Snap-on Introduces New Shallow Countersink Inverted Torx Sockets - aftermarketNews

Snap-on Introduces New Shallow Countersink Inverted Torx Sockets

Manufactured from special alloy steel and precision forged and heat treated for optimum strength and durability, the new Snap-on 3/8-inch Drive Shallow Countersink Inverted Torx Sockets are a "must have" for every service technician looking to improve productivity and efficiency in the workplace, according to the company.

KENOSHA, Wis. — Manufactured from special alloy steel and precision forged and heat treated for optimum strength and durability, the new Snap-on 3/8-inch Drive Shallow Countersink Inverted Torx Sockets (FLCE140, FLCE160, FLCE180) are a “must have” for every service technician looking to improve productivity and efficiency in the workplace, according to the company.

"The FLCE Series Inverted Torx Sockets with a shallow countersink are designed for use on shorter Torx fasteners so you can properly engage the fastener with confidence," said Scott Amundson, product manager for Snap-on. "These sockets are valuable additions to any Snap-on toolbox, and service techs will save a lot of time and effort when they use them."

The FLCE140 is ideal for connecting rod cap bolts on various Toyota and Scion vehicles, while the FLCE160 works on the cam sprocket of a 2.5L FB engine on 2011 and newer Subaru Forester vehicles, plus the camshaft timing gear assembly on various 2012 Toyota vehicles. The FLCE180 works on the spider gear of the rear differential on 2010 to current Chevrolet Camaro vehicles.

Customers can learn more about the new Snap-on 3/8-inch Drive Shallow Countersink Inverted Torx Sockets (FLCE140, FLCE160, FLCE180) by contacting their participating Snap-on franchisee or representative, visiting www.snapon.com/handtools or by calling 877-762-7664.

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