|Item Weight||13.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.4 x 5.3 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||8-6122|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Williams 8-6122 1-1/2 Drive Impact Socket, 6 Point, 3-13/16-Inch
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- 3 13/16-Inch
- Designed for maximum engagement on 6 point fasteners
- Specially heat treated for impact use to provide long life, safety, and durability
- Sockets feature super torque lobular openings for greater turning power without deforming the fastener
- Suitable for use on electric and air impact wrenches
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1-1/2 Drive Impact Socket, 6 Point, 3-13/16
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Snap-on Industrial Brand JH Williams 3 13/16-Inch shallow impact socket features the super torque lobular openings for greater turning power without deforming the fastener. It is designed for maximum engagement on 6 point fasteners and is suitable for use with pneumatic and electric impact wrenches. It is specially heat treated for impact use to provide long life, safety, and durability and has a black industrial finish.
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So of course my next step was Amazon. I couldn't find a 203mm socket, but I did come across this Snap-On 8" socket. A quick trip over to Bing.com (yes I use Bing) told me that was the same size, but ho-boy that $8048.40 price tag was hard to swallow! This is where you folks need to use your noggin to save some green: Using the pull-down menu, I discovered you can get the 7 7/8" socket for only $7718.04. A little tappity-tap with a hammer and I'll make that sucker fit if it saves me $330.36! Add to cart, click, boom, bang, done baby!
While waiting for it to arrive I think I will write a sternly-worded letter to Vespa as to why they'd use a nut almost the size of the seat itself to remove it, and also why they'd hire such surley people to work in their dealerships.
That means I saved $4,121.36 instead of just $4,116.36!!!, while they're both 35%, it's even better than the old 35% and now I can now almost afford a bowl of Pho' noodles at the local noodle house!
I mean this is huge, it's metal, it turns massive nuts. You have to be nuts to not buy it!!! ha ha ha... See what I did there?, phew, lots of people tell me I'm really funny.
But I now have this thing all polished up and sitting on a pillar that you sort of have to walk around as you ender my small apartment. It's awesome, I'm pretty sure women have been slightly more inclined to do stuff with me because they saw it; that's a pretty solid assessment I think.
I've never actually seen an 8" nut, but I bet it's on those wheels that I saw on that dump trunk on the discovery channel, the one people have to climb ladders in order to get to the cab. Seriously whatever machine those nuts are on has gotta be huge. You know what you become if you buy this? rare. How many people can loosen an 8" nut??? Not many. You an use that line if you want, I give you permission.
Wowzers, was I silly for waiting so long.
First, when you read "shallow", you should know what you're getting yourself into. This socket is so superficial. All it cared about when we were out, was how I was dressed, or what kind of car I was driving. I mean, come on, it's a socket, why would it even care?
Secondly, 8" Come on. Under what kind of lighting? This socket wants to pretend it's 8" and has a size 13 shoe. No way. But, realistically, what guy doesn't add a little bit to impress the ladies? I can't fault it for that.
Finally, my only real problem with it, was the lack of a phone call the next day. I mean, I felt like a piece of meat and that just wasn't cool. I'm a man and I have feelings too. Just a thank you, or a "job well done" would have been nice.
Overall, it satisfied me greatly.