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Breaker Bar: http://amzn.to/28X8m6M
A good beginner socket set: http://amzn.to/28UCiRf
A good beginner wrench set: http://amzn.to/28Wt72C
Wireless OBD2 Scanner I use: http://amzn.to/1XNUGfz
Jack I use: http://amzn.to/28Wtfzg
Impact Gun: http://amzn.to/28Rj7cb
How to Fix Wheels with Scratches and Curb Rash: https://youtu.be/9WQiqYlpxoY?list=PLDD611CFB36FC65F2
How to Fix your Car's AC: https://youtu.be/pCv7rCdcXsc?list=PLDD611CFB36FC65F2
What Work Gloves are the Best: https://youtu.be/2jMPQh7DTs8?list=PLvKbarVtwhUt6f0lv4aoWQBS9eZl7tS9S
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You know Chris. It's weird because I'm in high school right now and I also work at Pizza hut and I'm saving to buy my first tool cart. I have an 82 Camaro Berlinetta. You should make a video on how to fix and clean car upholstery
I get free tools a lot by helping people move. iv'e gotten everything from loaded tool boxes to vintage table saws. people don't want to move what they don't use, and they are heavy so most people are more than happy to part with at least a handful or two :)
Analogy: Pittsburgh is like Pittsburgh the place.... that's it.
i still totally use them for shit jobs and for beating on with a hammer lol but they are awful.
Craftsman ratchet wrenches were a good investment for me. They were $100 for a set of metric and American. The only issue I have with them is the body thickness of the wrenches. If there's a nut or bolt that's really in there, you're gonna hurt your hands. But Craftsman offer great starter tools for a good price. Husky tools are built well and are a pretty quality.
Lol I don't know why y'all don't like snap bc 1 they come to you 2 it build my credit and I'm 18 so I don't have no credit but they let me build it anyway 3 if you trade your tool box in they give you what you paid for it 4 if it breaks they give you a new one
Good idea. Had trouble getting my oil plug off today. Plus it was raining. So I just sprayed all I had on it, which was WD-40, and abandoned the job for today. I'll get a bit of pipe tomorrow. Hopefully no rain. It's a good thing I bought an extra plug. I have a feeling the one on it right now will be roughed up by the time I get it off.
(Someone else changed the oil last time, not me.)
ps. An impact driver is on the list of future buys.
My dad would always insist on keeping an old rusty pipe in every car for that exact purpose. (That and an old wood block for use as a wheel chock). I didn't really see the point of it until my tire blew out on the highway and I had to change to the tire. That rusty pipe and I have been best friends ever since. (Although I got him a breaker bar for Christmas as a thank you. Although he still thinks his pipe is better 😂)
Craftsman: Lancia= Unreliable, unique and expensive.
Ryobi: Toyota= Reliable, Inexpensive, and Common
Rigid: Rolls Royce= Reliable, Expensive, and High Quality
Milwaukee: Jaguar= Overpriced, High Power, and Great Quality
Makita: Porsche= Slightly Overpriced, Reliable, and Rare (My favorite brand of tools)
Bosch: Yugo= Overpriced, Junk, Rare, and Unreliable
Hitachi: Daihatsu= Cheap, Common and Slightly Weird
When I buy my tools, I don't really care for the brand. I care more about where it was actually made. As long as it's built in USA, I'll buy it. I try to avoid Chinese made garbage. I've had Chinese made tools snap and break on me.
If you are working on Japanese motorcycles, those screws are not Philips. A JIS set is not expensive and prevents stripped screws.
P.s. Wera is Volkswagen. Stahlwille is Mercedes Benz. Gedore is Porsche.
Gearwrench is the game changer at a great price you get more tools for the money and that what it is all about. Gearwrench will put a hurt on Snap and Mac and kill off Matco and Cornwell. As for Matco tools made in China at Snap-on prices come on. The only thing they make are toolboxes for the massive mark up. Harbour Freight has the best boxes for the money. Cornwell are shit tools and the dealer only last less than a year then you won't see another one for 20 years. Craftsman all but dead. Stanly, you pissed away 1 billion dollars On Craftsman when you should off put it into Mac reduce cost or help out your struggling dealers.
I suggest buying a harbor freight roll around cart as a first storage unit, they vary in sizes and go on sale all the time. Where I live you can catch their biggest box at $120 on sale, and $89 for the smaller one.
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