The all-new SK X-Frame wrench was launched at the 2014 SEMA Show, and provides mechanics with power and precision for manuevering in tight spaces, according to the company. The racheting mechanism was re-invented using six dual opposing pawls on a reengineeredf 72 tooth wheel, offering 216 positions.
The distinctive x-frame look of the SK X comes from opposing triangular structures that help make the wrench stronger than the world standard by dispersing the stress on the handle across two beams. This power is maximized in one-third of the arc swing of any other ratcheting wrench on the market. The SK X-Frame will be available next spring in a full range of hard-working sizes.
The ratcheting mechanism’s 72 teeth and six dual opposing pawls enable the user to turn nuts in 2.1 degrees (with the ¾-inch SK X model). This increased control allows auto techs to work in tighter spaces.
Originally posted on Government Fleet