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Type
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   Adjustable Wrench       Adjustable wrenches have a variable jaw to adapt to different sized objects. An adjustable wrench is also known as a crescent wrench. 
   Box Wrench       Box-end wrenches have double-ended closed drives that have six-point or twelve-point openings. 
   Chain Wrench       Chain wrenches use a chain instead of an adjustable jaw. 
   Combination Wrench       Combination wrenches are double-ended wrenches with one open end and one closed end. 
   Crowfoot Wrench       Crowfoot wrenches are a type of socket wrench that is open-ended and is generally used with torque wrenches. 
   Dog Bone Wrench       Dog bone wrenches are double-ended with swivel heads with four drives on each head. 
   Flare-Nut Wrench       Flare-nut wrenches are double-ended and are similar to box wrenches, but with slender open ends. 
   Impact Wrench       Impact wrenches are power tools, usually pneumatic, that have a socket driver and are used to apply a high amount of torque to tighten or loosen fasteners. 
   Key Wrench       Key wrenches are L-shaped or T-shaped bar stock that is used to turn screws or bolts. The different drive types of a key wrench include ball, hex, or spline. 
   Lock Wrench       Lock wrenches have a variable jaw to adapt to different sized objects, but can be locked to hold the drive size. 
   Lug Wrench       Lug wrenches are specifically designed for the use of tightening and loosening lug nuts. They can be both X-shaped and L-shaped. 
   Pipe Wrench       Pipe wrenches have a variable jaw whose grips are perpendicular to the handle. A pipe wrench is also commonly referred to as a monkey wrench. 
   Single End Wrench       Single end wrenches are open-ended with only one drive size. 
   Socket Wrench       A socket wrench is a six-, eight-, or twelve-point hollow cylinder that is placed over the head of a bolt/screw and is driven by a variety of different tools. 
   Spanner Wrench       Spanner wrenches are curved arm wrenches designed with a pin, lug, or hook at the end. Hook spanners, adjustable hook spanners, pin spanners, and face pin spanners are different varieties of spanner wrenches. 
   Spud Wrench       Spud wrenches have an adjustable or fixed jaw with a continuous tapering handle. 
   Strap Wrench       Strap wrenches use a high-friction strap instead of an adjustable jaw. 
   Torque Wrench       A torque wrench is used to apply a specific amount of torque using a gauge to a bolt/nut and is usually done by a socket wrench.  
   Specialty/Other Wrench       The wrench is a specialty/other type of wrench. 
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Power
           
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   Power Tools       Power tools include a wide range of devices for fabrication, assembly, construction, and repair. They are usually motor-driven. 
   Electrical Tools       Electrically powered hand tools are usually motor driven and use either batteries or hard wired connections. 
   Hydraulic Tools       Hydraulic tools are powered by the flow and pressure of a fluid. Typically, these handheld power tools use oil or water based fluids that are pressurized by hydraulic power units or hydraulic pumps. 
   Pneumatic Tools       Pneumatic tools are powered by the flow and pressure of a compressed gas. Typically, these handheld power tools use compressed air or compressed carbon dioxide that is stored in small canisters for portability. 
   Manual Tools       Manually powered tools use levers, screws, springs and other mechanics that give a mechanical advantage. 
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Drive Type
   Drive Type       
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   Angled Drive       The drives of the wrench are horizontally angled to the shaft/handle when laid flat. 
   Offset Drive       The drives of the wrench are vertically offset to the shaft/handle when laid flat. 
   Flex Drive       A flex drive wrench has one fixed drive and one flexible drive. 
   Specialty/Other Drive       The drive is specialty/other type. 
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Specifications
   Drive Size       The drive dimension of the wrench. The size of the bolt/nut that the wrench can be used with.  
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   Length       The dimension of the wrench from drive-to-drive or from drive-to-end of the handle. 
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   Weight       The weight of the wrench. 
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   Torque       The amount of torque that can be applied from the torque wrench. 
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Features
   Features       
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   Jaw Scale       The adjustable jaw has a scale etched into the wrench. 
   Ratcheting       The wrench has a ratcheting drive. 
   Soft Handle       Soft Handles - also known as ergonomic handles - is a user-friendly feature of hand tools that provides comfort to the user during tool use. 
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