the same repair kits as the standard ratchets of the corresponding size.] If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: 3208318 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 4466 Gear Wolf
What Does $120 in GearWrench Tools Look Like?
 
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https://www.youtube.com/BigDog50001 (Please subscribe and check out my channel for more repair videos!). Want a free Big Dog50001 sticker? Send an email to [email protected] requesting a sticker, don't forget to include your mailing address (no, I won't give your name/address to anyone). Sorry, no international addresses. In this video I show you what $120 in GearWrench Tools looks like. GearWrench 80550F from Amazon: https://goo.gl/mKnx9D GearWrench 80550F from JB Tools: https://goo.gl/3u6E9o Have something you would like to send to Big Dog50001? Send it here: Epidemic Entertainment P.O. Box 726 Cortaro, AZ 85652 2017 Epidemic Entertainment. All rights reserved. Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of the Big Dog50001 Automotive Channel, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. The Big Dog50001 Automotive Channel assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. The Big Dog50001 Automotive Channel recommends safe practices when working with power tools, in on or around automobiles or other vehicles, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, automotive modules and systems, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of the Big Dog50001 Automotive Channel, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not the Big Dog50001 Automotive Channel.
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: Premium Grade Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! These ratchets were made by the Apex Group under the umbrella corporation Danaher. This video features the USA made Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchets, which were offered through Sears stores, digital Sears Catalog (phone order), and the sears.com website from 2010 through the middle of 2015. The Premium Grade Ratchets were likely the "swan song" of the Craftsman brand. In many respects they remind me of the Pontiac G8 GXP offered only in 2008-2009. Likening the Craftsman brand to Pontiac, they both suffered from quality, warranty, reliability, and other reputation issues before their demise in the USA. As if having one last "hurrah" before the closing their operations in America, they attempted to display what they could achieve if they tried. What makes the Premium Grade Ratchets special within the Craftsman timeline is that they exemplify the absolute mastery of a concept. At the sacrifice of the venerable and useful quick release feature, the customer received the following: - Highest gear & pawl tooth count/engagement - Smallest arc swing - Longest ratchet body pattern to improve torque - Finest full polish chrome platting versus predecessors - Significantly improved ergonomics - Thinnest mechanism housing - Strongest metallurgy materials & practices Significant time and care went into creating these ratchets. Metallurgy and process philosophies used on cheaper US made Craftsman branded could not be used for the Premium Grade Ratchets. Given this, the cost was significantly higher when compared to a majority of the Craftsman branded ratchets that coexisted with the Premiums at the time. On average they were 4x more expensive than every typical Craftsman ratchet, except for the "Next Generation" Thin Profile Craftsman ratchet, where it was only 2x as expensive. Despite all of the positive features included in the Premium Grade Ratchets, reputations of both Sears and Craftsman were already suffering. Customer confidence was waning. There was little fanfare for the Premium Grade Ratchets. Customers likely didn't know about their existence or didn't trust Sears/Craftsman, given historic discontinuation of "Premium" grade tools. This gave customers little incentive to buy, and to make matters worse, early iterations of the Premium Grade were plagued by gear/pawl engagement issues. Unfortunately, after a brief 5-6 year product life, these ratchets were discontinued in mid-2015. Customer concerns over this product's longevity were warranted. When it came to the "Lifetime Guarantee", Sears wouldn't warranty products they no longer sold. Typically, the expensive "Premium", "Professional", & "Industrial" products were the 1st to get the ax. This was no exception. The "swan song" was a flop. The Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchets sport a 84 tooth gear and unique curved pawl that is specific to the gear set. There are derivatives of this gear/pawl system that have higher tooth counts, such as those found in Matco & Armstrong 88 tooth gear/pawl sets, that will fit within the Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchet; however, you must do a complete component swap. In its essence, the Craftsman Premium Grade ratchets were redesigned Matco & Armstrong ratchets with 4 less teeth in the gear. Compared to them, the Craftsman Premium Grades were 1/2 the price. These were 100% made in the USA with no foreign made derivatives. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 25482 3/8” = 2548 1/4” = 25479 Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 2887 3/8” = 2886 1/4” = 28859 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 6157 Gear Wolf
One way bearing
 
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I found this bearing in a electric bike motor and think it's a interesting design.
Views: 41424 Andreas Hölldorfer
Renold Trapped Roller Clutch
 
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Renold manufacture a wide range of Freewheel devices. These include Sprag, Trapped Roller and Ball-Bearing types, either as standard catalogue products, or customised designs to your exact requirements. We offer a complete range of high quality, trapped roller clutches which have three basic operations, overrunning, Indexing, and Backstopping.
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My New GearWrench Socket Sets- First Impressions
 
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Just showing you guys my new sockets for work. Sorry for the bad audio. Droids suck
Views: 24513 Larkin Matteson
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Craftsman USA Ratchet History: Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid)
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This video features the USA made Craftsman "Intermediate" Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid). This is a name I have assigned for lack of a better one. These ratchets were designed and created by Moore Drop Forge (MDF). The "Intermediate" Ratchets were available in the Sears Catalog from 1967-1969, as a complete family from start to finish. It is probable that this ratchet line was exclusively offered through the Sears Catalog and not available through stores. The "Intermediates" find themselves in-between the Craftsman "Butterfly" Selector Ratchet and the "Quick Release" (QR) Ratchet in terms of their design evolution. "Intermediates" use the same general gear/pawl system found in both the aforementioned ratchet families; however, they do not have the QR feature but use the "lo-profile" selector found on the QR ratchets. The "Intermediates" were likely created to answer some of the problems associated with the "Long Lever" and "Butterfly" Selector Craftsman ratchets that preceded them: maintenance access problems, selector reliability, and higher profile issues that interfere with access to tight spaces. Interestingly, the "Intermediates" were released at the same time as the venerable Craftsman QR ratchets. This is likely due to the fact that the "Intermediates" were in production prior to Sears buying the rights to the QR design from Peter Roberts back in the early-mid 1960s, and Sears was seeking to liquidate their stock. My hypothesis is that once the QR rights were available for Sears to integrate into the newly designed "Intermediate", having the "Intermediates" as their own line didn't make business sense. All sizes and types were completely removed from the Sears Catalog in 1969. This was atypical for Sears. Ratchet families that were discontinued for individual sale often found themselves included in multi-piece tool sets/kits for a year to several years after their discontinuation. This did not happen with the "Intermediates". Given this short product lifespan, it is likely that the "Intermediate" Ratchet family is the RAREST Craftsman branded ratchet family post-WW2. These ratchets sport a variable geared drive system depending on what ratchet you use. The 1/2" sported a 32 tooth gear with a 2 tooth engagement per side pawl. The 3/8" & 1/4" sported 24 tooth gears with a 2 tooth engagement per side pawl. This difference in drive was common for the era and moving backward in the timeline. The "Intermediates" share the same exact gear/pawl philosophies for their respective sizes. US Patent Des 186189 is likely the progenitor of what would evolve into the concept of what Sears would dub the "lo-profile" selector found on these ratchets as well as their successors, the QR. The following ratchets were available: 1/2” 3/8” 1/4" 1/2" Flex Head 3/8" Flex Head 1/2" Drive 15" Long Breaker Bar Ratchet [NOTICE: There were NO product numbers branded on these ratchets] Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 4498 3/8” = 4478 1/4” = ?? [NOTICE: The 1/2" & 3/"8 Flex Head as well as the 1/2" Drive 15" Long Breaker Bar Ratchet use the same repair kits as the standard ratchets of the corresponding size.] An interesting fact is that the "Butterfly" Selector Ratchets and the "Intermediates" share a repair kit. Parts for both and their respective derivatives were found in the same kit. If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: Des 186189 If you would like to read more about the history of this ratchet family feel free to check out "Craftsman's Lost Ratchet History: The Story of the "Intermediate" Ratchet": http://www.garagejournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=314063 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 1463 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: Long Lever & Butterfly Selector Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel)
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This video features the USA made Craftsman community named “Long Lever” (LL) & Sears named “Butterfly” (aka "Flying V") Selector Ratchets. These ratchets were made by Moore Drop Forge. The LLs were offered for individual sale in the physical Sears Catalog from 1957 through 1958; however, they persisted until 1962 as being obtainable through different tool kits found within the same catalog. The "Butterfly" selector ratchets were offered through the physical Sears Catalog from 1959 through 1966. It is not known how long either ratchet set persisted in Sears stores, but it is likely that their availability corresponded with the Sears Catalog to a degree as store inventories were depleted. These ratchets sport a variable geared drive system depending on what ratchet you use. This difference in drive was common for the era and moving backward in the timeline. The "Butterfly" Selector (aka "Flying V") 1/2" ratchet sported a 32 tooth gear with a 2 tooth engagement per side pawl. The 3/8" & 1/4" "Butterfly" Selector (aka "Flying V") ratchets sported 24 tooth gears with a 2 tooth engagement per side pawl. The "Long Lever" 1/2" ratchet sported a unique 40 tooth gear with a 2 tooth engagement per side crescent moon shaped pawl. The 3/8" sported a 32 tooth gear & 1/4" "Long Lever" ratchets sported a 24 tooth gear. Both had the same 2 tooth engagement per side crescent moon shaped pawl as the 1/2" drive. While these ratchets did have an inventory number within the Sears Catalog, it was not imprinted on the ratchets. Sears often used same inventory numbers for corresponding ratchets regardless of their specific pedigree during this time frame. Below I will simply list what was available for each type of ratchet available in this video rather than list these inventory numbers to avoid confusion. "Long Lever" Selector Ratchets only included the standard 3 sizes: 1/2” 3/8” 1/4” "Butterfly" Selector Ratchets included all common types and sizes: 1/2” 3/8” 1/4" 1/2" Flex Head 3/8" Flex Head 1/2" Drive 15" Long Breaker Bar Ratchet 3/8" Spinner Ratchet [NOTICE: The 1/2" & 3/"8 Flex Head, 1/2" Drive 15" Long Breaker Bar Ratchet, & 3/8" Spinner Ratchet within the "Butterfly" Ratchet family use the same repair kits as the standard ratchets of the corresponding size.] It is not known at this time if repair kits were available for the LL; however, there were hybrid repair kits that did include repair pieces for the "Butterfly" Selector Ratchet. Repair kits that included "Butterfly" Selector pieces: 1/2” = 4498 3/8” = 4478 1/4” = 4483 [NOTICE: The 1/2" & 3/"8 Flex Head as well as the 1/2" Drive 15" Long Breaker Bar Ratchet use the same repair kits as the standard ratchets of the corresponding size.] If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: Des 185651 Des 186189 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 2379 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: Round Head Fine Tooth Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! This video features the USA made Craftsman Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets. The RHFT ratchet series were made by Easco up until the company was acquired by the Danaher Corporation in the early 1990s. While these do feature the same basic design as the LL/Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. RP), the Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. RP), and even the Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. RP) from the neck down, the ratchet's head as well as mechanism are completely novel to this specific ratchet. This series shares nothing else with other ratchets other than the I-beam style neck and raised panel handle. Uniquely, the RHFT series ratchets were launched in 1970 without offering the 1/4" size, where the 1/4" would first be offered in 1971. The Flex head variants were first offered in 1978 only in 3/8" and 1/2" right up until they were no longer for sale. The RHFT series saw its final days being offered in a 2008 Craftsman digital online catalog. Despite having a 38 year run within the Craftsman timeline, I did not award this particular ratchet with a "longevity" award as I did with the Quick Release (3rd Gen. RP), which had a 26 year run. This is due to the fact the RHFT was offered as a Sears Catalog / online, when it became available, exclusive. The Quick Release (3rd Gen. RP) was actually physically present at Sears stores, whereas the RHFT was not available in stores. Although these ratchets are very popular among professionals, DIY, and collectors, they don't have the prominence they could have had due to their almost ethereal exclusivity. RHFT 1/2" has 45 tooth gear w/ 3 tooth engagement per side per pawl (2x pawls are working together at the same time) This affords the 1/2" drive 4 degrees arc swing. RHFT 3/8" has a 41T gear (~4.4 degrees of arc swing) and 1/4" has a 35T gear (~5.1 degrees of arc swing). Among the different sizes, the arc swing increase was negligible. Given the refinement of the mechanism and the fact that the ratchet has 2 independent pawls working together at the same time, different tooth counts for each respective size ratchet realistically had negligible differences in ease of use from one another. The Craftsman RHFT ratchet series were known to be as tough as nails, and, for their time, had an extraordinarily refined mechanism. Some owners have said they have NEVER lubed their ratchet in the nearly 4 decades of owning it, and the ratchets still function as if they were new. These factors, ultimately, are why RHFT ratchets are still so lauded to date, and the reason why their prices continue to climb. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 44977 3/8” = 43781 1/4" = 43187 1/2" Flex Head = 44983 3/8" Flex Head = 42794 Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 43446 3/8” = 43436 1/4” = 43426 [NOTICE: 3/8" & 1/2" ratchet repair kits work for their corresponding flex ratchets] If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: 3467231 3532013 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 14365 Gear Wolf
Alligator-PDR tools ratchet handle
 
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Alligator-PDR tools quick ratchet handle is available on all 10 mm and 8 mm diameter tools. Contact us now for more info and catalog: [email protected] www.facebook.com/aligatorpdr/ @Paulius Stankevicius
Views: 418 Alligator PDR
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: BM & Circle K 3/4" Ratchet
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This video features the USA made Craftsman an example from the BM / Circle K 3/4" Ratchet Series that were offered in the Sears Catalog from 1939 to 1951. This particular ratchet was made by the Sherman-Klove Company commonly known as SK. This was the 1st and only USA made 3/4" drive round head ratchet under the Craftsman name. There are 2 derivatives of this particular ratchet under the Craftsman name, where the branded name may be the "underline" Craftsman brand or the double bar Craftsman brand that commonly looks like this: =Craftsman=. There are 2 maker's marks that indicate where ratchet was made at either of SK's owned forges: BM = Brazil Stamping Company: Chicago, Illinois Circle K = SK Parent Plant: Chicago, Illinois The Brazil Stamping Company was a subsidiary of SK in Chicago. The Brazil Stamping Company was to be the parent company of the "Brazil Tools" brand, which more-or-less sold re-branded SK tools to small businesses under its own name, as an "in-house" brand, or to small contracts. SK typically handled the larger contracts and distribution networks. Typically, things flowed down stream from SK to Brazil, since most of the tools in the Brazil library were the exact same as those under the SK brand with a few exceptions. I speculate that the Brazil tool plant was utilized to help SK fulfill its contract with such a large contractor, like Sears, for the Craftsman brand. For its time, the SK round head drive mechanism caused quite a stir in the tool world. While most tools were using 20 to 30 tooth gears with clumsy independent 1 tooth pawls, this uses a 70 tooth gear with a single 4 tooth dual pawl, which was quite remarkable for its time. If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: 2188846 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 957 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! These ratchets were made by the Apex Group under the umbrella corporation Danaher. The video features the USA made Craftsman “Next Generation” Thin Profile Ratchets, which were offered through Sears stores, digital Sears Catalog (phone order), and the sears.com website from 2002 through the end of 2011. The USA made Craftsman “Next Generation” Thin Profile Ratchets sport a 60 tooth gear and unique curved pawl that is specific to the gear set. There are derivatives of this gear/pawl system that have higher tooth counts, such as those found in Matco & Armstrong 88 tooth gear/pawl sets, that will fit within the Craftsman "Next Gen."; however, you must do a complete component swap. Notice the cut off for these being made in the USA was in 2011. There are Taiwanese and Chinese made derivatives that were made at the same time as the USA ratchets were made and continued production several years after the USA production ceased. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 44996 3/8” = 44995 1/4” = 44994 Repair kit numbers for each USA ratchet: 1/2” = 43439 3/8” = 43438 1/4” = 43432 [NOTICE: There are USA, Taiwanese, and Chinese versions of these ratchets. Repair kits are NOT cross compatible due to different machining! Make sure you have the correct kit!] If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: D509717 S 8474351 B2 6065374 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 7301 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: Wrist Ratchet
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This ratchet was created by the Easco Corporation. This unique 1/4" ratchet was available in the Sears Catalog from 1985 through 1994. Maintenance is incredibly easy; however, losing any of the 3 pieces that drive the selector would render the device completely useless. When maintaining, be very ginger about removing the drive from the gear housing (the handle part). Repair kits for this ratchet are not available. Damage to the gear, selector, or the drive shaft warrant total product replacement. Product number for the Wrist Ratchet: 1/4” = 43801 Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 1/4” = NA If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: 4529071 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 478 Gear Wolf
Line Seiki Co., Ltd. Ratchet Counters RS-204
 
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This is a demonstration movie of Line Seiki(lineseiki.com) ,Ratchet Counters RS-204 series. You can download the catalog of RS-204 series in our website! http://www.lineseiki.com/products/productdetails.aspx?Id=34
Views: 1855 Line Seiki Co., Ltd.
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: BT Ratchet
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! This video features the USA made Craftsman BT ratchet that was offered in the Sears Catalog from 1936 to 1938. This particular ratchets was made by the long defunct Vlchek tool company. This was the 1st serviceable 1/2" drive ratchet under the Craftsman name for the time it was offered in the Sears Catalog. Please notice that a New Britain sourced serviceable 1/2" did exist at the same time frame as the BT, but it was not physically displayed in the catalog. [REFERENCE: Craftsman USA Ratchet History: BE & Circle H Ratchets video] This was one of 5 Craftsman ratchets to feature the "block" style font (usually seen as CRAFTSMAN) for the Craftsman brand name: 1/2" C-97, 3/8" CF-87, the 1/2" & 3/8" "Vanadium" branded ratchets, and the BT. Despite Vlchek designing a 3/8" of a similar body design, yet different selector mechanism, the 1/2" was the only Vlchek ratchet sold within the Sears Catalog. The ratchet could be found sold individually and as a part of a set, which was different for the time as most ratchets and other tools sold through Sears were sold in sets/kits. Regrettably, in the 2nd shoot of the history videoI forgot to actually help the viewer find a resource behind the logic for the Maker's Mark or Manufacturer's Code. You can find very well written discussion and hypothetical scenario on the Alloy Artifacts website: http://alloy-artifacts.org/craftsman-early-tools.html#mfg-codes Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 910 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: BT Ratchet
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This video features the USA made Craftsman BT ratchet that was offered in the Sears Catalog from 1936 to 1938. This particular ratchet was made by the long defunct Vlchek tool company. This was the 1st serviceable 1/2" drive ratchet under the Craftsman name featured in the Sears Catalog. Please notice that a New Britain sourced serviceable 1/2" did exist at the same time frame as the BT, but it was not physically displayed in the catalog. [REFERENCE: Craftsman USA Ratchet History: BE & Circle H Ratchets video] This was one of 4 Craftsman ratchets to feature the "block" style font (usually seen as CRAFTSMAN) for the Craftsman brand name: 1/2" C-97, 3/8" CF-87, the 1/2" C-98, and 1/2" BT ratchets respectively. Despite Vlchek designing a 3/8" of a similar body design, yet different selector mechanism, the 1/2" was the only Vlchek sourced ratchet sold within the Sears Catalog. The ratchet could be found sold individually and as a part of a set, which was different for the time as most ratchets and other tools sold through Sears were sold in sets/kits. Regrettably, this was the 2nd shoot of the history video, where I forgot to actually help the viewer find a resource behind the logic for the Maker's Mark or Manufacturer's Code. You can find very well written discussion and hypothetical scenario on the Alloy Artifacts website: http://alloy-artifacts.org/craftsman-... Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 640 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: Round Head Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! The Round Head ratchet was made as a joint venture between the Danaher Corporation's Apex Group and the French company Facom. Apex Group created the ratchet body, where Facom made the drive mechanism. This video features the USA made Craftsman Round Head Ratchets, which were offered through Sears stores, digital Sears Catalog (phone order), and the sears.com website from 1994 through the end of 2011. Sears throughout the entire product's life used the name Round Head Ratchet and Non-Fine Tooth Round Head Ratchet interchangeably. The introduction of the "Non-Fine Tooth" aspect of the nomenclature is likely to avoid confusion between it and the true Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Craftsman ratchet, which first made its appearance in the 1970s. The "Round Head" ratchet follows only the principle philosophy that the RHFT does in terms of mechanism travel, where a toothed pawl travels the circumference of the round gear that is physically machined into the ratchet body itself. The "Round Head" has a dramatically different means of achieving this goal. The "Round Head" ratchet's drive mechanism is actually fairly simple being composed of 5 pieces: the retention screw, retention plate, pawl, spring, and socket stud that also doubles as a pawl housing. Despite the fine machining and genius of the mechanism's simplicity, real world execution of the principle goal is less so. My own personal accounts as well as anecdotal ones state that the drive mechanism's selector as vague and not assuring. Also, despite the few pieces and the assumed simplification of reassembly, maintenance can be a chore. When comparing the "Round Head" to the RHFT, the "Round Head" has a significantly less graceful drive mechanism; however, to its advantage the "Round Head" does have a significantly more compact body and drive system profile. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 43176 3/8” = 43175 1/4” = 43174 Repair kit numbers for each USA ratchet: 1/2” = 43445 3/8” = 43435 1/4” = 43425 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 21437 Gear Wolf
Gear Wrench 120XP Ratchets and a few other Tools
 
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I ordered a couple of things while sitting in the hospital waiting for them to gut me and then had to head over to Princess Auto when they set me free before a sale ended.
Views: 1487 Bruce L.
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel)
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! This video features the USA made Craftsman "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel). These ratchets were made on behalf of Sears by the tool company named Moore Drop Forge. The Craftsman "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrenches were available in the Sears Catalog from 1948-1956. Interestingly, these ratchets were offered along side the technologically obsolete Craftsman BE and Circle H Ratchets and the fairly advanced, for their time, Craftsman Circle U Ratchets in the 1948 Sears Catalog. This is likely due to Sears attempting to liquidate their remaining stocks of the Great Depression era and WW2 era tools. These ratchets had two cosmetic variants, which I have generically dubbed: Version 1 & Version 2. Version 1 was offered from 1948 through 1952 did not have ornamentation on the neck of the ratchet. Version 2 was offered from 1953 through 1956 did have ornamentation on the neck of the ratchet. The Craftsman "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrenches only included 3 common sizes for both Version 1 and Version 2: 1/2” 3/8” 1/4" Repair kits were not available for the "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrench series. When you went to a physical Sears store, you could receive warranty work on your ratchet; however, it would receive a physical imprint/branding on the neck of the ratchet body that said: "Rebuilt". Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 2322 Gear Wolf
Armstrong 11-994 VS Snap-On FX80 VS GearWrench 3/8 flex locking head Ratchet
 
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Comparison of Armstrong 11-994 VS Snap-On FX80 3/8 flex locking head Ratchet . 3/8" Drive Armstrong MAXX Locking Flex Ratchet Catalog Number: 11-994 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000I1WG26/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Spec: Made in the USA - Quality and Availability 9-Position Locking Flex Head Maximizes Safety and Maintains Position for Multi-Angle, Multi-Application Use Regardless of Load Unique Enclosed Head (No Screws) with Two O-Rings Resists Contaminants for Extreme Strength and Long Life. Sleek Tapered Head with a Low Profile Design Permits Access in Extremely Confined areas. Recessed Reversing Lever Has As On/Off Markings for Safety Torque Wrap Design Reduces Stress on Gear and Pawl Teeth for Greater Strength and Durability Improved Modified "Hour Glass" Handle Design Conforms to the Shape of the Hand for Maximum Comfort and Minimal Fatigue. Manufactured From High Alloy Steel Using the Most Up-To-Date Manufacturing Process and Heat Treat for Greater Strength and Durability Meets or Exceeds ASME B107.10M and US Federal Spec. GGG-W-641E GearWrench Manufacturer Part Number 81276 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OL2X9CE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Snap-On 3/8IN LOCKING FLEX https://store.snapon.com/Non-Catalog-Items-3-8IN-LOCKING-FLEX-P9808308.aspx
Views: 10331 IMSTuner
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! These ratchets were made by the Apex Group under the umbrella corporation Danaher. The video features the USA made Craftsman “Next Generation” Thin Profile Ratchets, which were offered through Sears stores, digital Sears Catalog (phone order), and the sears.com website from 2002 through the end of 2011. The USA made Craftsman “Next Generation” Thin Profile Ratchets sport a 60 tooth gear and unique curved pawl that is specific to the gear set. There are derivatives of this gear/pawl system that have higher tooth counts, such as those found in Matco & Armstrong 88 tooth gear/pawl sets, that will fit within the Craftsman "Next Gen."; however, you must do a complete component swap. Notice the cut off for these being made in the USA was in 2011. There are Taiwanese and Chinese made derivatives that were made at the same time as the USA ratchets were made and continued production several years after the USA production ceased. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 44996 3/8” = 44995 1/4” = 44994 Repair kit numbers for each USA ratchet: 1/2” = 43439 3/8” = 43438 1/4” = 43432 If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: D509717 S 8474351 B2 6065374 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 2372 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: C-XX Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This video features the USA made Craftsman C-XX Ratchets. The C-XX ratchet series were made by Snap On. Before moving forward, understand that C-XX is my own naming convention. Each "x" is indicative of a number. For this era as it is today, Snap on typically designated their tools with a letter of the alphabet, followed by a series of numbers, and typically a unique stylized numeral to acknowledge the year of creation. Sears usually enjoyed sampling the best that companies had to offer before and after this point. Working with Snap On, however, did not afford Sears the same for the Craftsman brand. The creme de la creme of Snap On's ratchet line up at the time, the F-70, was not featured in the Sears Catalog despite being available directly through Snap On. This may have been either a preferential choice by Snap On to keep a certain level of exclusivity and control over particular products they offered, or Sears' prior relationship to New Britain Tool Company may have had something to do with it, since they offered something very similar to the Snap On F-70 already, the BT ratchet, and that product was a little cheaper; yet, it offered a similar design. Sadly, I only can speculate. Only part of the C-XX series ratchets were found within the Sears Catalog: 3/8" CF-87 & 1/2" C-97. The 1/2" drive C-98, from my research, is no were to be found within historic Snap On catalogs nor the Sears Catalog from the era the C-XX reigned: 1932-1935. While we know some of the basic information about the ratchets within the C-XX series such as materials composition, general dates of sale, and prices of the tool sets/kits they were affiliated with, we do not know much more than that. Since their first offering in the Sears Catalog or Snap On themselves, Snap On continued producing derivatives what were known as the Craftsman CF-87 & C-97 until the early 1960s, as "industrial" tools. These were designated as the PF-87 & P-97 respective to the Craftsman variants. The P-97 eventually was offered a selector and non-female gear & drive. Other than that, the differences between the Snap On and Craftsman counter parts were fairly small. From my exchanges with Snap On and Snap On collecting sites, what was called the Craftsman C-98 had a sister ratchet that was exactly the same just with a "Snap On" name branded to it. It is believed the C-98 was only made for a fraction of the year of 1934, making this one of the RAREST and most sought after Craftsman USA made ratchets to date. It is unknown why the relationship between Snap On and Sears dissolved in a matter of ~4 years. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” Open Gear Female = C-97 3/8" Open Gear w/ Selector = CF-87 1/2” Round Head = C-98 Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: **See video. Snap On offered individual pieces to repair the CF-87 and C-97. Each piece had its own price. If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: 2020883 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 1497 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: Stainless Steel & Lifetime Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! The "Stainless Steel" & "Lifetime" Ratchets were made by the Easco Corporation. This video features the USA made Craftsman “Stainless Steel” & “Lifetime” Ratchets, which were offered from 1987 through the end of 1991. It is believed that the "Stainless Steel" ratchets were a Sears Catalog exclusive, where the "Lifetime" were a Sears store exclusive. The "Stainless Steel" & "Lifetime" ratchets sported a 36 tooth gear with a 2 tooth engagement per side pawl, which to many felt less refined than predecessor drive mechanisms in older ratchets. This drive system would be later refined and installed into the Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) that would come out several years later by adding 1 additional tooth engagement per side on the pawl and reducing the gear/pawl tooth engagement profile. While virtually the same physically, these ratchets seem to exemplify an attempt to incorporate a variety of ideas that customers appeared to enjoy from previous ratchets, as well as a few new ones. Unfortunately, these ratchets, per anecdote, seemed to suffer more malign than love. Either ratchet set suffered from high production costs and reliability issues. Hilariously, repair kits offered for these ratchets were only partially complete, where if your ratchet had damage with its selector/pawl (they were one piece) you had to warranty the entire ratchet. While the "Stainless Steel" ratchet body does indeed qualify as a stainless steel alloy, per my own scientific analysis, the drive system was molybdenum, which completely negates any intrinsic safety or non-reactive qualities these ratchets could have had for the realms of science/chemistry, healthcare, aerospace, etc. Ultimately, this compromises the point of Easco going through the effort of making these difficult to produce and high cost ratchets, which begs the question, "Who are these for and why are we making them?" Despite this, the customer would at least enjoy the "Stainless Steel" ratchet body's anti-corrosion resistance properties due its stainless steel alloy composition. Given this, the "Stainless Steel" ratchets do not have a plating on the ratchet body, as its own composition passively resists oxidation. It is likely that Sears had Easco create the "Lifetime" series later, where the ratchet design could be sold in physical Sears stores and act as warranty exchanges for the "Stainless Steel" ratchets. Unfortunately, the ultimate loser in this exchange would be the customer, since the "Lifetime" ratchets are composed of a cheaper to create molybdenum-steel alloy with a chrome plating. Product numbers for the Stainless Steel ratchets: 1/2” = 43763 3/8” = 43762 1/4” = 43761 Product numbers for the “Lifetime” ratchets: 1/2” = 43766 3/8” = 43765 1/4” = 43764 Repair kit numbers for each USA ratchet: 1/2” = 44787 3/8” = 44786 1/4” = 44785 (NOTICE: repair kits work with both Stainless Steel or Lifetime variants for their size respectively) If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: 4903554 4631988 D299206 Des 300296 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 563 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: Premium Grade Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! These ratchets were made by the Apex Group under the umbrella corporation Danaher. This video features the USA made Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchets, which were offered through Sears stores, digital Sears Catalog (phone order), and the sears.com website from 2010 through the middle of 2015. The Premium Grade Ratchets were likely the "swan song" of the Craftsman brand. In many respects they remind me of the Pontiac G8 GXP offered only in 2008-2009. Likening the Craftsman brand to Pontiac, they both suffered from quality, warranty, reliability, and other reputation issues before their demise in the USA. As if having one last "hurrah" before the closing their operations in America, they attempted to display what they could achieve if they tried. What makes the Premium Grade Ratchets special within the Craftsman timeline is that they exemplify the absolute mastery of a concept. At the sacrifice of the venerable and useful quick release feature, the customer received the following: - Highest gear & pawl tooth count/engagement - Smallest arc swing - Longest ratchet body pattern to improve torque - Finest full polish chrome platting versus predecessors - Significantly improved ergonomics - Thinnest mechanism housing - Strongest metallurgy materials & practices Significant time and care went into creating these ratchets. Metallurgy and process philosophies used on cheaper US made Craftsman branded could not be used for the Premium Grade Ratchets. Given this, the cost was significantly higher when compared to a majority of the Craftsman branded ratchets that coexisted with the Premiums at the time. On average they were 4x more expensive than every typical Craftsman ratchet, except for the "Next Generation" Thin Profile Craftsman ratchet, where it was only 2x as expensive. Despite all of the positive features included in the Premium Grade Ratchets, reputations of both Sears and Craftsman were already suffering. Customer confidence was waning. There was little fanfare for the Premium Grade Ratchets. Customers likely didn't know about their existence or didn't trust Sears/Craftsman, given historic discontinuation of "Premium" grade tools. This gave customers little incentive to buy, and to make matters worse, early iterations of the Premium Grade were plagued by gear/pawl engagement issues. Unfortunately, after a brief 5-6 year product life, these ratchets were discontinued in mid-2015. Customer concerns over this product's longevity were warranted. When it came to the "Lifetime Guarantee", Sears wouldn't warranty products they no longer sold. Typically, the expensive "Premium", "Professional", & "Industrial" products were the 1st to get the ax. This was no exception. The "swan song" was a flop. The Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchets sport a 84 tooth gear and unique curved pawl that is specific to the gear set. There are derivatives of this gear/pawl system that have higher tooth counts, such as those found in Matco & Armstrong 88 tooth gear/pawl sets, that will fit within the Craftsman Premium Grade Ratchet; however, you must do a complete component swap. In its essence, the Craftsman Premium Grade ratchets were redesigned Matco & Armstrong ratchets with 4 less teeth in the gear. Compared to them, the Craftsman Premium Grades were 1/2 the price. These were 100% made in the USA with no foreign made derivatives. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 25482 3/8” = 2548 1/4” = 25479 Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 2887 3/8” = 2886 1/4” = 28859 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 3292 Gear Wolf
Gearwrench, SK, Dewalt, Craftsman 1/2 drive review and comparison!
 
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Here is a comparison and testing of these 1/2 inch drive ratchets Gearwrench,SK, Dewalt, and Craftsman to highlight their strengths and weaknesses.
Views: 1357 Tim's Work Shop
how to ZERO degree ratchets work
 
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These 0° ratchet our very interesting, there are no gears inside like the old ones there are bearings that fight against flat surface of a hex head style mechanism inside. You’re completely silent, some companies have actually put a ratcheting sound just because people were used to hearing it. Polevault makes one of these wrenches for about $25 snap on makes one for another $150 and there’s knock off is about $15 I found this one at tractor supply.
Views: 226 Live Free
Armstrong 11-994 VS Snap-On FX80 3/8 flex locking head Ratchet
 
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Comparison of Armstrong 11-994 VS Snap-On FX80 3/8 flex locking head Ratchet . 3/8" Drive Armstrong MAXX Locking Flex Ratchet Catalog Number: 11-994 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000I1WG26/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Spec: Made in the USA - Quality and Availability 9-Position Locking Flex Head Maximizes Safety and Maintains Position for Multi-Angle, Multi-Application Use Regardless of Load Unique Enclosed Head (No Screws) with Two O-Rings Resists Contaminants for Extreme Strength and Long Life. Sleek Tapered Head with a Low Profile Design Permits Access in Extremely Confined areas. Recessed Reversing Lever Has As On/Off Markings for Safety Torque Wrap Design Reduces Stress on Gear and Pawl Teeth for Greater Strength and Durability Improved Modified "Hour Glass" Handle Design Conforms to the Shape of the Hand for Maximum Comfort and Minimal Fatigue. Manufactured From High Alloy Steel Using the Most Up-To-Date Manufacturing Process and Heat Treat for Greater Strength and Durability Meets or Exceeds ASME B107.10M and US Federal Spec. GGG-W-641E Snap-On 3/8IN LOCKING FLEX https://store.snapon.com/Non-Catalog-Items-3-8IN-LOCKING-FLEX-P9808308.aspx
Views: 5049 IMSTuner
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: 1/2" Drive Breaker Bar Ratcheting Adapter
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! This video features the USA made Craftsman 1/2" Drive Breaker Bar Ratcheting Adapter. This 1/2" Breaker Bar Ratcheting Adapter was made on behalf of Sears by the tool company named Moore Drop Forge. This unique ratchet had nearly a decade lifespan, being first offered in the 1954 Sears Catalog and making its final appearance in 1969. What makes this piece, for the time, unique was that it was a completely self contained ratcheting system, where the selector switch was encased internally versus other tool company's offerings, which were typically external. This stout piece, mechanistically, is the father of the much loved Craftsman branded Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) ratchet. While the RHFT ratchets have two independent pawls with two sides, the 1/2" Breaker Bar Ratcheting Adapter has one. It is literally the same mechanism design and philosophy save having one less independent pawl. Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 1359 Gear Wolf
The HFC Sonython: This One's for the Kids! [#15: Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction]
 
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Watch The HFC Sonython: www.hfc-sonython.com - - - HellfireComms is back with a brand new charity marathon! This time around we decided to put down the SNES's, the Gamecubes and the WIi's and instead take a look at Sony's back catalog of titles. Crash, Spyro, Metal Gear...what is it you think of when you think of Sony Playstation? We've probably got like...pfft. Seventy percent of those. Still, we've got two weeks worth of games to plow through and we'll hopefully be raising a pretty penny for Child's Play along the way! They raise funds to purchase games and toys for kids stuck in hospital. It's a pretty boring place at the best of time, and we can think of no better way to help these kids out than by playing games on the internet. It's...it's all we really have, but damn it we do it with a smile! So grab a drink, kick back and get ready for some gosh darn VIDEO GAMES!!! Next up is Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction by gamesenlisted!
Views: 873 HellfireComms
Snap-on vs GearWrench ratchet torture test SEE WHO WINS
 
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Views: 147367 Budget tools
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: Thumb Wheel Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! These ratchets were created by SK-Facom. Today, SK and the French company Facom are separate companies. The ratchet body was created at the USA SK forge, while the drive mechanism was created by Facom's Italian division. This video features the USA made Craftsman “Thumb Wheel” Ratchets, which were offered through the digital Sears Catalog (phone order) and sears.com website from 2007 through 2012. In either case, this was a special order item. Repair kits for either of these ratchets are not available directly through Sears. You need to seek them independently through Facom. Product numbers for each ratchet: 3/8” = 43398 1/4” = 43397 Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 3/8” = NA 1/4” = NA [NOTICE: I make an error in the film stating Facom is an Italian company. Facom is a French company. The drive system for this ratchet was developed by the Italian branch of Facom.] Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 2875 Gear Wolf
Craftsman USA Ratchet Tear Down & Repair: Wrist Ratchet
 
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Welcome to the ancillary component of the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! Here we focus on repairing ratchets! This ratchet was created by the Easco Corporation. This unique 1/4" ratchet was available in the Sears Catalog from 1985 through 1994. Maintenance is incredibly easy; however, losing any of the 3 pieces that drive the selector would render the device completely useless. When maintaining, be very ginger about removing the drive from the gear housing (the handle part). Repair kits for this ratchet are not available. Damage to the gear, selector, or the drive shaft warrant total product replacement. Product number for the Wrist Ratchet: 1/4” = 43801 Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 1/4” = NA If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: 4529071 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
Views: 310 Gear Wolf
Real Talk Kim Talks Overcoming Darkest Days of Life, Healing Hurting Women, Finding Love + More
 
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This week on the podcast Hafeez and Chris are joined by Kimberly Jones-Pothier also known as Real Talk Kim to discuss overcoming the darkest days of life, taking personal responsibility to healing the pain in life, finding love after abandonment and failure and much more. If you like this episode with The Roommates and want to see more, be sure to subscribe to our podcast via any podcast streaming catalog to access our full catalog. ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-roommates-podcast/id1193460831?mt=2 ► Listen on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/theroommatespodcast ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roommateshtx/ We appreciate you for watching this video. We hope that you keep up with our weekly podcast that we post on the channel, subscribe, and share our content with those that need to hear it. Follow our podcast on Apple Podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-roommates-podcast/id1193460831?mt=2 Follow our podcast on Soundcloud here: https://soundcloud.com/theroommatespodcast Follow our podcast on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/show/1RtzEr2paJbPvBmvzPd3ZQ The Roommates Podcast is a late-night conversation taking you behind the scenes of “becoming” featuring all the interesting people, perspectives, and conversations you’d experience on the way. The Roommates brand of conversation is entertainment like a standup, educational like a TED talk and enlightenment like a sermon. The Roommates have been featured by The Atlantic, Houston Chronicle, Houstonia Magazine, Houston Style Magazine, and The National Alliance of Mental Illness. They were also featured on OWN Network’s show The Book of John Gray Season 2. Follow us Online Here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roommateshtx/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/roommateshtx Facebook: http://facebook.com/roommateshtx Website: https://www.roommateshtx.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/theroommatespodcast Apple Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-roommates-podcast/id1193460831?mt=2 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1RtzEr2paJbPvBmvzPd3ZQ
Views: 4216 The Roommates Podcast
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel)
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This video features the USA made Craftsman "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel). These ratchets were made on behalf of Sears by the tool company named Moore Drop Forge. The Craftsman "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrenches were available in the Sears Catalog from 1948-1956. Interestingly, these ratchets were offered along side the technologically obsolete Craftsman BE and Circle H Ratchets and the fairly advanced, for their time, Craftsman Circle U Ratchets in the 1948 Sears Catalog. This is likely due to Sears attempting to liquidate their remaining stocks of the Great Depression era and WW2 era tools. These ratchets had two cosmetic variants, which I have generically dubbed: Version 1 & Version 2. Version 1 was offered from 1948 through 1952 did not have ornamentation on the neck of the ratchet. Version 2 was offered from 1953 through 1956 did have ornamentation on the neck of the ratchet. The Craftsman "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrenches only included 3 common sizes for both Version 1 and Version 2: 1/2” 3/8” 1/4" Repair kits were not available for the "Boxhead" Ratchet Wrench series. When you went to a physical Sears store, you could receive warranty work on your ratchet; however, it would receive a physical imprint/branding on the neck of the ratchet body that said: "Rebuilt". Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Introductory questions that I sought knowledge on, regarding Craftsman Ratchets: 1) When was X ratchet 1st introduced & discontinued, if applicable? 2) What was the ratchet called by Sears? (i.e. special name/feature other than ratchet) 3) Does the tool have a nickname from the professional/DIY community? 4) How much did each ratchet size cost when it came out? 5) Did a particular ratchet set have all sizes known today? (1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” [any or all?]) 6) Where there variants vs. the standard sizes? (i.e. special color/plating, flex heads, etc.)
Views: 1879 Gear Wolf
My Favorite Ratchet Wrenches by Matco Tools
 
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I bought this set a few years ago and man let me tell you how much I love this set! I never work on a car without em! https://www.matcotools.com/catalog/product/SRFBZLM102TA/10-PIECE-0-FLEX-RATCHETING-EXTRA-LONG-WRENCH-SET/
Views: 2581 Leekautorepair
Top 5  SNAP ON alternatives ratcheting wrenches you can afford for less than $150
 
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Top 5 Snap On alternatives ratcheting wrenches you can afford Number One Gear Wrench ratcheting metric wrench set This is a great tool to have. Gear Wrench is one of the best decent quality tools you can own. It cost less than 100 dollars in most tool stores and online. It has 72 teeth needing no more than 5 degree to move fasteners compared to your standard box end wrenches which requires a 30 degree swing. In addition, it has great ratcheting speed and an open end wrench. According to Gear Wrench website, Gear Wrench tools are warranted for life to be free of defects in material and workmanship. Number Two Mountain metric double box universal spline ratcheting wrench set Personally, I own this ratcheting wrench set and it has not failed on me yet. I have owned it or a good four years using it daily in the shop. The wrench comes with a flexhead which is sturdy and can handle abuse. There is a good feel to the tool and it has the length to give enough leverage to break most bolts needed. the double box is ideal which makes it easier to alternate between bolts of different sizes. For example one side is a 17 millimeter and the other side is a 19 millimeter. This is perfect to use when removing transmission bolts without switching tools all the time. The wrench also has a 90 tooth design to provide easy access to tight spot. It also has a built in reverse mechanism. The great thing about this wrench set is the price. It cost less than 130 dollars on Amazon and shipping is free. Number three Craftsman ratcheting wrench set Craftsman is a household name everyone is familiar with. it used to be owned by sears and manufacture by various companies under contract. The great thing about craftsman is that it is extremely affordable and is perfect for the weekend warrior wanting to work on their vehicles. Craftsman flexhead ratcheting wrench set is also available to reach in tight spaces and odds angles. Craftsman is also available in 12 point or universal spline. Stanley Black and Decker now owns craftsman. Best of all it is backed by life time warranty. So go out there and grab a set of craftsman for your garage and store it in your car for road emergency. Number four Sunex ratcheting wrench The Sunex ratcheting wrench is a universal spline designed to accommodate 6 point or 12 point fastener. The Sunex ratcheting wrench also comes in various extra lengths for leverage. Moreover, it has a v-groove spanner that provides non slip grip of fastener flats. It also has 72 teeth with a 5 degree swing for tight spaces. Most of Sunex tools are made in Taiwan that means you are getting quality tools for less. Number five Tekton six point combination ratcheting wrench. Tekton is a family owned tool company based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Starting at an attractive price of seventy-five dollars, Tekton is considered one of the most affordable tools delivering decent quality and best of all it is proudly Made in the U.S.A.
Views: 524 Top 5 Auto Repairs
Gearwrench 81602 Ratcheting Wrench Insert Bit Set
 
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Tight spaces seem to be the only place special fasteners seem to hide. Gearwrench has the answer with their 81602 ratcheting wrench insert bit set. This is a 41-piece insert bit set made to be used with the boxed end of a wrench. It makes the most sense to be used with a ratcheting wrench, but any 6 or 12-point wrench will work. The spline design of the Gearwrench 120XP ratcheting wrenches are a perfect compliment to the ratcheting wrench insert bit set. We used the insert bits on several jobs around the shop, and we were impressed with the amount of space saved. Comparing the same size allen-type bit in a ratchet vs. the Gearwrench insert bit in a wrench was no comparison. The typical ratchet and normal bit was almost 3 inches, whereas the insert bit and Gearwrench ratcheting wrench was less than 1 inch. This can be a huge time saver on many jobs. All the bits in the Gearwrench ratcheting wrench insert bit set have a Zinc Phospate coating for corrosion resistance. In addition, the coating also aids in durability, for a lifetime of use. Each bit has the individual size laser-etched on the bottom for easy identification. The 81602 bit set includes standard straight-slot bits, phillips bits, torx, allen, and even triple-square (12-point) of various sizes. Check out the full review at https://shoptoolreviews.com
Views: 1229 Shop Tool Reviews
From KTC : Nepros 90-tooth Ratchets
 
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I decided to feature my collection of Nepros ratchets that I keep in my toolbox at work. Have a look at all the different Nepros ratchets that KTC has to offer via their website: https://ktc.jp/catalog/index-category/category-list?pcategory=15&ccategory=229 Link to Nepros' iP Blue (Blue Steel) series: https://ktc.jp/catalog/index-category/category-list?pcategory=15&ccategory=232 Order direct from KTC (in English): https://www.nepros.net/
Gear Ranch truck Thursday
 
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Spending time with Scott Anderson on the gear wrench truck
Views: 1020 Russ Navara
Craftsman USA Ratchet History: Round Head Fine Tooth [RHFT] Ratchets
 
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Welcome to the Craftsman USA Ratchet History Project! This video features the USA made Craftsman Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets. The RHFT ratchet series were made by Easco up until the company was acquired by the Danaher Corporation in the early 1990s. While these do feature the same basic design as the LL/Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. RP), the Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. RP), and even the Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. RP) from the neck down, the ratchet's head as well as mechanism are completely novel to this specific ratchet. This series shares nothing else with other ratchets other than the I-beam style neck and raised panel handle. Uniquely, the RHFT series ratchets were launched in 1970 without offering the 1/4" size, where the 1/4" would first be offered in 1971. The Flex head variants were first offered in 1978 only in 3/8" and 1/2" right up until they were no longer for sale. The RHFT series saw its final days being offered in a 2008 Craftsman digital online catalog. Despite having a 38 year run within the Craftsman timeline, I did not award this particular ratchet with a "longevity" award as I did with the Quick Release (3rd Gen. RP), which had a 26 year run. This is due to the fact the RHFT was offered as a Sears Catalog / online exclusive, when sears.com became available. The Quick Release (3rd Gen. RP) was actually physically present at Sears stores, whereas the RHFT was not available in stores. Although these ratchets are very popular among professionals, DIY, and collectors, they don't have the prominence they could have had due to their almost ethereal exclusivity. RHFT 1/2" has 45 tooth gear w/ 3 tooth engagement per side per pawl (2x pawls are working together at the same time) This affords the 1/2" drive 4 degrees arc swing. RHFT 3/8" has a 41T gear (~4.4 degrees of arc swing) and 1/4" has a 35T gear (~5.1 degrees of arc swing). Among the different sizes, the arc swing increase was negligible. Given the refinement of the mechanism and the fact that the ratchet has 2 independent pawls working together at the same time, different tooth counts for each respective size ratchet realistically had negligible differences in ease of use from one another. The Craftsman RHFT ratchet series were known to be as tough as nails, and, for their time, had an extraordinarily refined mechanism. Some owners have said they have NEVER lubed their ratchet in the nearly 4 decades of owning it, and the ratchets still function as if they were new. These factors, ultimately, are why RHFT ratchets are still so lauded to date, and the reason why their prices continue to climb. Product numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 44977 3/8” = 43781 1/4" = 43187 1/2" Flex Head = 44983 3/8" Flex Head = 42794 Repair kit numbers for each ratchet: 1/2” = 43446 3/8” = 43436 1/4” = 43426 [NOTICE: 3/8" & 1/2" ratchet repair kits work for their corresponding flex ratchets] If you are interested in exploring the US Patents affiliated with this specific ratchet series please explore the following: 3467231 3532013 Appearance of USA Craftsman ratchets from end to beginning: Premium Grade Ratchets [Final USA made Craftsman Ratchets] Thumb Wheel Ratchets Wrench Socket Series The Next Generation Thin Profile Ratchets Tear Drop Professional Full Polish Ratchets Round Head Ratchets Tear Drop Ratchets (4th Gen. Raised Panel) Stainless Steel / Lifetime Ratchets Wrist Ratchet Round Head Fine Tooth (RHFT) Ratchets Quick Release Ratchets (3rd Gen. Raised Panel) Intermediate Ratchets (2nd & 3rd Gen. Raised Panel Hybrid) Long Lever & Butterfly Ratchets (2nd Gen. Raised Panel) 1/2” Breaker Bar Ratchet Adapter Boxhead Ratchet Wrenches (1st Gen. Raised Panel) Circle U Ratchets BM / Circle K Ratchets BE & Circle H Ratchets (Multiple varieties) BT Ratchet Craftsman Vanadium Ratchets C-XX Ratchets [1st USA made Craftsman Ratchets]
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Pittsburg Pro thumbwheel hand ratchet set review - harbor freight
 
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Beatbox brilliance | Tom Thum | TEDxSydney
 
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Never miss a talk! SUBSCRIBE to the TEDx channel: http://bit.ly/1FAg8hB Tom Thum: Armed with just a microphone, Thum pushes the limits of the human voice to create incredible soundtracks of impossible beats and phenomenal sounds, with scratched vinyl, the Michael Jackson back-catalogue, the didgeridoo and an entire fifties jazz band amongst his vocal repertoire. You can follow Tom on FaceBook (TomThummer) and Twitter (@tomthummer) Quoting from ABC's Triple J Unearthed website: "TOM THUM, THE VERSATILE VOICEBOX 'Tom Thum appears to have swallowed an entire orchestra and several backing singers' The Guardian (UK) 'There are not enough superlatives to describe the wonder of this beatboxing virtuoso - I am still trying to figure out how he got those sounds out of his mouth' The Daily Telegraph (UK) 'The mic master seems to have an orchestra living in his throat: trumpet blasts, guitar strums and samples from classic songs including Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" effortlessly spout from his mouth' Time Out, NY These are apt quotes to describe the performance of one of Australia's most prominent and respected beatboxers and serial pests. Only in his mid-twenties Tom Thum has achieved and experienced more than most artists could hope to achieve in a lifetime. From winning the team battles (alongside Joel Turner) in the World Beatbox Championships in 2005, to fulfilling every artists dream and performing on Broadway in New York with the Tom Tom Crew, Tom has seen his fair share of accolades and well and truly paid his dues. Raised by the small but accommodating Brisbane hip hop scene, Tom started out as a graffiti writer and a Bboy but slowly rose to recognition through his ability to produce unhuman sounds and his natural knack for performing and weaselling his way on stage... Although the stage seems the ideal habitat for Tom he is also no stranger to community and has been helping the scene improve through conducting a plethora of workshops in many places that usually wouldn't have access to such knowledge and skill. Tom has travelled from the very top of Australia teaching in the Indigenous communities of Mornington and Thursday Islands all the way to the very bottom with a series of workshops in Tasmania and Adelaide. He has also spent considerable time teaching on Palm Island and in Charleville and many other places that would otherwise be Starved for education about proper hip hop and the positive message that music preaches. As Tom's experience within the music industry expands, he plans to push the limits of the human voice as far as inhumanly possible. Enrolling the help of numerous loop stations, Tom has been conducting DJ sets using only his voice and nothing else, propelling crowds across the country into a frenzy of jaw-dropping disbelief, as he re-creates and remixes classic joints and jams from all eras and genres. At present Tom is working on an album ranging across many different generes and features and hopes to have it finished by early 2012. You might see him on a stage at a festival looping up a storm or supporting anyone from the Hilltop Hoods to Blue King Brown, or you might catch him annoying the hell out of commuters on public transport. Either way, you will notice him soon enough. Keep an ear out for Tom Thum." See more at: http://tedxsydney.com In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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