WaveDrive Pro Combination Wrench
Your New Favorite All Around Player
Step up your game with the all new Capri Tools bolt extractor wrench. These new tools feature premium materials, thoughtful design, and special engineering touch.
Tackle any task with a versatile tool designed for all your needs. You’ll want to keep these premium wrenches within arm’s reach at all times.
Exceptional Gripping Power
No Screw is Safe
Capri’s Bolt Extractor Wrenches can take on both regular and rounded-off screw heads. You’ll be able to remove bolts that were rounded-off up to 90%.
Get Where You Need to Be
Capri Tools WaveDrive Pro Wrenches are up to 40% longer than regular wrenches. Use that extra leverage to more effectively unfasten fasteners.
As you apply more torque, our wrenches bite more into the sides. They dig in right before the edge of the fastener’s corner of the bolt on the flat end — this is where the turning force takes place. Forward tightening is safer too — no need to worry about damage.
Capri Tools prioritizes quality, because we know how important it is to have a set of reliable tools on hand at all times. When you need a bolt extractor, you don’t have time for failed attempts. You just need to get the job done.
That’s why every Capri Tools Bolt Extractor Wrench features premium Chrome Molybdenum steel with a sleek MaxChrome finish. You’ll also notice an exclusive Capri Tools pattern on our new line, so you always know it’s the real deal.
Premium roll-up pouch keeps your wrenches organized.
We Stand Behind Our Products 100%, Period.
Bolt Extractor Combination Wrenches
5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4 in.
|Part Number||Description||L (in.)||W (in.)||wt (lbs.)|
|CP11750-8SPK||Bolt Extractor Combination Wrench Set, SAE||16.50||3.00||3.30|
|Part Number||Size (in.)||L (in.)||w1 (in.)||w2 (in.)||h1 (in.)||h2 (in.)||wt (lbs.)|
jadcat55 (verified owner) –
Wow, very impressed with the quality of these wrenches and the soft case! Even my friend, who is not a mechanic ooh-d and aaww-d over them. I have not had to use them yet, (and hope that I won’t ’cause that means a stripped nut) but since I just started a complete resto project on a 1965 Mustang, I went ahead and purchased these.