TekTite Compact Angled Thin Jaw Adjustable Wrench

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This compact adjustable wrench features thin, slightly angled and pointed jaws allowing access into tight spaces that is perfect for working with valves, regulators, and hoses.

TekTite Compact Angled Thin Jaw Adjustable Wrench

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Overall Length Jaw Capacity, Inch Marking Thin, Angled Jaws Angle and Thin Width Allow Easy Access in Tight Spaces
  • Chromium-vanadium steel, black phosphate coating
  • Inch marking scale on jaws
  • { 7/8 inch | 22 mm } jaw capacity
  • Overall length { 6.7 in | 17 cm }
  • Jaws { 0.16 in | 4.0 mm } thick

Anyone who works on dive equipment knows the uncommon sizes, tight spacing and thinned surfaces of wrench flats on equipment optimized for SCUBA can present some annoying challenges. Manufactured in Japan by Top Kogyo and supplied in the US by Tek-Tite; this is not just an ordinary adjustable "monkey" wrench. Unlike a monkey wrench where the jaws are intentionally non-parallel, once you set the jaws on this tool it works just like a spanner or box wrench. This tool has a spring-loaded worm drive which means no backlash and no need to constantly reset (loosen/tighten) the perfectly parallel jaws each time you turn it. Thin, pointed, and 20° angle deep-reach jaws allow access into difficult spaces. Although there are several versions, this compact angled-jaw model excels at back-to-back wrench applications on regulators, valves and hoses. Perfect for use with 1st stage transmitters and mini-spgs, the thin 19-mm jam nut on manifold crossbars, as well as the very tight spaces frequently encountered when rebuilding second stages.

This hand-tool is designed for precision work, not circumstances requiring 'brute force', so make sure the jaws are fully engaged and please don't use it with a hammer or extender otherwise the tool may be damaged.

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Brand TekTite
Weight 0.350000

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This product is made from chrome-vanadium steel (CR-V). CR-V is structurally strong with a toughness enabling it to withstand high fatigue and wear that makes CR-V a best practice material choice for hand tools. However, CR-V is not as corrosion resistant as stainless steel and not 'rust proof'. As any boat owner will tell you, CR-V tools must be protected from prolonged contact with the corrosive nature of the marine environment.