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Im getting ready to buy a new set of tool next weekend, I was wondering wich ones would yall choose?
 

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well..since i work in the automotive industry and i know the quality of snap on and i use them everyday..m.y vote is with snap on
 

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the only prob, with snap on is it takes a mouth to traid in any tools if thay break or it does down here any way. i would go with the craftsman you cant beat the price and all you have to do is walk in and exchange the broken tool and thay will give you a new one right there:thumbup: well thats my 2 cents
 

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I like Snap-On tools....I have broken so few of them that it is of litle concern. I have broken quite a few craftsman tools.....but they are really easy to turn in. To get the most bang for the buck I'd buy a Craftsman Set......But never buy them unless they are on sale cause as soon as you do buy them at full price they will go on sale and you will be pissing and moaning!
 

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I'd say craftsman. Of course, I've also never had a problem with my Great Necks from AutoZone.

Anyways, why does poll utilize checkboxes instead of radio buttons? Kinda defeats the purpose, eh?
 

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I would say Snap On. Although they are expensive IMO you can't beat their wrenches.
 

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The Home Depot's Husky tools are good, plus they have a life time warranty. Home Depot will also validate Snap-on and Craftsmans warranty also. Just take them to HD and they will replace the broke item with a husky for free!
 

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I like Craftsman:headbang:

But I usually use regular off-brand tools more at work and they do just fine. I got tools from Pic'N'Save and the 99cents Store that work just fine. (sometimes you just don't want to have expensive tools lying around at work)
 

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CRAFTSMAN all the way!!!

Just go to a pawn shop or yard sale and sift thru all the tools till you find a good Craftsman one (they'll be there, you just have to look). If it breaks, take it back to Sears and you've got yourself another one.:D
 
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SNAP ON ALL THE WAY
THAT IS ALL WE USE AT MY DAD'S SHOP AND THEY WORK REAL GOOD!
 

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Snap-On is good. Craftsman is good. Kobalt and Husky is good. Just get what ever set that fits your budget. Around here running down the Snap-On guy is kinda a pain, and with sears I've just walked in and out 2 minutes later with a new tool. Broke 4 ratchets since Jan 6th;-) I'm rough on my **** with 4-5ft pipes for breaker bars. Everytime I get a new one no questions asked. Haven't tried Husky or Kobalts warranty, but I'm sure its just as good. Just don't let them know what you were doing. For air tools, Snap-On all the way, unless you want Ingersol-Rand.
 

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the only prob, with snap on is it takes a mouth to traid in any tools if thay break or it does down here any way. i would go with the craftsman you cant beat the price and all you have to do is walk in and exchange the broken tool and thay will give you a new one right there:thumbup: well thats my 2 cents
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