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We just never get tired of the good ole’ Colonel-Mustard-in-the-library pipe wrench — it’s a classic. Check out any movie with construction work going down and you’ll see one lying around somewhere. If you don’t have one already sitting at the back of the toolbox, Toolup.com is selling the 12″ RIDGID pipe wrench for only $20.87, which seems like the best deal around.

You can get by with a cheap pipe wrench, but when you’re stuffed into a crawlspace with nails and spiders all around you, the last thing you want is a wrench that slips. One thing we noticed while searching for a good price: you can find replacement parts for RIDGID wrenches easily, to keep your tool working for generations.

12″ RIDGID Pipe Wrench [Toolup.com]
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3 Responses to Dealmonger: RIDGID 12″ Straight Pipe Wrench $21

  1. Clark F says:

    Personally, I don’t think Ive ever used a pipe wrench that didn’t slip. I prefer Pliers Wrenches. I keep the 1 3/4″ and 2 1/2″ jaw models in my toolbox. I use em for everything, love em for tie rod adjustments especially.

    http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog/tools.asp?tool=hand&Group_ID=12959&store=snapon-store

  2. Shopmonger says:

    I love me some pipe wrenches………..

    I have 5 or 6 in diff sizes…. great for all sorts of work……
    Cars, PLumbing, just moving large peices of steel (use as a steal PIVEY)

    I don’t have many issue with slipping

  3. fred says:

    For the novices out there – they may wish to consider buying pipe wrenches in pairs.
    You often need to hold with one wrench and turn with the other. The holding wrench should be of equal or greater length than the one that doing the turning – to resist the toque being created.

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