|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.45 x 4.65 x 1.85 inches|
|Item model number||3149|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Head Style||Fixed Square|
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GEARWRENCH was launched in 1996 with the first professional ratcheting wrench. Since then, our brand has become synonymous with ratcheting wrenches designed for professional automotive technicians and industrial users. By 2002, over 100 million wrenches had been sold and the brand had earned a name for producing the highest quality tools at a great value. Since its launch, the ratcheting wrench range has developed into a line of over 20 different styles and 600 SKUs, solving the access problems of millions of users.
In 2006, GEARWRENCH introduced the broadest line expansion in its history with the addition of ratchets, sockets, screwdrivers, pliers, and torque wrenches. Since then, we have continued to expand our listing with bit sockets, impact sockets, and pry bars to become a full line mechanics hand tool supplier.
We are a premier mechanics hand tool brand, offering products that are designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of professionals making a living with their tools. We understand the problems they face every day and provide tools that increase productivity through SPEED, STRENGTH, and ACCESS. GEARWRENCH tools are tough and innovative.
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KDT3149 Features: -Use wrench on oil filters up to a 6" (152mm) capacity. -Strong nylon belt will not slip. -Use with 1/2" square drive tools . -Nylon Strap Oil Filter Wrench 0 to 6''''. Use: -Chain, Tong, & Strap Wrench/Filter Wrench. Quantity: -Single. Measurement Type: -Metric/SAE. Product Type: -Wrenches. Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: -0.55 Pounds.
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I wish I had bought one of these forty years ago. Today it's a necessity item for my 2019 Honda; there is simply no other way to get the old filter off that car.
Nylon strap didn't tear even though filter had some jagged edges. Thin strap got around whole filter in difficult to access location on 2004 Dodge.
I gave 4 stars for sturdiness because I'm not sure the strap would hold up with daily professional use, but they sell heavier duty versions for 4 to 6 times the cost. Worked great for one time use for me. I was impressed that I saw no cut or anything on strap with my use given tight fit and jagged edges on filter after punching through filter with screwdriver. I saw a review where strap came unattached for somebody else. I torqued on this pretty hard with a breaker bar and saw no I'll effects.
It was a little awkward for me to use with the oil filter facing downwards on my SUV. But it got the job done after a lot of frustration trying to use the wrench off 1" bolt off K&N filter. I buggered that up because it was hard to get wrench or socket on solidly due to filter location. Tried other wrenches, breaking on, and even the screwdriver method, but this was what finally got the job done.
The only area for improvement I would like so see is a tighter fit to the half inch socket. It kept slipping off because I was using it upside down due to my filter location.
It is a little awkward to use due to strap and nature of design. I still gave 4 stars because I expected this awkwardness with this type of wrench. I think there are other designs that could be used with socket extension that might be easier to use, but the ones with that design were at the professional heavy duty price point. I think the strap flexibility actually helped me due to the awkward location of my filter.
I would classify this as a "last resort" wrench due to a little awkwardness in use. Once I got filter broke loose with this it was easier to use a jaws type wrench to get it the rest of the way. I would try this before the nasty messy screwdriver method.
I think the strap is way to floppy which makes it hard to make it grab around the filter.
If your filter is all deformed from previous attempts of getting it off, this filter wrench should do the job -- the strap conforms to the filter despite dents and gashes from other filter wrenches. Start with this one.