Specially designed to help remove rusted, rounded, worn down or frozen fasteners, GEARWRENCH offers its Bolt Biter Nut Drivers to help professionals in the industry remove even the most stubborn fasteners.
With their bi-directional design, Bolt Biter Nut Drivers allow users to remove and reuse damaged fasteners with ease. GEARWRENCH states these time-saving tools offer five times more gripping force in comparison to extraction conventional tools. The tapered entry design allows the Bolt Biter seat or disengage from fasteners easily, without the need for hammers or mallets. GEARWRENCH also offers ‘minus-size’ options for heavily worn or damaged fasteners that standard sizes can’t grip.
“All across the extraction tool category, we find pros struggling to remove damaged fasteners,” said Rachel Cooke, product manager, GEARWRENCH. “And every time we apply our innovative Bolt Biter design in a new way – like with our new nut drivers – we see the same results. Problem solved.”
Using impact tools can force other nut drivers to fail, costing more money for replacements and more time not getting things done. GEARWRENCH insists the Bolt Biter’s chrome molybdenum construction and unique torsion zone provide higher durability for use with impact tools, lasting up to 50 times longer than the competitors.
The Bolt Biter Nut Driver line-up includes 16 open stock options as well as two sets – a 16 piece and a 8 piece. The 16 piece option is also outfitted with a GEARCASE equipped with adjustable rails suited for a variety of accessories to keep everything organised and accessible.
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