Williams 8809BW Offset Pattern Box End Wrench, 36mm Snap-on Industrial Brand JH Williams

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Size:36 Millimeters


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Product Description

  • 36 millimeters
  • Striking face wrenches are designed to be struck by a hammer on the anvil area in order to loosen frozen fasteners or to set and tighten fasteners
  • Anvil is proportional to opening size
  • Special heat treating provides maximum durability for long life
  • Offset handle is close to the head to provide clearance in confined areas

Product description

Features: Striking face wrenches are designed to be struck by a hammer on the anvil area in order to loosen frozen fasteners or to set and tighten fasteners. Anvils are proportional to opening sizes. Special heat treating provides maximum durability for long life. Offset handle is close to head to provide clearance in confined areas. ’ expanded line of offset striking face wrenches, up to 4-/4”, provides the most extensive line on the market. Specifically engineered to hold up under the most rigorous industrial use. Specifications: Size (MM): 36 MM Overall Length: -/2" Box End Diameter: 2-5/32" Box End Thickness: 2/32" A 5% restocking fee will be charged to return this item (unused). J.H. JHW-880BW Industrial Black Finished Offset Pattern 2 Point Box End Striking Wrench 36MM

From the Manufacturer

Snap-on Industrial Brand JH 36 millimeter offset pattern box end has a striking face wrenches are designed to be struck by a hammer on the anvil area in order to loosen frozen fasteners or to set and tighten fasteners. The anvil is proportional to opening size. The special heat treating provides maximum durability for long life. The offset handle is close to the head to provide clearance in confined areas. This wrench is specifically engineered to hold up under the most industrial use.


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Boshadam
August 8, 2018
If your bolt or nut is a hex meaning six sided like mine was, it might damage or round the bolt or nut and cause it to slip. I dont know how it will work with a 12 piont bolt or nut.


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