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“Fine tooth” ratchets (generally classified as 60 teeth) are common these days.

To be clear, the reverse fork and dual hub gear work together in creating one of the toughest ratchets in the market.” While that satisfies our curiosity about the reverse fork design, it begs yet another question, what’s a “dual hub” gear?

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There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding the new Axis Series ratchets from Mac Tools.

That’s not to say the previous ratchets were bad, they were tough rats with years of proven reliability under their belt, but they were lower tooth count, acceptably but not overly smooth, and failed to really stand out in today’s market where finer tooth counts have become the standard.

They may be a little late to the party, but the Axis Series ratchets have finally arrived.

There’s nothing traditional about the Axis ratchets.

With wonderfully beveled edges, the USA emblazoned selector, a two part oblong shaped comfort grip, and thick beautiful chrome, the Axis is pleasing to both the hand and the eye.

Rather than opt for a doubled up XL mechanism, Mac developed the concept into a similar yet distinct single pawl design, and in doing so created what is in my opinion the most impressive detail, the tooth engagement.