Finding that Socket Gets Easier When They're Organized on Craftsman Racks
|Each rack is made of of a chrome-plated steel strip about ¾" wide, with a vinyl-covered handle set at a slight angle at the end. There's a hole at the other end so you can hang the rack on a pegboard or nail. There are fourteen spring-steel clips wrapped around the strip, each ending in a square prong that will hold a ⅜" drive socket by friction. The whole rack, including handle, is a bit less than seventeen inches long; the strip itself is thirteen inches long. A bold ⅜ is etched into the handle for people who store multiple drive sizes.|
The clips slide around so you can arrange your sockets by size. Just snap them onto the rack in order, spreading out clips as necessary. Tip the socket sideways to release it from the rack , which leaves a gap that makes it easy sideways to see which one's missing when returning a socket. Hmmm.... Now where did that ¾-inch deep-well get to?