Ratchets, also known as ratcheting socket wrenches, have a handle and a drive end that connects to a socket that turns fasteners such as nuts and bolts. They can speed the turning of fasteners with a mechanism that allows the ratchet to rotate freely in one direction without removing the ratchet head from the fastener and repositioning the tool. Hand ratchets are reversible so the socket can be turned in both directions to rotate fasteners for installation (tighten) or removal (loosen).
1/4 in Drive Size
3/8 in Drive Size