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The 9-inch Channellock 209 Oil Filter and PVC Plier combines the strength and reliability of Channellock's iconic Tongue and Groove Plier with the special needs of large PVC and oil filters. The right angle, laser heat-treated teeth grip better and last longer, while the PermaLock fastener eliminates nut and bolt failure.
Channellock uses high carbon C1080 steel for superior performance on the job, and an electronic coating for ultimate rust prevention. It's completed by Channellock's iconic blue handle, which is both comfortable in your hand and easy to spot in your tool bag.
|Overall length||9 inches|
|Jaw length||1.75 inches|
|Handle span||1.61 inches|
|Number of adjustments||4|
|Jaw capacity||1.75 inches minimum; 3.5 inches maximum|
Founded in 1886, Channellock is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of high-quality pliers and assorted hand tools. Now run by the fifth generation of the DeArment family, Channellock tools reflect a tradition of dedication to excellence maintained for well over a century. Over the years, Channellock has obtained several patents including one in 1965 for the conical surface created on the cam side of the pliers when undercut and another in 1984 for the PermaLock fastener found in its Tongue and Groove Pliers. Channellock still manufactures more than 120 different sizes and types of pliers and hand tools at its facilities in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
Way better than those band type oil filter wrenches! Much easier to take offPublished 4 days ago by K Dogg
The filters on the GM trucks are kinda close quarters & this tool works nicelyPublished 9 days ago by redneck
During the winter months, I have my garage change my oil rather than crawl under the cars in sub-freezing temperatures to do it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Baby Boomer
Best oil filter pliers that I've ever used, and I've had them all.Published 1 month ago by Mark D. Schnittman
I'd been using a strap wrench for the past several years, the kind with the fabric loop that you wrap around the filter and stick a 1/2 drive ratchet into. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eric B.
Oil filters always seem to be difficult to remove even if you follow the instructions and coat the rubber seal with oil and only hand tighten. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Raymond Arendt