I'm having trouble hearing the difference between socker and sockret. When I started a couple months ago, there was a different speaker, and I had no trouble. But they (you all) changed speakers and this woman drops a lot of word final consonants Bo' for bok, ma' for mat. Those I figured out because the vowels don't diphthongize like they would in open syllables. But in this sentence I basically hear sock[əɾ] at normal speed. In the slow version I hear sock[ɾɛ], but only the faintest hint of t. It would help to be able to hear socker and sockret side by side for this speaker.
Now that I'm listening more, I might be hearing some glottalization in the final syllable (like Danish stød), is that it?