Once again, this tool is only as good as it's content! We don't have every wrench ever made in our inventory so Please click and contribute!
This area will be for new development tools that will make analyzing the data on this site much easier. I'm releasing the first tool now, even though it's a work in progress, and growing rapidly as I (AND HOPEFULLY YOU) input data. Soon, there will be the same capability for Ratchets, Sockets, Hammers, and other tool categories. Imagine having the dimensions of every ratchet made in the database where we could almost instantaneously identify which ratchets were OEM'd by whom, just by their common characteristics! That IS the plan.
The "Wrench Analyzer" PLEASE read the notes!!!! Wrench Finder Tool
NOTE: if you see attributes missing and would like to request an additional field for the form or add items to an existing list, like a type of wrench, etc., send a PM to user Todd Werts and I'll add it.
NOTE II: You will see that most of the fields in the table are highlighted. This means they are "TAGS." In other words, if you are browsing the table of wrenches and see (for example) the small end size of 1/2 and click it, it will load all wrenches on the site of that size. Similarly, if you clicked "Bonney" in the manufacturer column, it would load all Bonney manufactured wrenches on the site, etc, etc. To go to the actual record for the row where you can comment on the information therein, SELECT THE PICTURE!
NOTE III: Anyone with a user account can add example wrenches!! Click here for the form to add a wrench.
NOTE IV: I will gradually be transitioning sections of the site to utilize this data and "auto-create" the Wrench sections under each vendor. So, if you submit a J.P. Danielson wrench, it will automatically show up under the Wrench section of J.P. Danielson. That portion is a work in progress, but we will get there.
This tool is designed to allow users to slice and dice all wrenches on the site, as well as contribute to it's content. For now, there are 5 parameters you can play with:
1: Size - End 1 - This is the smallest size on a DOE, DBE, machinist wrench, etc., OR the size of a combo or single ended wrench. Selecting a value (you can select multiple values using the CTRL key) will reduce the list below to only wrenches of that size.
2: Wrench Type - self explanatory
3. Tool Manufacturer - Self explanatory but this is the OEM.
4. Wrench Brand - This is the brand stamped on the wrench
5. Wrench Overall Length - This is the length, within 1/4"
Example use case: let's say you find a 1 1/2" combo and can't read the brand. You could easily view examples to figure it out by selecting the Size, and the length.