Wrench Sizes in Order?

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A wrench is a tool that is used to attach a nut to a bolt. Wrenches come in varying sizes, and range from very small to quite large. There are also different types of wrench, including: box-end, spark plug, combination, and open-ended. The open-ended wrench is shaped like a horse shoe and is the most common type of wrench in use. Wrenches range in size from five-sixteenths of an inch to a full seven inches. The seven inch wrenches are not used very often. The size of the wrench does not match the size of the bolt that the wrench is being used on. For example, a one-eighth inch sized bolt will need a five-sixteenths sized wrench.
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There are. many. different groupings of 'Standard' wrenches. The most common would be -1/4, -5/16, -3/8, -7/16, -1/2, 9/16. .
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1. Place the bolt or nut on a flat, well lit surface. If the nut or bolt is currently fastened to an other object, use a flashlight to illuminate the bolt. 2. Place the starting edge
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Wrench sizes in order are 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4,
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Standard size wrenches: 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 3/4, 13/16, 15/16. In metric those would equal 11 mm, 13 mm, 14mm, 16 mm, 19mm, 21 mm and 24mm. report this answer. Updated on Thursday
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