SKU: GearWrench 82388
UPC: 099575003882
Weight: 6.84 lbs

GearWrench 82388 Black Oxide Straight Slugging Wrench, 2-3/4" 12 Point

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• Made in the USA
• For use where a hammer or sledge is required to create extreme force / torque necessary to loosen or tighten large fasteners
• Large striking surface for more efficient hammer contact, more force being applied to the fastener
• Straight rectangular handle design withstands heavy sledging, resists springing, transmits force more effectively to the fastener.
• Handle length permits use in confined areas
• Box end opening is designed to remain engaged to the fastener when the wrench is struck
• Heavy box end opening provides greater transmission of torque and more strength while also providing access to confined fasteners
• Manufactured from high alloy steel using the most up-to-date manufacturing process and heat treat for greater strength and durability
• Meets or exceeds US Federal Spec. GGG-W-636E

• UPC: 099575003882
• Foreign Trade Code: 8204110030
• Made in USA: Yes
• SAE/Metric/Torx: SAE
• Handle Material: Alloy Steel
• Drive Type: 12 Point
• Finish: Black Oxide
• US Federal Specification: GGG-W-636E
• End A Drive Type: 12 Point
• End A Ratcheting Type: None
• End B Width: 1-9/16 in
• End B Thickness: 1-5/16 in
• End A Width: 4-3/16 in
• End A Thickness: 1-17/32 in
• End A Fastener Size: 2-3/4 in
• Set: No

GEARWRENCH has added a comprehensive line of straight pattern slugging and offset slugging wrenches to it's already broad line of professional industrial wrenches. Manufactured from alloy steel with a black oxide coating for greater strength and durability to handle the torque necessary to loosen and tighten large fasteners. The wrenches have a large striking surface for more efficient hammer contact allowing more force to be applied to the fasteners allowing the job to be completed more quickly. They are designed and manufactured to handle the toughest of jobs.

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