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Moody’s miniature open-end wrenches don’t look like most wrenches. Made for smaller-sized fasteners, they have a very thin head that attaches to a narrow shaft, letting you get at fasteners in places that your standard set of combination wrenches would never fit.

Moody uses hardened steel for the blades and nickel plates the ball-end handles. The wrenches come in 5/64″, 3/32″, 7/64″, 1/8″, 5/32″, 3/16″, 1/4″, and 5/16″ English sizes and 2.5mm, 3.0mm, 3.2mm, 4.0mm, 5.0mm, 5.5mm, 6.0mm, 7.0mm Metric sizes.

They sell both wrenches with handles and just wrench heads (blades) with a universal handle; presumably the latter is a consideration if your space, weight, or budget allowance for tools is at a premium.┬áIt isn’t clear whether you can remove the blades on the wrenches that come with handles, but the interchangeable handle looks exactly like the ones that come on the wrenches with handles.

You can buy the wrenches individually, in sets with handles, or just the blades. Pricing depends on what you buy exactly; for instance the set of all 16 English and Metric wrenches in a canvas roll runs anywhere from $40 to $70.

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2 Responses to Miniature Open End Wrenches

  1. ToolGuyd says:

    While I have seen screws of all sizes, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a 5/64″ nut before! Nor do I look forward to the experience – imagine dropping one and then having to look for it!

  2. fritz gorbach says:

    i do believe the ends all remove from the handles. If you check out their large sets, which by the way include screwdrivers, wrenches, nutdrivers, and allens, they all seem to come with a bunch of spare ends. I have been eyeballing this awesome set for some time, but the $5 set i bought years ago at radio shack always seems to do the trick.

    http://www.moodytools.com/MTI_CATALOG_PAGE_19.pdf

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