According to Kimball Midwest, their Multi-Drive Geared Combination Wrenches can take care of jobs with spline-drive, hex head, 12-point, 50-percent rounded (or stripped), female Torx, square head and even damaged hex head fasteners. The company also believes these tools reduce downtime'#8212;you simply turn the wrench, ratchet it back and turn again. Features include:
- A unique ratcheting system built into the head of each wrench to provide faster and easier use.
- A non-slip open end for gripping fasteners with damaged hex heads and increased safety.
- A 72-tooth design to facilitate turning with a short arc swing.
- Easier access to tight areas.
- Composition from a forged Chrome-Vanadium alloy for durability and strength.
- A mirror-finish Maxi-Chrome professional plating.
- Availability in individual fractional and metric sizes, as well as sets.