What tool holds a socket?
The drive socket is the square hole which is used to attach the socket to a turning tool such as a ratchet or wrench.
What are the socket sizes?
There are four common socket sizes: 1/4 inch (0.6 centimeters), 3/8 inch (0.9 centimeters), 1/2 inch (1.3 centimeters) and 3/4 inch (1.9 centimeters). In-between sizes are available too, starting with 1/4 inch (0.6 centimeters) and increasing every sixteenth of an inch (0.16 centimeters).
Who makes the best socket holders?
You’ll surely find the best socket organizer for your workshop.
- Best Overall. Olsa Tools Portable Socket Organizer Tray.
- Runner-Up. ARES 60034-3-Piece Magnetic Socket Organizer Set.
- Best Bang for the Buck. ARES 70204-3-Piece Aluminum Socket Organizer.
- Best Rail.
- Best Tray.
- Best Wall Mount.
- Most Customizable.
- Most Portable.
What can I use if I don’t have a socket wrench?
What to Use if You Don’t Have a Wrench
- Duck tape. Duct tape is useful in almost any situation but you may be surprised to learn that you can use it to loosen bolts.
- Two coins. Who would think that money can be used as a makeshift tool?
- Another nut and bolt.
What is a socket holder?
The socket organizer has twist-lock clips that keep sockets secured during transportation. It prevents tool loss and is available in three different colors. The twist-lock clips do not hold sockets in place and they easily fall off.