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Toolpro Impact Socket Set 31 Pieces $36.07 (Was $90.19) C&C or + Delivery @ Supercheap Auto

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Part of SCA AU day special. Great set of impact driver socket. Paid double of current price last time. Sorry for mobile edit on the trip. Enjoy!

  • 3/8" Dr Metric Impact Socket: 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15 mm (6)
  • 1/2" Dr Metric Deep Impact Socket: 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24 mm (8)
  • 1/2" Dr Metric Impact Socket: 17, 19, 21, 22, 30, 32 mm (6)
  • 1/2" Dr SAE Impact Socket: 3/8'', 7/16'', 1/2'', 9/16'', 11/16'', 3/4'', 13/16'', 1'' (8)
  • Impact Extensions 75mm: 1/2", 3/8"
  • Impact Adaptors: 1/2" F — 3/8" M

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  • +4 votes

    Holy cow they didn't count the box as a separate piece and no zip ties in sight!

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    Thanks OP. Ordered click and collect at my local store.

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      I just collected mine. Weighs a tonne. Australia post would probably change more than $36 just to ship these.

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    Nice find. It'll make my $10 Ozito 12V wheel-changer driver from a deal ~ two year back a lot more versatile.

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      Just grabbed the $10 Stanley impact set to compliment my $10 Ozito 12V wheel-changer driver … which remains unopened. 12 volt motorcycle / 24v bus.

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        I had one new car that had had the wheel-nuts rattled up way too tight. I was a bit skeptical when I pulled the little Ozito out and it started its wind-up, then the clutch locked and I was sold. Only the low fencing and respect for the neighbors' windows stops me sacrificing normal sockets just for fun…

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    What would be a couple of good wrenches/handles to go with this set?

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      These are impact sockets, so ideally you would have a chrome set for use with hand tools.

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      These impact sockets are designed for use with power tools so no socket handles included

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        Dumb question. Do you need an impact wrench or can they be used in a normal power drill?

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          Need something that can impact. I.e with a hammer.
          You can use impact drills and use a hex to square bit but impact drills won't have as much torque as a impact wrench. So depends what kind of work you want to do.

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            @bogak: I tried this for the first time recently with my Ozito 18V impact driver and would get my wheel nuts off, although they were quite tight. Ok if you loosen them up first and then tighten them later

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              @Jackson: yes but your impact driver would not be able to take the hub bolt off for instance, or balancer nut, control arm nuts. That's the kind of bolts i'm referring to. Also hex to square converter bits can break depending on what you are doing. But yes normal stuff like wheels and what have you are fine.

        • +2 votes

          Not a dumb question. Impact sockets are surface hardened to make sure they withstand the impacts of the electric impact wrench. They can be used the same as normal sockets with attachments for normal drills or ratcheting wrenches.

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          Ideally you could use your impact driver and hex to 1/2" bit.

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            @ntb: You can but they snap off regularly @ work, we use Milwaukee impact drivers…

            OK for light duty like Ozito etc…

        • +4 votes

          They're basically the strongest sockets you can purchase so can be used with any powered equipment or manual hand tools.

          In automotive settings they should generally only be used to undo bolts. When doing them up they can be spun on with a powered wrench to the point that the impact rattle starts (and even that can be overdoing it if your torque spec is only 10Nm or so) but should then be torqued to spec with a manual torque wrench. Impact wrenches are pretty variable when it comes to the torque they put out and are not precision instruments when it comes to torquing things correctly.

          There's nothing worse than trying to undo an oil or transmission sump plug that's been spun to 100+ Nm by someone who got too excited with an impact wrench.

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      Long….breaker bar or impact gun.

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    Don't forget triple cashback with Cashrewards.

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    I have these last time it was on sale. Great quality.

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    had to order delivery, no stock near me..

    Made it worthwhile though & got a K&N air filter for about $30odd off…

    Thx OP…

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      I bought exactly the same 2 things, plus just a Ryco oil filter to get over $100 for afterpay. Luckily my 2nd-nearest store had stock.

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    order both sets, bargain.

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    Does it have a 10mm socket

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      It'll probably get lost in transit lol

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      it’s a mixed set, they did the 10mm as 3/8 instead of 1/2”
      3/8 is more than enough to snap 10mm threads but also means you get a slimmer socket as it’s 3/8, down side is swapping adapter form 3/8 to 1/2” when working.

      my 3/8 socket set gets much more use than my 1/2” in both hand tool and air.

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    missed out this deal

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    Just to follow up on what happened for me, when I went to go pick it up the store said they didn't have any in stock after all, but the guy said I could just pick a socket set to have as a substitute. So I picked a 69 piece Stanley black chrome set. So far I've used it daily, and I'm really happy with it, so all's well that ends well.