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Limited Lifetime Warranty
If the product fails to perform due to defects in material or workmanship, we will replace it.

Hoses & Hose End Products (Heavy Duty)
Hose Reels (Heavy Duty)

Certain Exclusions: See package for additional terms and conditions

Note: Proof of purchase is required. Contact Customer Care for details.


7 Year Limited Warranty
For seven years from the date of sale, the product is warrantied against defects in material or workmanship

Hoses & Hose End Products (Medium Duty)
Hose Reels (Medium Duty)

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5 Year Limited Warranty
For five years from the date of sale, the product is warrantied against defects in material or workmanship.

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15 Year Limited Warranty
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Similarly, it is asked, where are masterforce tools made?

ALL masterforce hand tools(screwdrivers, wrenches, ratchets, sockets, etc) are made in the USA. ALL master force hand tools have an unconditional lifetime warranty. I don't care what you do To break it, Menards will take it back.

Beside above, who makes masterforce tools at Menards? The master force tools has some good stuff in which the master force hand tools are all USA made by the Apex and the screwdrivers are USA made by the Pratt-read. The overall Menards is the favorite master force big box hardware stores for selling the master force tools.

Beside above, are masterforce power tools any good?

It is an excellent quality/price combination. Masterforce has some good stuff. The hand tools are all USA made by Apex. The screwdrivers are USA made by Pratt-Read.

Who makes masterforce hand tools?

Menard's

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red river valley se of fargoA week or so ago I bought a couple of wrench sets for the pickup tool box. On standard, one metric. I replace those sets when ever the spiffy fabric holder thing desintagrates (usually have lost a few key wrenches by then). Any way I unroll the metric set today and they didn't include a dang 18mm! On these flagship red combines about half the fasteners seem to be 18mm and my shiny new set ain't got one. Nor does the spiffy fabric holder thingy have a spot for one! I know I'm supposed to have a 300lb $500 Montezuma box but I just never seem to get around to writing that check. Why would the tool company provide a set without an 18mm? Might as well leave the 9/16 out of the sae set while they're at it.

South Central KansasMenards sells good quality individual tools at a great price. Even better when they have 11% off.

NW WashingtonYou are not the first to complain about the missing 18mm wrench in sets. For some reason wrench makers don't think you need it. Google finds others lamenting this same situation.

Western WIWouldn't it be great if a 13/16 was the same size.

Bubbaspb - 9/27/2016 03:43

Wouldn't it be great if a 13/16 was the same size.

Thats Funny! Always have about six of those laying around. Can't Remember the last time I've needed it.

I bought a set the other do that didn't have a 9mm .

NW IowaMissing a 16mm is just as bad.

Watkinsville, GAOnce you get around to stroking that check for a nice box you won't ever be without one. One thing is for sure, don't go the cheapest route when you get one if it's going to be riding on the truck. Get a good quality one and you won't ever look back. My tool box is one of the best investments I have on my truck! I do agree about the tool makers leaving tools out. If you buy a set and it's 10mm through 32mm you should get all in between as well.


missing a 15 is bad


Bought 3/8 drive impact sockets from Harbor Freight to find them missing the 15 mm. Imports do not commonly use 15 so I imagine the Chinese do not put them in sets.
Same deal with the 18 mm wrench.
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Cartwright, McKenzie County, North Dakota, USAhttp://www.tarpcentral.com/Tool-Pouch-p/tp.htm


Southern IllinoisI often find I use both metric and standard tools on about every job. For not to tight fasteners you can get by but if they are tight get the tightest fit regardless of what the tool says.


central - east central Minnesota -

kritzy - 9/26/2016 22:59 A week or so ago I bought a couple of wrench sets for the pickup tool box. On standard, one metric. I replace those sets when ever the spiffy fabric holder thing desintagrates (usually have lost a few key wrenches by then). Any way I unroll the metric set today and they didn't include a dang 18mm! On these flagship red combines about half the fasteners seem to be 18mm and my shiny new set ain't got one. Nor does the spiffy fabric holder thingy have a spot for one! I know I'm supposed to have a 300lb $500 Montezuma box but I just never seem to get around to writing that check. Why would the tool company provide a set without an 18mm? Might as well leave the 9/16 out of the sae set while they're at it.

Needed a 18mm for a Cat Grader for some fender bolts . . .  Menards and bought a complete "Gear" set of MM up to 22mm, $59. yes, it comes with a 18mm. It has every size 8mm from small to 22mm

https://www.menards.com/main/tools-hardware/hand-tools/wrenches-wrench-sets/gearwrench-reg-15-piece-combination-set-metric/p-1444428552849-c-9157.htm?tid=-3811591888385590477

Ours was $59 in store - on line is listing it as more.



The ones that do the deciding that is making the wrenches sets likely never used a wrench in their life,
(OR )they know which one is used a fair amount but not all the time and leave them out so you have to buy it as a single and pay the price for one that you paid for the whole set.


Didn't you read what your tool set included. You know you are going to be missing a few key sizes. Nothing to rant about to me.

Dresden, OntarioIt's because in Europe most common sizes are 10-13-17-19-22-24-27-30 and 32mm.
All our equipment is mostly European and we always toss out the 15-16 and 18mm because we have no use for them.
3/8-10, 7/16-11, 1/2-13mm, 9/16-14, 11/16-17, 3/4-19 etc etc...

John Deere likes using 15 and 16mm so we do keep a couple of those around for the JD engines in our tractors.

Here in canada, canadian tire mastercraft metric sets do include 15-16 and 18 usually. And they are cheap when the sets are on sale. And lifetimes warranty, you break one you get a new one with no questions asked and I have yet to break one.....


Edited by Huib Z 9/27/2016 06:42


W/C IllinoisI bought a couple of sets of cheap fractional wrenches from Rural King just to have in the chore tractors. No 15/16ths included and no space in the pouch for one either.

Edit: The sets went up to inch and an eigth.

Edited by Rock Road 9/27/2016 07:36


WII hate substituting SAE for metric or visa versa. IMO, it's a good way to round off fasteners. An 18mm is pretty easy to find here, just about any auto parts store or farm store has them. Try finding a 25mm or an 1-3/16".

IdahoI agree on the 1 3/16... darn hard to find and doesn't come with sets

WII actually found it at my local Lowe's.

ND

1770 - 9/26/2016 18:39

Didn't you read what your tool set included. You know you are going to be missing a few key sizes. Nothing to rant about to me.



Exactly!!

SW IowaWrite the check and get that Montezuma box! You got a Flagship combine, $400-500 on a toolbox is cheap. Best bang for your buck is a tool box that's easy to access, one look at it and you'll know if your missing a wrench or socket.



red river valley se of fargoNo I didn't look at the entire set, I checked the top and bottom couple sizes and threw it in the cart. I have no shortage of 18mm wrenches it just works me that they leave out sizes. I just noticed this morning they left out the 15mm also. I don't know if I've ever used a 14 or a 12 but they darn sure included those.

Columbia Basin, Ephrata, WA

Huib Z - 9/27/2016 04:40

It's because in Europe most common sizes are 10-13-17-19-22-24-27-30 and 32mm.
All our equipment is mostly European and we always toss out the 15-16 and 18mm because we have no use for them.
3/8-10, 7/16-11, 1/2-13mm, 9/16-14, 11/16-17, 3/4-19 etc etc...



16mm and 5/8 interchange a lot better than 9/16 and 14.

I don't know what European equipment you run, but my European equipment uses 18mm all over the place.



Clinton, ONThere are 3 different standards for metric head sizes. The old common standard (the German standard) was 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 22, 24, 27, 30, 32.
Now, the now recognized common standard (used to be the French standard) replaces the 17 on an M10 bolt with a 16 and the 19 on an M12 bolt with an 18. There is also the Japanese standard that has a slight difference again from both these standards.
What blows my mind is that there are still some companies (including JD) that make some of their stuff in Metric and some of it in SAE. It makes for needing 2 sets of wrenches. Just make them all Metric.


Don't think I've ever used the 13/16 either.

just a tish NE of central NDOne of my beefs in life too......False advertising. They sell random sizes and cal them sets.....A set iw when you have included everything you need within a spesification imho.


Westport, INTake the 7/8 and grind it out to 15/16. Rarely need 7/8 in field, except for hydraulic lines.

Dresden, OntarioYes. But a 5/8 is too big for a 3/8 bolt and a 14mm will fit on there, tight but fits.
Mostly equipment from holland, specialized vegetable equipment for onions. They use all the common sizes for any bolts, now this is a lot of older equipment but all the new equipment built there uses all the common sizes for bolt heads too.

6mm-10 wrench
8mm-13
10mm-17
12mm-19
14mm-22
16mm-24
18mm-27
20mm-32

The JD engines in our European tractors do have a lot of if not all 15-16 or 18mm


Had to buy 18mm wrench and socket separately as it's not included in sets.

However, I've never had to use the 19/32" and 25/32" sockets from my dad's old set of Indestro tools. I don't imagine that anyone nowadays buys a set of inch tools and starts ranting when those sizes aren't included. Obselete sizes?

Somerville, IndianaSort of parallels wanting (me) a Stihl/Jonsred chain saw, We have the Montezuma boxes...I keep the sockets and combination wrenches that I use the most a six point from Snap-On...Most especially 9/16, 3/4, and 15/16, and keep special careful watch on them when time to pick up tools...They have orange survey paint sprayed on their insides...They all cost too much, only way I can justify it is to look at long term cost, as in 'more than twenty years' of use...All above are easier to take when looking at the long term cost.

New Brunswick, CanadaI'm used the the japanese sizing, an 8, 10, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21, 24 covers almost every fastener on a japanese car, bike, wheeler etc. I remember the first time working on a north american vehicle with metric, I had never used a 16, 18, 20 wrench or socket. Rarely had ever touched a 9, 11, 13, 15 except on a kids bicycle.

My collection of 1 and 1.25 mm pitch fasteners for japanese cars is useless on all the north american stuff with coarse metric threads.

Franke - 9/27/2016 09:55

There are 3 different standards for metric head sizes. The old common standard (the German standard) was 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 22, 24, 27, 30, 32.
Now, the now recognized common standard (used to be the French standard) replaces the 17 on an M10 bolt with a 16 and the 19 on an M12 bolt with an 18. There is also the Japanese standard that has a slight difference again from both these standards.
What blows my mind is that there are still some companies (including JD) that make some of their stuff in Metric and some of it in SAE. It makes for needing 2 sets of wrenches. Just make them all Metric.



I would be disappointed to get a set that didn't include 18mm since practically everything on my combine is 18mm. 95% of the metric bolts I encounter are 15mm, 18mm or 24mm. I've got 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 25mm wrenches I have NEVER used once.


NW Central Ohio..if I'm not mistaken..all the head bolts on the old International tractors are 13/16th...


Pilot Grove, MissouriMakes no sense to me not to include the 18mm in a set. You can get by with an 11/16 for a 17MM and a 3/4 for a 19mm, but nothing standard will fit an 18mm. almost 30 years ago when I went to tech school, the Craftsman tool set I bought through the school didn't include an 18mm. Patrick

Pilot Grove, Missouri5/8 is the same as 16mm. nothing matches a 15mm. though. Patrick

E.Central MNGot one of those cheap $10 sets from Menards that was missing the 15 mm, too. That's a pretty common size on GM vehicles so I definitely need it. It was cheap so I guess I wasn't surprised, just won't buy another one without looking more closely at it.


1 3/16 is a 33 mm

NW KS/ SC IDWell, I definitely would have studied the package a little more. If you were shopping at "Farmers "R" Us" where common sense prevailed, then yes, it would have included that, possibly 2 of the common ones as well. But, at most stores, who does the packaging is well versed in marketing. Assemble the most amount of worthless tools, but make it look good in a big container with big numbers, and you will sell it. Once sold, they will individually buy the tools needed to make the set anything other than useless.

Due to an insanely good price on black friday a few years ago, I got a Craftsman 220 pc tool set. Suitcase style case, so its great to pack along in the pickup or combine, but the half inch drive only goes through 5/8. doesnt even have 3/4 inch. tons of 1/4 inch drive, and they have tons of 12 and 6 point sockets. Myself I would rather leave the 12 pt behind and have all 6.

Pilot Grove, MissouriNo. 1 3/16" is 30 mm. Patrick


1 5/16 is the 33 then

broke too many things this week

just a tish NE of central NDI have a 19/32 socket that I put a peice of wire around it around 20 years ago and it still on the socket. Apparently I dont have any bolts that it fits.
Anyone else ever find an application for that particular size?

Edited by School Of Hard Knock 10/2/2016 19:50


Middlesex County, OntarioIf it's 12 point it fits 1/2" square things pretty well.

just a tish NE of central NDHum.... in the same set of old craftsman tools are a set of square sockets and this is a 12 point 19/32nds socket for hex nuts, not for square ones.Squares are 8 pt.


I believe once before I brought up the subject of 19/32 & 25/32" of mine and recalled that others said that certain engines call for an odd size for connecting rod bolts.
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