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3/8 Inch Drive Compact Air Ratchet

Snap-on

November 13, 2012 - Products

<p><span>he FAR7000 offers better reach and more speed than ever before, and its redesigned longer neck and smaller head makes it much easier to get to those hard-to-reach fasteners that other air ratchets can&rsquo;t access.</span></p>

The new Snap-on 3/8-Inch Drive Compact Air Ratchet (FAR7000) offers better reach and more speed than ever before, and its redesigned longer neck and smaller head makes it much easier to get to those hard-to-reach fasteners that other air ratchets can’t access, according to the company.

“This versatile, durable air ratchet can be used for a variety of jobs, providing Snap-on customers the performance and productivity they expect from Snap-on,” said Jim Martin, product manager for Snap-on.  “At 410 RPM free speed, the FAR7000 is the fastest air ratchet on the market and its longer, slimmer head and neck design gives its users better reach and accessibility. In addition, the lighter-weight design and ergonomic comfort-grip handle make the FAR7000 easier to use, minimizing full-workday fatigue.”

Other features and benefits of the new Snap-on 3/8-Inch Drive Compact Air Ratchet (FAR7000) include:

  • 30-ft. lbs. maximum torque
  • Very lightweight—only 2.08 pounds
  • 2.6 CFM air consumption
  • Adjustable exhaust deflector
  • Similar to previous FAR70C model
  • 11.2-inch overall length

Customers can learn more about the new Snap-on 3/8-Inch Compact Air Ratchet (FAR7000) by contacting their participating Snap-on franchisee or representative, visiting www.snapon.com/powertools  or by calling toll free 877-SNAPON-4 (877-762-7664).

 

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