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Although Innovative Products of America designed this tool especially for oil drain plugs, you’ll find plenty of uses for the eight sockets sized from 12mm to 19mm on the Multi-Wrench — especially after you pay about $35 for the tool.

To fit eight sockets on the Multi-Wrench, IPA designed the tool with a rotating head sporting four sockets on each end of the wrench. The laser-etched sockets click into place as you rotate the heads.

Made from drop-forged steel and finished with chrome, the Multi-Wrench also features a built-in rare-earth magnet with 11-lbs of holding force that allows you to stick the Multi-Wrench to your oil pan and accidentally leave it there.

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4 Responses to One Multi-Wrench Fits Most Drain Plugs

  1. ToolFreak says:

    This looks extremely useful, but $35? You can get a 3/8 ratchet with 10-19mm sockets for under $20.

  2. Frank Townend says:

    …allows you to stick the Multi-Wrench to your oil pan and accidentally leave it there…

    Well done.

  3. techieman33 says:

    If I’m changing my oil then I’m at home where I have easy access to the proper socket and ratchet, so I don’t see myself wanting to reach for this thing instead. But I could see it being useful to carry around in the car as part of an emergency tool kit, though I would rather see something in the 8mm to 15mm range for that.

  4. cc says:

    i am a believer in the fumoto valve, and just bought a second one for my gf’s car. No tools, minimal hassle. The second one I bought has a nipple, to which you can attach some tubing to control exactly where the oil drains.
    I can’t remember the car forum, but i found a 10% off coupon pretty easily. It should only take about five minutes of googling.

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