Don't let missing tools slow down you progress, securely store your 1/4 in. drive SAE sockets with this organizer from JEGS. Compact in size, this tray holds 13 standard and 13 extended sockets. Each peg is designated by size making identification fast and easy.
- Dimensions: 9 in. Length x 2 1/8 in. Width x 2 1/2 in. Height
- Extended Socket Peg Length: 2 3/8 in.
- Standard Socket Peg Length: 1 1/4 in.
- Base Lip Length: 3/8 in.
- Fits the following sizes:
- 1/8 in.
- 5/32 in.
- 3/16 in.
- 7/32 in.
- 1/4 in.
- 9/32 in.
- 5/16 in.
- 11/32 in.
- 3/8 in.
- 7/16 in.
- 1/2 in.
- 9/16 in.
- 5/8 in.
JEGS Makes Tool Storage & Organization Easy
Take the first step in sorting tools in your shop or garage with this selection of tool trays, wire racks, and socket organizers. Coordinate all of your smaller hand tools in our 10-compartment tool tray. You won't misplace any pliers with our two large plier racks that hold up to 16 units. Socket set collections are easily grouped by size with our array of organizers, holding up to 80 pieces. JEGS has you covered with this wide selection of tool storage options.
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