i hate that! C130 mech heresucks in tight spaces too, there is a lot more play in the motion, so if you are in a really tight spot you are limited to one click at a time where a conventional wrench might get 3 or 4.
When working on aircraft I need more control than the Metwrench allows... I give it a C-; functional for the most-part, but nothing to write home about.
NOW all you have to do is deal with the "Barbertuckians" and "Kenmorons"... :lolsmash:Most sockets by companies with American names are made by Wright Tool Co. in Barberton, Oh. The only stand alone company I know of is Cornwell Quality Tools in the Kent, Oh. area.
I wasn't dissing Craftsman , but unless the new ones they ship to Canada are different ,the (now) wrenches are so thick that they are hard to use,Old craftsmen are definately good tools that are good value.For those of us just fixing our cars/trucks and around the house, a Craftsman set (which are on sale this time of year) will be all we need
I'm still using Craftsman tools my dad left me 40 years ago, and work perfectly.