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Ford Truck Club Forum > GARAGE TALK > Garage Talk: The Tool Depot™



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Old January 24th, 2010, 04:25 PM
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LOL! Craftsman is ok if you dont plan on doing much mechanic work or light stuff at that. Craftsman is mainly a homeowners grade of tools. A set of these should last the average homeowner a lifetime. In my line of work, I have some Craftsman just for the small stuff. ANYTHING else in my box is Snap-on, Mac, SK, Matco, Ingersol Rand (air tools), Blue Point (cheaper than Snap-on), and 1 set of cheap wrenches incase I need to grind one down to fit in a tight spot. Im not grinding on a $30-150 wrench to get it in a spot.

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LOL.... been there
My dad gave me a set of popular mechanics sockets and ratchet when i was 12 or so. Little did he know me and my friends stole bikes and stripped them with that same exact set. Still have to this day use it for oil changes on the truck and car.
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So no more chop shopin Bikes???


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no... looking back i wish i hadnt done it. Being a father myself i would hate to see my kids have anything stolen from them. But they say hind sight is always 20/20
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