combination wrench

combination wrench

[‚käm·bə′nā·shən ¦rench]
(design engineering)
A wrench that is an open-end wrench at one end and a socket wrench at the other.
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Each kit includes a combination wrench, T-type box wrench, thickness gauge, piston spring compressor, Phillips screw driver, flat screw drivers, socket wrench set, Allen wrench, pliers and tool box.
Grip Tite also sells combination wrench sets and all are backed by a lifetime warranty.
I opened up a 27mm combination wrench to fit and cut off the closed end so I can get an extension pipe on it.
in Dayton, Ohio, this combination wrench was patented in 1910.
The AR-15 Armorer's Combination Wrench ($44.95) is a patented design made of heat treated steel.
That can mean 'chattering' fasteners with an impact wrench, tapping with a ball-peen hammer, or even pounding on the handle of a screwdriver head or the side of a combination wrench while loosening.
He reached for a towel near the bed, intending to place it over the wet spot, when--clang--a catapulted combination wrench ricocheted off the bottom of his bucket.
If retailers stock their shelves with a combination wrench complete with varying sizes, or a power tool with an interchangeable battery with other complementary tools, they are going to be a hit.
Combination wrench. 8 3/4-in (nominal) overall length, 9/16-in wrenching size, 12 point, chrome finish.
A combination wrench has an open end and an enclosed end, which is called a box end.