Air Tool Kit
Assembled in a convenient carrying case, JEGS 81151 kit features (4) air tools with the necessary bits and accessories to help you tackle the most difficult of jobs.
- 1/2 in. Impact wrench
- 230 ft. lbs. Max
- 50-200 ft. lbs. Working torque
- 7,500 rpm Max
- 4.4 lbs.
- 1/2" in. Ratchet wrench
- 10-50 ft. lbs. Working torque
- 150 rpm Max
- 2.65 lbs.
- 41mm Cylinder stroke
- 4,500 bmp Free speed
- 2.2 lbs.
- Die grinder
- 1/4 in. Collet
- 22,000 rpm Max
- 90 psi rated
- 1.3 lbs.
- SAE Chrome Vanadium Impact Sockets
- 1/2 in. Drive
- 7/16 in., 1/2 in., 9/16 in., 5/8 in., 11/16 in., 3/4 in., 13/16 in., 7/8 in., 15/16 in. and 1 in.
- Grinding and polishing stones
- Tool oil
- (5) Air gun ends
- (2) Die grinder wrenches
- (1) Allen key (for impact wrench)
- All tools use 3/8 (.375) in. air hose
- 4 cfm Average air consumption for all tools
Quality Air Tools for the "Do-It-Yourselfer"
If you are looking for high-quality air tools, you came to the right place. JEGS offers a large selection of air tools that can tackle almost any project, and they are the perfect addition to any toolbox. Whether working on your hot rod at home, a restoration project in the workshop, or a race car at the track, JEGS air tools will help you get the job done right the first time!
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