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Hi-Spec 7 Piece Socket Drive Adapters & Reducers Set for Power Drill Drivers & Ratchet Wrenches. 1/4, 3/8, 1/2” Female Male Connectors & Hex Shank Extensions for Autos, Cars, Vehicles & DIY

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  • ADAPT & OVERCOME: Transform a power drill driver into a high-speed socket and nut driver with the Hi-Spec Socket Drive Adaptors for tight fastening of nuts and bolts. Connect the Hi-Spec Reducers Set to a favourite ratchet wrench handle so it can adapt to the different square drive sizes found across all ranges of socket sizes
  • FAST & TIGHT TURNS: The 3 Hi-Spec Socket Drive Adapters converts a drill driver into a rapid power socket wrench for fast and tight socket and nut turning. With standard socket square drive sizes of 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2”, their 25.4mm/1” long hex shanks fit deep and securely into the chuck head to ensure no slipping inside. NB. Not for use with Power Impact Tools
  • ONE WRENCH TO TURN THEM ALL: Use a single socket ratchet wrench handle, with either a 1/4”, 3/8” or 1/2” square drive, to turn and fasten sockets of smaller or larger square drives with the 4 Hi-Spec Reducers. Simply connect any of these adapters to the ratchet handle then attach the socket itself: 1/4” Female to 3/8” Male; 3/8” Female to 1/4” Male; 3/8” Female to 1/2” Male; 1/2” Female to 3/8” Male
  • THAT’S MIGHTY TOUGH TORQUE: Heat-treated Chromium-Vanadium steel alloy is used throughout the Hi-Spec Impact Socket Drive Adapters & Reducers Set for improved strength and shape retention for any tough torque fastening. Finished with an industrial surface finish of a manganese phosphate black oxide coating for extra wear and corrosion resistance
  • ETCHED, LOCKED & CHAMFERED: Laser etching is used for permanent labelling on all the components, with the adapters also having distinctive metallic collar colours, for clear and high contrast identification. The stainless steel spring-loaded locking balls require a firm push and keeps sockets securely locked-on for no-slipping off during any fastening tasks. The square drive heads have chamfered edges for smooth insertion and no sharp-cutting when attaching sockets