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Knucklehead Pull Bar

CRAIN-560H1

The Crain no. 560 knuckle head pull bar features a boxed knuckle hammering head that is welded to the body. The width has been increased to reduce body bending, and the length is increased for more wo... read more

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CRAIN-560H1 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Features

The Crain no. 560 knuckle head pull bar features a boxed knuckle hammering head that is welded to the body. The width has been increased to reduce body bending, and the length is increased for more working room at the wall.

Additional Features

  • Boxed and welded head
  • Withstands heavy hammering
  • Increased width to reduce bending
  • Durable and built to last
  • Zinc plated
Specifications
Acme Tools Brand Name: CRAIN
Acme Tools Part Number: 560H1
Assembled Weight (lbs): 3.25
Color / Finish: Steel
Country of Origin: USA
Height (in): 0.18
Internet Product Code (IPC): 022295C0F6E
Length (in): 12
Package Weight: 4
Tool Material: Heavy-duty 3/16" thick steel
Tool Type: Plank flooring tool
Warranty: See manufacturer for all warranty information.
Weight (lbs): 3.25
Width (in): 2
Internal Supplier Part #: 560H1
MFG Model # (Series): 560
MFG Part # (OEM): 560
Product Name: Knucklehead Pull Bar
UPC: 734995560002
Top Rated: 5.0
Acme Tools Air Shipment Restricted: N
Acme Tools Prop65 Compliant: N
Acme Tools Carb Compliant: N
Customer Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Tool I bought this because I tried using a cheap one from the big box store first and it worked okay as long as you didn't have to hit it very hard. So after I bent that one, I bought a good one and it is wonderful. It can take a beating, and it also works better having less flex in it, so more of the hammer blow does some good.
Date published: 2016-01-22
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