The ratchets are designed to install or remove fasteners in hard-to-reach work areas and securely hold sockets while in use, so users can change sockets with one hand. The tools are available in multiple sizes, and they include a low-profile, quick-release button on the backtop of the ratchet head. Each ratchet has a pear-shaped head that is small enough to slip into tight spots, as well as a 45-tooth internal gear design that provides an 8-degree ratcheting arc. Each ratchet also has a low-profile reversing lever that allows for quick, one-handed direction changes. The ratchets are manufactured to ASME B107.10 specifications. Users can access the internal components by removing the snap ring located on the bottom side of the ratchet.
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