What's up, everybody!? Which socket
do you need? More specifically, which Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Socket
do you need? I'ma help you today with a Power Tool Rundown. Or socket set rundown…
or, I don't know, just play the thing… These Shockwave sockets come in 1/4", 3/8", 1/2",
3/4" and 1" drive sizes to fit all your ratchets, drivers, and adapters. They come in Metric, but
if you're a full-blooded American, they're also available in Standard SAE. I know not every
nut is standard, so you can still grab a combo SAE/Metric set that will cover all the bases. Let's talk deep versus standard. With a standard
socket, you can get into tighter spaces and they work great for standard sized bolts, obviously.
But if you're dealing with a longer bolt, you may not even touch the nut before
the bolt reaches the end of the socket. That's why you go deep, so the socket
can get all the way down to that nut…
If you're a car guy or mechanic, you may
prefer a standard set for engine work, but you might use a deep socket to release a clamp
or for a better fit on a lug nut. Also, if you're working on both foreign and domestic machinery
or vehicles, you will need both a metric and a standard set. You might also ask, "Why do drivers
only come in standard?" America, that's why! Rundown time! There is a six-point design
made of high-impact steel for high-torque applications. They have a dual-pull design and
groove for easier attachment. The sockets feature bold, long-lasting markings with stamped and
ink-filled diameter markings for wear resistance. They have easy-to-see laser etched part numbers.
All of the Shockwave impact duty sockets and extensions are backed by Milwaukee's lifetime
guarantee. Sets are available from 3-piece to 43-piece deep and standard for Metric, SAE or
combination and prices range from $14 to $194. That should do it for the Milwaukee
shockwave impact duty sockets! If I missed anything or you're more
confused after watching this, leave it in the comments below.
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