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      AutoMechanic, that's what the website says:

      "The chrome molybdenum construction and black phosphate coating make each of the sockets in this deep impact socket set durable and rust-resistant." Source:


      "This high quality impact socket set is durably constructed of rugged chromium molybdenum ..." Source:


      The Icon line is also Cr-Mo:


      Speaking of Icon, is there any practical advantage of the Icon over the Pittsburgh impact sockets?
       
    2. · Camreee
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      AutoMechanic, that's what the website says:

      "The chrome molybdenum construction and black phosphate coating make each of the sockets in this deep impact socket set durable and rust-resistant." Source:


      "This high quality impact socket set is durably constructed of rugged chromium molybdenum ..." Source:


      The Icon line is also Cr-Mo:


      Speaking of Icon, is there any practical advantage of the Icon over the Pittsburgh impact sockets?
      Sockets, no. The HF impacts stay true to form, and they definitely don't rust, my craftsman and walmart sockets rusted within months and the harbor freight impacts don't have a spec of rust after a year or two I've had them and they've been rained on and left in bins with water. You need a seperate socket rail for the HF impacts, they are heavy AF and the plastic rails break too easily.

      The Icon ratchets are worth the money over the pittsburg ones. The 180 degree flex swivel head 1/4 drive icon ratchet is the coolest and most useful tool I've ever owned or used, and it was like $20 or less.
       
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