Abolox®- Your best source for Handles
Handles make your job easier, whether you work in an automotive shop, work on home or auto electrical, are in construction, or just like to tinker with your hotrod. A spinner handle or "speeder," allows you to spin a bolt or nut on instead of ratcheting back and forth. A flexible extension has a joint that allows you to reach bolts and nuts in awkward positions. A sliding-T gives you more leverage where you need it, and a ratchet flex handle allows you to use the tool as a ratchet or a nut driver.
Handles in the Shop and at Home
Anyone working with nuts and bolts will find that various handles make the job easier, whether the handle gives you more leverage or allows you to reach a nut or bolt in a tight place. And handles are not just for auto technicians – electricians, plumbers and home construction crews often need handles to increase speed and reach.
The features you'll find for the handles we carry at Abolox vary depending on the type of handle you are looking for.Handles might have the following features:
- Chrome finished for looks and easy maintenance and to prevent rust and corrosion.
- Forged and machined for strength.
- Precision heat-treated for strength.
- Easy-to-read stamp patterns to help you easily find the size.
All of the tools, including handles, that we carry meet or exceed industry standards. Many of the brands we carry are made in the USA.
Sometimes a wrench or even a ratchet won't fit, and you have to get a bolt out, or the job doesn't get done. The various types of handles available allow you to reach nuts and bolts in those tight spots.A spinner handle looks much like a screwdriver, except you can put sockets on the end of it. A flexible extension combined with a universal gives enough bend so that you can reach that bolt the manufacturer decided to put under the exhaust manifold or intake manifold. Ratchet flex handles take sockets, but you can use them like ratchets or screwdrivers – and at any angle in between.A drive speeder allows you to run a bolt in without ratcheting back and forth. They are great when regular ratchets and wrenches won't reach – or when you need some speed on the job. A sliding T-handle combined with an extension and socket allows you to turn the nut or bolt without ratcheting back and forth when you need a little extra leverage.
Handles in the Shop or at Home
Specialty handles are a given in a shop, but they are also useful at home or on the road, too. Whether working on crafts and projects or repairing something in the home, you're bound to find a spot that is too small for a wrench or ratchet or that is simply too hard to reach.Every shop and home should have several different sizes of handles to help get those jobs completed in a reasonable time and with a minimum of sweating and twisting your face in frustration because a nut or bolt is just out of reach.
Handle Value and Features
All the tools we carry at Abolox meet or exceed industry standards. Many are made or originate in the United States. The brands we carry at Abolox are made of quality materials and are often hardened, polished, or forged and machined to provide longevity and strength.Read More Read Less