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    What kind of socket is this?

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    Found it in the dirt. I got nothin
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    Pass thru socket for long bolts or threaded rod. So you can get to the nut.

    I think your holding a 3" extension. Why they make an extension is beyond me( Brain fart, was thinking deep well socket I know why they make an extension). This is my guess.others may know for sure.


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    I thought your wife was holding it while you were taking the pic..
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    Description from Craftsman:

    Craftsman 3" Universal Max Axess 3/8" Drive Socket Extension Bar

    Overview

    Get a Better Reach The Craftsman universal max axess 3/8" drive socket extension bar is crafted from high-quality alloy steel that lasts job after job. A pass-through design adapts easily from threaded rod to peaked bolts. Protected from damage by a layer of oxide and polished surfaces that wipe clean after even the dirtiest jobs, this universal max axess extension bar is a solid addition to any shop.

    Extends 3/8" drive by 3"
    Pass-through design adapts easily from threaded rod to peaked bolts
    High-quality alloy steel for years of durable use
    Hand wipe for easy cleaning
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    Sad to see the old craftsmen go

    When I was young, craftsmen was the way to go for the average guy like me. I couldnít afford Snap On or SK, so it was craftsmen. Itís a shame craftsmen went full blown China and the name was sold. It is now totally down the tubes. Seeing that piece bought back a lot of memories. I remember laying underneath my firist car in the snow changing a starter. Remember my dad using craftsmen. The CEO of sears basically bled the chain for his own gain and bankrupted an outfit that existed and served since the old west.
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    The kind that goes on a Socket wrench handle thingie
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    Yep, Craftsman was the brand most of us could afford, and they were a very good quality tool too! Snap On for me anyway, was too expensive, like Mac Tools! Although on occasion, when the Mac Tool truck came around, I would splurge a little!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firemark View Post
    When I was young, craftsmen was the way to go for the average guy like me. I couldnít afford Snap On or SK, so it was craftsmen. Itís a shame craftsmen went full blown China and the name was sold. It is now totally down the tubes. Seeing that piece bought back a lot of memories. I remember laying underneath my firist car in the snow changing a starter. Remember my dad using craftsmen. The CEO of sears basically bled the chain for his own gain and bankrupted an outfit that existed and served since the old west.
    Sears had been making poor decision ever since they decided to get out of the catalog business. Just think if they'd kept the catalog until the internet. They'd be making the big bucks instead of Bezos. After all, Amazon does what Sears did with their catalog, just online instead of print.

    The CEO isn't bleeding the company dry, either. More the other way around, he has invested in sears heavily. They needed cash and Craftsman ws one of the few assets that would generate quick cash. It is similar to when Iaccoca decided to sell off Chrysler's M1A1 Abrahams tank manufacturing to General Dynamics. They needed cash to stay alive.

    Stanley acquired it. I've heard rumors they're going to return manufacturing to the USA.
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    Hope it comes back to USA

    Quote Originally Posted by martincom View Post
    Sears had been making poor decision ever since they decided to get out of the catalog business. Just think if they'd kept the catalog until the internet. They'd be making the big bucks instead of Bezos. After all, Amazon does what Sears did with their catalog, just online instead of print.

    The CEO isn't bleeding the company dry, either. More the other way around, he has invested in sears heavily. They needed cash and Craftsman ws one of the few assets that would generate quick cash. It is similar to when Iaccoca decided to sell off Chrysler's M1A1 Abrahams tank manufacturing to General Dynamics. They needed cash to stay alive.

    Stanley acquired it. I've heard rumors they're going to return manufacturing to the USA.
    I hope it comes back and they can make a quality product at a reasonable price. I know it will be higher than China but maybe in the ballpark that people can afford.

    I've got some old Craftsman and a mix mash of other brands. My Dad bought a Craftsman set after returning home for the Pacific (WWII). Most of them are still in use at the farm although not used every day. Most of us will never wear out a good set of tools.

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