Details

Bring some organization to your tool box and securely store and arrange your most commonly used standard (SAE) and metric sockets with the STEELMAN 60728 1/2-Inch Drive 8-Piece Aluminum Socket Storage Rail. Made with a lightweight aluminum spine and durable red ABS plastic clips, this rail allows you to easily store up to eight sockets. The back of the black anodized aluminum rail has a magnetic strip that allows it to remain stationary inside of metal tool chest drawers and atop tool carts without sliding around and can even be used for vertical storage, attaching to the outside of tool boxes when loaded with smaller sockets. The clips each have a spring loaded detent ball to firmly latch into and hold sockets until they are needed. The base of each clip is circular and easily rotated to make identifying stored sockets easier than with fixed slips. Clips can also be removed to make room for larger sockets or to create a custom socket holder that fits into most tool bags and say goodbye to disorganized sockets. Perfect for pairing with STEELMAN 60727 to store all 15 sockets in the STEELMAN 78279 15-Piece 1/2-Inch Drive Deep Impact 6-Point Metric Socket Set.

Features

  • STORES 8 SOCKETS - Single sided storage rail secures up to eight 1/2-inch drive standard (SAE) or metric sockets
  • ANODIZED RAIL - Rail spine is made from strong and lightweight anodized aluminum
  • ABS CLIPS - Posts are made from durable ABS plastic and can be removed easily for custom storage
  • SOCKET RETAINERS - Each clip post has a spring loaded detent ball that keeps sockets in place
  • MAGNETIC STRIP - Back of rail has a magnetic strip to keep the rail from sliding around on metal tool carts
  • 1 YEAR WARRANTY - Comes with a 1 year limited warranty

Specifications

brand
STEELMAN
color
Black, Red
country of origin
Taiwan
drive size
1/2-inch
item height
0.92
item length
11.37
item weight
0.34
item width
1.13
manufacture warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty
upc
099198607283

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