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Offline t115145

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Re: Craftsman Professional Combination Wrench Study
« Reply #75 on: January 26, 2021, 12:05:58 PM »
I have 3 Steritool wrenches, DOE.  These are SS wrenches that can be placed in an autoclave to sterilize them. Primarily designed for use on medical equipment.  Maybe the Craftsman SS wrenches were intended for medical repair also? I use them frequently (aircraft repair), they are great for low torque applications.

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Re: Craftsman Professional Combination Wrench Study
« Reply #76 on: October 23, 2021, 06:52:46 PM »
Great write-up! I've been working on a CM Industrial wrench collection for a while now - I have 2 complete SAE sets, and 2 almost complete metric sets (missing a few of the jumbos from each). I didn't see mentioned, but I came across CM Industrial wrenches that have teeth in the open end similar to Snap-On's Flank Drive Plus. They look otherwise identical to the standard Industrial, except they do have different part numbers of course. I actually picked up a couple 19mm's and can snap pictures if there is interest. Wondering if anyone else has ever seen them or knows anything about them?