Abolox®- Your best source for Wrenches!
Wrenches come in many configurations, including adjustable, box, combination, crowfoot, flare nut, open-end, pipe, ratcheting, service, striking and structural. The most common wrenches are box wrenches and open-end wrenches. You can use these wrenches for most jobs at the shop or home. Auto technicians and plumbers generally use pipe wrenches to tighten and loosen pipe and line fittings and are also common in shops and homes. Whether you need a single wrench or a set of wrenches, visit Abolox to choose from the various types we have in stock.
Wrenches in the Shop and at Home
Most auto technicians have several sets of wrenches since you can never have too many, especially when you need specialty wrenches for certain jobs. Wrenches are a great tool to have in the home, too. Whether you need to tighten a bolt on a piece of furniture, repair a plumbing leak, or make other repairs, a good set of wrenches will help get the job done. Those who enjoy working on project cars or even the less glamorous job of repairing lawn tools will also find that a good set of wrenches is a must-have for the home toolbox.
Wrenches not only come in metric and SAE sizes, but they come in different lengths. Adjustable wrenches might have extra-wide jaw openings, longer or shorter handles for leverage or tight spots, and even slim heads with tapered jaws to help get into tight spaces.Box- and open-end wrenches might be forged and machined for strength and precision heat-treated for durability. Some are made of alloy steel, another strong and durable material. Many of the wrenches we carry at Abolox are made in the USA. The wrenches we carry also meet industry standards and are the perfect alternative to high-priced wrenches from other brands.Some pipe wrenches are made from aluminum, so they are lighter and easier to use, but when you are working with large pipes and need a heavy-duty pipe wrench, Abolox also carries pipe wrenches made of cast iron.Flare nut wrenches, often referred to as line wrenches, have five sides instead of the two a regular wrench has. The head is also angled, giving you a better grip on hexagonal nuts and fittings on lines, such as brake lines. The design ensures that the wrench fits tightly on the bolt or nut, reducing banged knuckles.
Using Wrenches from Abolox
When you have a good, strong set of wrenches, you can use them every day in a professional setting without worrying about them breaking. Abolox only carries top-quality wrenches, regardless of the type of wrench. Professional auto technicians and the home technician can purchase any of the brands offered at Abolox without worrying whether they'll last or end up in the trash.Short-handled wrenches allow you to get into tight places, while long-handled wrenches allow for more torque on stubborn bolts. Ratcheting wrenches allow for faster work, and specialty wrenches mean that you won't have to get that special tool at a dealership or another expensive place.Read More Read Less