Are Flare Nut Wrenches Any Better? Let’s Settle This!

From Project Farm.

Wrench Sets: Snap On, Proto, Williams, Mac Tools, Crescent, Kobalt, GearWrench, Duratech, Milwaukee, Performance Tool, Craftsman, Matco Tools, Quinn, Efficere. Several sizes of wrenches were tested to determine overall best performing wrench set. Wrenches tested repeatedly revealed a huge durability issue for several brands.

Are flare nut wrenches a scam? Almost all of the flare nut wrenches became bent during the review. My "opinion" is that manufacturers make "soft" wrenches to avoid warranty claims. Once bent, the wrench will cause damage (round off) a fastener very easily instead of loosening the fastener or nut. A properly hardened tool offers much more strength but is also much more likely to break, instead of just bending.

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➡ Products Tested In This Video (in no particular order):
Performance Tool:
Mac Tools: Available at the Mac Tools Online Store
Quinn: Available at Harbor Freight
Snap On: Available at the Online Snap On Store
Milwaukee: Available at Home Depot
Matco Tools: Available at the Online Matco Tools Store
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