Hand Tools

Hammers, Sockets & Drive Sets, Specialty Hand Tools
Hand Tools

Whether you’re fixing things around the house or working on your car, having the right tool for the job is critical for the success of the repair. Professional tradesmen and technicians, who make their living with hand tools, know this, which is why they always insist on the best. Our selection of hand tools will appeal to pros and DIYers alike because we only offer the highest quality tools from the most reputable brands.

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As their name implies, hand tools are in effect, an extension of your hands, and provide the force, leverage, cutting, or gripping power to get the job done. Wrenches, sockets and ratchets are for manipulating fasteners, primarily hex-head bolts and nuts. However, we also carry specialty wrenches for torqueing bolts and removing oil filters, and specialty sockets for oxygen sensors, oil pressure switches, and wheel bearing locknuts.

Hand Tools

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Hand Tools the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as Stanley, Lisle, DeWALT, Milwaukee, Black & Decker, Dayco, HeliCoil, Hitachi, JET, MOOG, Nippon America, Powerbuilt, Pyle, Scosche, Smittybilt, Snap-on, Stant, Trades Pro, Audiopipe, Xscorpion the Hand Tools we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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Cutting materials like wood and metal is a common task, and the wrong tool or a dull cutting edge can do more mangling than cutting. We have the right cutting tool for every job including hand saws for cutting wood and hacksaws for cutting metal, cutters for slicing through wire or tubing, and knives and scissors for carving through cardboard, paper, and other materials. There are many components like snap rings and clamps that require special gripping tools for manipulation, and we have pliers for these as well as other tasks, including needle nose pliers, locking pliers, and wire strippers/crimpers.

Hand Tools

If you need to drive nails, punches or chisels, or if you have parts that need “persuading”, our selection of hammers can’t be beat. We have claw hammers, ball peen hammers, and mallets in every size imaginable. Our chisels are ideal for cutting and carving wood or metal, and our punches can be used to drive nails, pins or make indentations. Scraping off old paint or gasket material is easy with one of our scrapers, many of which are available with replaceable blades. And if you end up stripping threads on a fastener, don’t despair because we have the tap and die sets and thread chasers to make things right again.

Measuring tools are a definite requirement whether building a house or an engine, and we have the tools to make sure your work is accurate, from tape measures to micrometers, stud finders to dial indicators. Before you can build the new, sometimes you have to tear down the old, and for that we have a great selection of wrecking and pry bars. And although most hand tools are for general purposes, sometimes you need a tool that’s made especially for the job. If you’re installing bearing races, cleaning piston ring grooves, or disconnecting a fuel filter, we have the specialty tools you need for these and many more tasks.

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Hand Tools Reviews
Average rating: 5 4.9 - 71 reviews
| Posted by Mike | (Morristown, TN)

Appears to be well constructed, not light weight / flimsy. Has multiple functions, very handy.

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