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    Here is the first thing to look at when you're starting your Snap-On collection.

    Its a 100 tooth ratchet with an adjustable head, and a long shank.

    The 100 teeth mean that you will get a "click" in tight spaces were ratchets with less teeth will no "click".

    When I was installing the Viair compressor mounted to the JK's break booster, this was the only ratchet that I could get into the work space, AND click.

    and where other ratchets (none cheap) would not have the space to cycle this ratchet clicked 3 or 4 times. Its a MUST have.

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    Definitely our favorite 3/8s ratchet.

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    In this shot a Snap-On Ratchet set with their Dual 80 Ratchet and shallow and deep sockets are being used.

    We like Snap-On Sockets in 6 point.

    If you blindfolded me and made me pick up 20 sockets, I could tell which were Snap-On's. They feel different than others. Their Chrome layer is thicker, and the sockets are heavier. If you've picked them up, you know what I'm talking about.

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    I could have really used that 100 tooth ratchet installing my metalcloak overline fenders. I had two nuts I had to access between the inner fender well and the headlamp that allowed only about an inch of movement. MAYBE one click with my ratchet. I think that would have solved my issue.

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