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Old 10-25-2009, 09:49 PM   #21
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I need a 9/16 driver, but I haven't found one that wasn't on-line, yet.

Might have to take a trip to a supply house, but the stuff there tends to be really expensive.
mytoolstore.com has them in the kleins they also carry the 5/8 nutdriver along with the 9/16
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Old 10-25-2009, 09:56 PM   #22
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Well, putting up racks is exactly what I use them for, and between buying a socket set, and a single nut driver, for now I'll go with the nut driver. I'm not exactly rolling in dough over here.
A lot of quasite boxes use them for the covers too. It's a little handier for me than digging out the socket set box at the very bottom of my bag.
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It cost 30 bucks but I got a set of gearwrenches that have 8 different sizes of ratchet wrenches from 5/16 to 3/4 on 2 actual wrenches that I always use for any racks or minerallac straps or wherever else I see fit. Seemed a bit pricey but they've paid for themselves many times over.
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I've got a klein 9/16. I had my supply house order it for me and I think I gave 10 or 15 bucks for it.

I use it all the time for building racks. I use a cordless impact and its really handy to hold the nut on the inside while I hit it with the impact.
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Looking for some good nutdrivers that have a hollow shaft and rubber handles. I know klein makes some but the 7 pc. set is a little spendy. Craftsman used to make some where the rubber handle was colored according to the size. I can't seem to find those and would love to get some like that.

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$19.98 Kobalt 7-piece Nut Driver Set

Item # 88364 http://www.lowes.com

1) Lifetime warranty

2) Hollow Shaft

3) Rubber Grips

4) Color Grips

5) There is always a Lowes nearby

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Old 10-26-2009, 10:08 AM   #26
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$19.98 Kobalt 7-piece Nut Driver Set

Item # 88364 http://www.lowes.com

1) Lifetime warranty

2) Hollow Shaft

3) Rubber Grips

4) Color Grips

5) There is always a Lowes nearby
i agree with all of those except number 2 the kobalts that i have are only hollow maybe a inch and a half up the shaft. i bought them on saturday
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I got a set of husky metric nut drivers, for $15 they sure are not bad.
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