Low Profile Adapter Set
Socket Adapters For Tight Spaces
The ARES Low Profile Impact Socket Adapter Set provides you with three adapters that are 20 percent smaller than our standard sizes, so you'll have everything you need for impact-grade work in tight spaces. Crafted with high strength, heat-treated Chrome Vanadium steel, a Manganese Phosphate coating helps prevent rusting and corrosion, and knurling allows for enhanced grip during use.
- Includes: 3 pc. Adapters
- Sizes include: 1/4-inch F x 3/8-inch M, 3/8-inch F x 1/2-inch M, and 1/2-inch F x 3/4-inch M
- 20 percent smaller than our standard adapters for improved clearance in tight spaces
- Made of heat-treated Chrome Vanadium steel
- Manganese Phosphate coating prevents rusting and corrosion
- Knurling for enhanced grip
- These adapters meet and exceed ANSI/ASME standards by at least 15%.
What Our Customers Are Saying:
"Right off the bat let me say that I'm not a big fan of manganese phosphate coatings because in a humid environment it does not offer enough rust protection - plus it just doesn't feel good to the touch. Now that I've gotten that out of the way, I really like the low-profile of these adapters. Although I may never use them on my impact wrench, they are still very useful for hand ratchets. This set is approximately 33% shorter than my chrome adapters making it much easier to get into tight places. I also like the knurling which makes it easier to grab the adapter for removal and useful for free-spinning fasteners before tightening, or after loosening."
"You won't regret this purchase, I have been using these for about a month as a full time mechanic. I don't think I could be any happier with this product. I bought another brand of sleeve adapter that uses magnets and it was a disappointment. The ball retainer works way better. I would recommend to anyone at the price of $10."
"When you lug your tool box from job to job, it’s good to have something that’s lighter and snaps together for easier finding. I liked it so much I got another for the house."