Stahlwille 516 Telescoping Ratchet, 1/2" Drive

$173.04
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Stahlwille 516 Telescoping Ratchet, 1/2" Drive

1/2" Reversible Ratchet, DIN 3122/ISO 3315
Chrome alloy steel, chrome plated
Rocker switch allows easy changing between lengths - even one-handed, but mechanism locks securely at each point
Adjustable to five different lengths: 410mm, 465mm, 520mm, 575mm, 630mm
Comfortable, slip-resistant Dual Component Grip is resistant to oil, grease, brake fluid and Skydrol
NOTE: The product title and description supersede the image(s) shown. The picture provided by the manufacturer is not always exact. We may use the same image for multiple sizes of an item.
Stahlwille Tools purchased through KC Tool come with a lifetime warranty against material defects or faulty workmanship except for consumable items such as screwdriver bits and socket adapters. Stahlwille torque products are subject to a separate warranty that has guidelines and regulations on repair labs that have been authorized by Stahlwille to perform service and calibration. The warranty for both torque and non-torque products is void if the tool is tampered with, abused, or used in a manner that is not intended by the manufacturer (i.e. using chrome sockets on an impact gun).

Return tools for warranty replacement directly to KC Tool. All returns are subject to inspection prior to replacement.
Features:
Ratcheting
Ratchetdrivesize:
1/2 Inch Square Drive
Finish:
Chrome-plated Finish
OAL:
Over 500mm (20 inches)
Indieset:
Individual Tools
Country of Origin:
Made in Germany
Stockstatus:
In Stock
UPC/EAN:
4018754336388

1 Review Write a Review

  • 5
    Good so far

    Posted by DT on Apr 10th 2023

    I have used it a few times, and it works great. The extra leverage provided by the telescoping function is handy. The ratchet head is held on with a pin, and it has a bit of movement (due to the pin size smaller than the hole in the rachet head). Doesn't bother me, but it may bother some.