We love the Industro tools and their proprietary cut. These wrenches considerably minimize the number or tools we are carrying, allow us to do more with less, and are backed by a lifetime warranty. But not every idea, the Industro cut, is perfect in every application. From our pictures above you could see the wrench went from a 1:00 o?clock to a 3:00 o?clock position. Well sometimes you NEED it to go from 1:00 o?clock to a 2:00 o?clock position in a tight squeeze.
So what does MOABJEEPER Magazine recommend?
If you?re looking for your first set of wrenches buy the Industros. You get a whole lot of tool for little money when you consider the 6 bolt configurations these wrenches can handle. We opted for a set with metric open ends rather than SAE since the majority of the fasteners on Jeeps are Metric. Wrenches with SAE open ends are also available, so consider what you'll be working on most often before ordering.
If you already own two sets of wrenches, metric and standard, we still recommend these wrenches because there is no frustration going between metric and standard tools with the mix of metric and standard bolts on you vehicle.
Industro sockets can be purchased directly from one of the Industro tool vans. However, similar to many other high quality "van" tools, this may not always be the easiest method for the shade-tree mechanic. Fortunately, Industro sells direct through their website.
To purchase the reviewed Indo-Wrench set
visit them on the web at:
515 West Pickett Circle
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Toll Free: 1-877-844-6788