Good Prices on Tools

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06 Dec 2012 09:58 #12771 by wallyp
Good Prices on Tools was created by wallyp
If someone wants to buy you some tools for Christmas (or the holiday of your choice), have them check the Tool World at Lowes. My local Lowes has some very good metric sockets, and other tools, at greatly reduced prices. The tools have a lifetime warranty...

Wally Plumley
928 Specialists
www.928gt.com

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06 Dec 2012 10:04 #12772 by mm928
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Already on the list I gave to my sweetie...! HA

1983 928S - 16v 4.7L L-Jetronic
Dark Grey w/ Blue Leather
85/86 exhaust manifolds
Y-Pipe
SS Hi-perf Cat
S4 springs
Bilstein shocks
Air pump delete
VIN: WP0JB0926DS861180
- - Isn't Life great? - -

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06 Dec 2012 20:40 #12789 by Kiln_Red
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The Kobalt socket sets are very nice and I like that they are easy to identify when you're looking for the correct size. Also, Kobalt name tools are produced by Snap-On and carry a lifetime warranty. All of my drive tools are S-K or Snap-On. But if I had it all to do over, I wouldn't have bought *everything* from the tool trucks. Quality tools weren't as easy to get your hands on then. When you depend on them for your living, you want good stuff. Now, a person can go up the street and get tools with the same warranty as the tools I own. The only advantage of pro tools today is the convenience of dealing with a tool guy for your needs and maybe the fit and finish. Craftsman are bulky and aren't as ergonomic usually. Craftsman and Kobalt are the two names that I recommend for DIYers. Don't care for Gearwrench stuff.

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07 Dec 2012 21:19 #12806 by xstepson
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Now, a person can go up the street and get tools with the same warranty as the tools I own.


You try that in Texas and you're liable to get yourself shot. Guys down here guard their tools closely so some carpetbagger son-of-a-gun doesn't try to "go up the street and get their tools." I've sure as heck never heard anything about giving them a warranty on stolen tools either.






Oh wait!

Nevermind.

Jk :)

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