Dynamite Nut Driver (7mm)

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Dynamite Nut Driver (7mm)
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This is a Dynamite 7mm rubber coated handle Nut Driver. This tool is an excellent choice when you need a affordable tool, that does the same job as tools that cost twice the price.

Features:
  • Ergonomic rubber-coated handle
  • Hardened chrome vanadium shaft and socket
  • Precision 6-point socket
  • Long 75mm shaft
  • Storage Pouch
  • Rotating end cap

This product was added to our catalog on November 30, 2017

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Mar 31 2020 (about 2 years ago)
Dynamite Nut Driver (7mm)
It's definitely a 7mm nut driver. I was looking for a thin-wall driver, but the description didn't mention it. Took a gamble since it's relatively cheap. It's definitely not a thin-wall driver.
Verified Owner
Tuesday, May 12 2020 (about 2 years ago)
Dynamite Nut Driver (7mm)
Bought this to remove Traxxas Slash wheels but it is too thick and can’t reach the nut so it’s completely useless to me.
Verified Owner
Monday, Feb 24 2020 (about 2 years ago)
Dynamite Nut Driver (7mm)
High quality tool for low price. Hadle grip is firm, shaft lengh is enough for all RC applications, rotating top cap comes very handy when working with this driver.
Thursday, Mar 10 2022 (5 months ago)
Dynamite Nut Driver (7mm)
I have a few of these in different sizes, only because they are so cheap - however as others said, there are 2 potential problems with these that may make them useless.

1. They are very thick walled - meaning if you need it to reach inside of a recessed wheel nut hole as on many crawler wheels, these dynamite drivers are too wide and won't fit.

2. The handles are too skinny which makes it hard if not impossible to get enough grip to get the leverage you need if a nut is on very tight. I once had to turn this driver with a channel lock to get a wheel nut loose. Even with normal use, the handles are just too small. They are alright for smaller sizes though.

If they work for your stuff then they are the best deal out there. However I never use mine due to the limitations and have been relying on a set of cheap drivers that have thin walls and thick handles. Can't recommend. Go for thin walls and thick handles, it will make things MUCH easier.