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[Home Depot] YMMV Husky 26 pc Long Arm Hex Key Set ( Allen Key)

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[Home Depot] YMMV Husky 26 pc Long Arm Hex Key Set ( Allen Key)

YMMV Picked up some allen keys on clearance at Home depot Reg 19.98 reduced to $5

This was at the Guelph, Ontario Location
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Not sure what that even means, but sounds good
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shipwama wrote: Not sure what that even means, but sounds good
Son, keep asking questions and learning, you are doing good
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damn, most HDs are 19 bucks! at 5$ INSTANT BUY for toolbox! prolly never need to use it Face With Tears Of Joy
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mikka2017 wrote: damn, most HDs are 19 bucks! at 5$ INSTANT BUY for toolbox! prolly never need to use it Face With Tears Of Joy
Haha exactly, my wife said "Don't you lready have allen keys"..... yes but why not more at this price.
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$5 is a no-brainer. I doubt these are made from S2 steel (my favourite for hex keys) as even the regular price is pretty cheap. Not the highest quality tools but five bucks!!!
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At $5, I would definitely jump on this if only all HDs had it at this price.
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Can these be used with a Ridgid Drill or Ridgid Impact driver?
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desmat wrote: Can these be used with a Ridgid Drill or Ridgid Impact driver?
Yes. If you have a bolt cutter or a metal cut-off blade on an angle grinder and can remove the angled part of these keys. I do this all the time.
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desmat wrote: Can these be used with a Ridgid Drill or Ridgid Impact driver?
If you cut them, you could put them into a drill chuck. Only the 1/4" one would fit into an impact driver with a 1/4" chuck.
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CaptSmethwick wrote: Yes. If you have a bolt cutter or a metal cut-off blade on an angle grinder and can remove the angled part of these keys. I do this all the time.
Yep. I've done that with one of the zillions set I have. Now I have a drill set for the car or any furniture.
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CaptSmethwick wrote: $5 is a no-brainer. I doubt these are made from S2 steel (my favourite for hex keys) as even the regular price is pretty cheap. Not the highest quality tools but five bucks!!!
These are husky and has a life time warranty. If anything you can alwaya take them back.
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Anyone try this to see if it is similar situation to the Ridgid 12v Drill/Impact kit? Lots of locations had the package listed at regular price but checking out produced the sale/clearance price.
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Can't dump on the post since the price can't be beat, but if you're going to be using hex wrenches a lot then I really recommend the ball-end style for the increased flexibility when using them in off-angle positions.
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davidclegg wrote: Can't dump on the post since the price can't be beat, but if you're going to be using hex wrenches a lot then I really recommend the ball-end style for the increased flexibility when using them in off-angle positions.
Until you snap the ball end off in the screw. Unsuitable for higher torque applications.
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chrisanthony14 wrote: These are husky and has a life time warranty. If anything you can alwaya take them back.
Husky just is not a high quality brand and I can't conceive of a situation where I would make a warranty claim for a hex key. That doesn't take away from the deal.

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