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The Locknut Wrench

(90 customer reviews)

The Locknut Wrench

(90 customer reviews)

How many locknuts have you bashed with your flat blade screwdriver? The Locknut Wrench allows you to tighten locknuts quickly and works great in tight spaces. The patent pending design is available in 3 sizes.

 

Patent Pending.

 

79050

1/2″ Wrench

Out of Stock$14.99 CAD
79075

3/4″ Wrench

32 In Stock$20.49 CAD
79100

1″ Wrench

Out of Stock$21.49 CAD
79150

Wrench Kit (1/2″ and 3/4″ only)

75 In Stock$29.99 CAD
79200

Wrench Kit (1/2″, 3/4″, and 1″)

48 In Stock$31.99 CAD
$14.99 CAD

Features:

  • Offset ends allows access in tight locations.
  • Handle cut away sections are engineered to exact lock nut engagement and rotation.
  • Singular handle prevents wrist tension.
  • Clear permanent laser etched marking to ease use.
  • Comprised of durable steel and strong enough for any job.
  • Thin design allows easy maneuvering in tight locations while durable steel construction makes it strong enough to get the job done.
  • Hooked tip latches onto locknut and maximizes turning leverage.
  • Durable lightweight tool fits easily in a pocket.
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  1. Cody

    Cody

    Yes this works for Ar-15 castle nut

    The people who say it wont work for an ar-15 are incorrect. I decided not to listen to the reviews and try it anyway. Worked perfect held snug and I was able to put as much force as needed with zero slipping or play. If you’re looking for a castle nut wrench you’ll probly only ever use once or twice in your lifetime anyway….. It’s cheap and does the job.

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  2. mhproman

    mhproman

    good

    easy to use

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  3. D. S138

    D. S138

    Good

    Fit and worked well

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  4. Zork13

    Zork13

    Excellent

    I have this wrench and the smaller 2 sizes, theyre great. I get lockrings way tighter than with my pliers and a flathead, they even work on teck connectors. I use them very frequntly, they’re always in my vest pocket.This 1″ model works up to 1-1/2, haven’t tried 2 inch yet.

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  5. Len Wiebe

    Len Wiebe

    Lengt of tool is important also..

    Tool was not long enough to apply pressure and tighten lock nut on my bicycle so I had to find other means to tighten lock nut or loosen it..both ends of the tool broke ..

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  6. Dionysius

    Dionysius

    Bit of a gimmicky item

    I tried using it but it’s a weird tool where you have to hook it on and tighten and for me it would slip sometimes. I only ended up using it a couple times.Personally I would stick to hand tightening and then using your channel locks if you need to tighten more

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  7. Shawn McCoyShawn McCoy

    Shawn McCoyShawn McCoy

    *Great* alternative use for Reloaders

    I’ve included the thumbnail to my Youtube Video review. These were recommended to me from a friend who also is into handloading. If you use Lee precision die sets, you’ll notice they come with new geared lock rings and a very weak and flimsy plastic tool you have to buy separately to lock them down. These wrenches (specifically the 1/2″ one) work as a great alternative to them. I wish they were a little thicker (about 2x thicker would have been ideal) however I suspect they’re this thin for a specific reason or application. Either way, these wrenches give you just enough length on the handle to torque the lock rings adequately – which is the downfall of the plastic Lee tool – especially with turret presses. 100% satisfied with them. You can search my video review using the test in the thumbnail if you’d like to see them in practice.

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  8. Karl-Samuel Bourbeau

    Karl-Samuel Bourbeau

    Five Stars

    Super utile meilleur achat pour tout personne qui on utilise régulièrement des lock nut !

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