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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches

Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches

Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 1/4" nut

For 1/4" nut

Item # 6157
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$12.12

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 9/32" nut

For 9/32" nut

Item # 6158
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$12.12

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 5/16" nut

For 5/16" nut

Item # 6159
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$12.12

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches, Set of 3

Set of 3

Item # 6160
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$36.36

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches

About This Item

New design! Fits even the smallest truss rod cavities
We've improved our Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches to be more versatile than ever. Each socket is only 3/4" (19.05mm) long to fit into small access cavities like newer Gibsons and PRS. We've also rounded all of the edges to prevent scratching the finish.

Our veteran guitar techs developed these high quality steel truss rod wrenches for the busy repair shop. Each wrench is labeled with the size so you won't scratch the nut trying to find the right one. And they'll fit easily into a gig bag or case.

The three inch long handle lets you get the control you need for precise truss rod adjustments.

Wrenches for 1/4", 9/32", and 5/16" hex truss rod nut sizes.

And—you get a bonus screwdriver! Each wrench has a Phillips head screwdriver to remove and replace a truss rod cover. No need to fumble around holding both tools for just a quick adjustment.

Finally get the control you need when dialing in your truss rod!

Wrench Outer diameter
#6157 For 1/4" nut 0.373" (9.50mm)
#6158 For 9/32" nut 0.401" (10.18mm)
#6159 For 5/16" nut 0.429" (10.94mm)


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5.0

Works great

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This little wrench works great on my "new" 1978 Peavey T-40 bass truss rod. Like some other instruments, it has a 5/16" nut on the end of a truss rod recessed into a very small hole. A regular socket just won't fit in there, and grinding one down is a pain. So why not spend a few bucks and buy a wrench that's precisely made to do the job?

5.0

Good Set

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Way better than a nut driver. You can get a much better feel for what you are doing, which is important when turning a truss rod nut. The thin socket head eliminates any binding that can occur around the nut, and the screwdriver end is really handy.

5.0

Replacement for a broken wrench.

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My 9/32 truss rod wrench broke on me and ordered this replacement. I noticed they changed the design since I last purchased the set. The new ones have a smaller head so actually makes it easier to fit between the strings on my Ibanez prestige headstock. Sweet tool!

5.0

Just right

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When I tried setting up a Carvin bass with a 1/4” nut for the first time, I ended up buying the previous “bullet” type wrenches since I couldn’t get to the nut with anything I had. The “bullet” wrenches are still a tight fit for a Carvin, so when I saw these new wrenches I thought I should give them a try. These wrenches just slide into place and work like a charm! The Phillips head handle is really handy too.

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrench

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Needed a specific size and it worked to give relief to a downward bowed neck on a FRAMUS MEMPHIS ULTRA II 70s DUCO sunburst. EXCELLENT

5.0

it fits

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This wrench fits

5.0

Will never have to buy a nut wrench again

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Great to have all 3. Will never run into a situation where I won't have the that fits.

5.0

Good access

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Thin sides: great for those tight truss rod cavities!

5.0

Truss rod

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1969 Harmony now with a much straighter neck...wrench worked great.

5.0

Perfect size for my vintage Guild

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I have a vintage Guild D35 from 1979 and this 1/4'' wrench from Stewmac is a perfect fit, at last. I have another wrench, supposedly 6.35mm which should equal to 1/4'' but no way I can grab that truss rod (better do not convert inches to mm as something gets lost obviously haha).

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