MAC Tools Automotive Hand Wrenches
When youre doing repair work on a car, you want to have all the tools you need conveniently right at hand. Thats why smart mechanics keep a variety of hand wrenches available for all of their automotive needs. Whether youre a professional mechanic or just someone who enjoys working on cars, the right MAC Tools hand wrenches will make your work faster, easier, and more precise.What types of MAC Tools hand wrenches are available?
- Combination wrench: This is the classic style that many people think of when they think of wrenches, with both a box-end and an open-end, making them useful for a wide range of tasks. Choose between 6-point and 12-point wrench heads for hexagonal bolts or an 8-point for square bolts.
- Open-end wrench: This MAC Tools wrench has only the U-shaped end, which is usually angled about 15 degrees, making it a good choice for use in tight spaces.
- Double box-end wrench: This option has two box ends, each with a different size, allowing you to make repairs faster. Box-end wrenches have the advantage of being safe as they enclose the entire nut and minimize the chances of slipping.
- Crowfoot and torque adapter wrench: For getting perfect tension on your nuts and bolts, try a torque wrench, with or without a crowfoot adapter. Choose between an open end, flare nut, or 12-point drive.
- Flare nut wrench: This MAC Tools wrench head is perfect for use over your cars tubing, such as fuel or brake lines, and it provides a better grip for removing fittings without stripping them.
- Ratcheting wrench: A type of socket wrench, ratcheting wrenches make it easy to quickly tighten or loosen a fastener.
- Adjustable wrench: This open-end wrench features an adjustable jaw to fit fasteners of a variety of sizes, making it a convenient and versatile choice.
- Pipe wrench: Another classic wrench shape, this heavy-duty wrench is useful for working on your cars suspension components and removing rusty or stripped bolts.
- Spanner wrench: Sometimes simply called spanners, these MAC Tools wrenches are typically smaller and lighter than pipe wrenches and come with an adjustable face, pin, or hook.
- Specialty wrenches: If none of the above meet your needs, check out MAC Tools specialty options like gland nut, chain, brake bleeder, manifold and starter, and thermostat wrenches.
A wide selection of MAC Tools hand wrenches are available to choose from. Depending on your specific automotive work needs, it is essential to have the right size. Find the right MAC Tools wrench for any bolt by measuring it and doing a simple calculation. First, determine the size of the bolt in millimeters. Then, multiply that number by 1.5 to find the right wrench size.