Gearwrench introduces Bolt Biter Nut Drivers

Gearwrench introduces Bolt Biter Nut Drivers

Gearwrench has introduced a new line of Bolt Biter Nut Drivers that allow technicians to remove and reuse damaged fasteners.

According to the company, features include: “Minus-size” options work on heavily worn or damaged fasteners that standard sizes can’t grip. Additionally, their tapered entry design lets Bolt Biter Nut Drivers seat or disengage from fasteners without the need for hammers or mallets.

The Bolt Biter Nut Driver lineup includes 16 open stock options and two sets: a 16-piece (86171) and 8-piece (86170). The 16-piece option is outfitted with a Gearcase with adjustable rails.

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