I have been working on cars for over thirty years. I can't think of a single time, that the tight reach tool would have been useful. I have a set of long gear wrench ratchet wrenches, that can get into tight places.
Them proto impact guns looks a lot like mac tools "the daddy". tool box is a waste, just wire an extension in and use the feckin keys... the tite wrench, I have a long reach ratchet.... does better, more torque. Them hood lamps are a complete waste of materials. The T-bar will break more than it removes.
The press is a beast though.
Hey the air impacts standing up, lol isn't that were the quick connect goes. Let's do this correction in a advertisement voice"stands up until you install the quick connect adapter, then it lays down like all the rest"
Holy sheepshit Batman. Can't believe I just voluntarily watched a 10 1/2 minute commercial. Some pretty great tools, I'm sure, but my old lady can replace most of them. She can hold a drop light for hours on end, can reach into tight places, and has an unbelievable amount of nut busting power. She's also relatively cheap and low maintenance.
"Only" takes 6 hours to charge??? Mmm kay... I need that like I need a Bluetooth tool box. Sorry, that was as far as I could go. I can see millennial "mechanics" walking around being their phone zombie selves checking their tool boxes (between checking water heater settings and refrigerator contents) all day. Yep, gotta have dis chit.
Save your money with the tite reach. That's infomercial material all the way. While I've used sockets for other than socketing lol.. in my 30+ years as a diesel mechanic, I don't recommend the socket press unless you're doing super light duty work. Lastly, if I ever saw someone in my shop with an app controlled tool box I would kick his as.. but that's just me
+Jord Wylde I know how it sounds. When I first opened my shop I was like"haha no it doesn't" then my extension cable ripped up some paint lol. It does happen. But a microfiber towel prevents it for sure. The clamps on the light also scratch paint so I don't know what the point is. I prefer plasti dip because it just doesn't scratch and is so much easier to prep for and to apply. Plus my customers prefer it.
I've used them they are a little better than most say. Works in certain applications not all. The DIY isnt worth it.
Combined with low profile sockets and you can get away in a lot of spots.
I would not connect them together, that's too many joints
Btw. that Stanley Proto, that is nearly 300 USD, seems like its made by M7 (Mighty Seven) tools in Taiwan.. and you can get almoust identical M7 impact wrenches at one quarter of the price. Just saying, everything is outsourced so..
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