The Universal URD Wrench is the perfect multi-functional tool for utility field personnel responsible for both electrical and water services.
The tool shaft is made from high strength stainless steel and provides the operator with great leverage to free even the most stubborn Penta-Head or 3/4" bolt. The end of the tool shaft is beveled and serves as a screwdriver. The tool handle incorporates an ANSI penta-head wrench as well as a standard six point ! wrench on opposite ends.
The tool shaft also works great for cleaning out debris congested pad gear lock pockets. The bent shape of the tool shaft coupled with the beveled screwdriver end permits one to easily pry open manhole covers.
Constructed of high strength aluminum and stainless steel to provide years of trouble free service.
- Product dimension: 12" length x 5" width
- Product weight: 12 oz.
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