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    Re: What size wrench - Seville heater core pipe fitting

    I've switched to Stanley hand tools for a bunch as they are good quality and don't have to sell a Kidney for a set... Some HF tools are very good(hand tools) and some ain't worth scrap prices. I have busted every known brand of tools regardless of maker... The cheap a$$ sockets I don't keep anything but real small sizes in case I need a backup when I drop the good one into the sink hole that my cars keep my tools in...


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    Re: What size wrench - Seville heater core pipe fitting

    I've been "In the trade" for over 50 years. And they don't strip out or break or rust like snap-on tools do. Another very good tool is Mac tools. Far better than snap-on but also very expensive. Best ratchets are SK. Bought new ones to replace the snap-on ones 35 years ago and still use them without a problem. A snap-on or craftsman would have to have a rebuild kit in about 2 yrs.
    Dave


    Quote Originally Posted by ronluh View Post
    Snap on tools are more for professional every day situations.....

    Harbor freight more for the once in a while do it your selfer.......


    When I worked in the trade Craftsman, Pittsburgh would crack & strip.
    snap on tools were reliable ..
    .. has lasted me for years.....and made wallet lose a bunch of weight ...
    Nothing worse than having to ask another tech to borrow tools when your cheaply quality tools break and you got 3 cars on the rack..

    You lose time and money in the trade......but at home is different ....

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