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post #32481 of 35072 Old 05-16-2019, 08:18 PM
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I'm not a big fan of Snap-on tools because they're way over priced. But I have a 3/8 100 ft lb torque wrench that I've had forever and the ratchet's been slipping. Found a rebuild kit on fleabay for $15 and now it's good as new. Can't get a cheap one at HF for that (well you can with a coupon) <img src="https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
That’s why they are NOT overpriced. You buy them ONCE.
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Thatís why they are NOT overpriced. You buy them ONCE.
The tool truck guy wouldn't fix it, said it was to old and he couldn't get the parts, weird since I got em. A 3/8" ratchet should never cost $100 or more, they are way too proud of their tools.
SK, Proto, Wright, Cornwell, even Craftsman are just as good. Hell my boy broke my Pittsburgh 1/2" HF breaker bar and since their tools are all lifetime warranty I took it back and they gave me the top of the line one that they carry for my trouble.
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Our snap on guy refused to repair my favorite ratchet (3/8 head in a 1/4 handle) he keeps telling me it's a military application tool and not covered
They have no issues taking your money then claiming zero responsibility
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Some things I buy off a truck, some things i could care less about. If it's getting hit with a hammer or it is a hammer, getting a cheap one lol

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Actually my snapon dead blow ball peen hammer is my second favorite tool
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Actually my snapon dead blow ball peen hammer is my second favorite tool
I have a 4 lb mini sledge I got at Menards that will do just about whatever I need. If that doesn't work I have a CP air hammer that will do it. lol

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Everyone say hello to my new commuter. The awd shag wag

Got it for $300 w/262k because the p.o. Didnít want to work on it to fix a slight idle issue. I got it running in less than 10 minutes. I attribute my knowledge to working on the 6.0 so much haha. Oh itís a 5 speed too. Iím excited


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Everyone say hello to my new commuter. The awd shag wag

Got it for $300 w/262k because the p.o. Didnít want to work on it to fix a slight idle issue. I got it running in less than 10 minutes. I attribute my knowledge to working on the 6.0 so much haha. Oh itís a 5 speed too. Iím excited

Feels good to have something go well from start to finish ( the purchase and the repair ) , sometimes
a break ( or a blessing ) comes when least expected .
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Feels good to have something go well from start to finish ( the purchase and the repair ) , sometimes

a break ( or a blessing ) comes when least expected .


Oh yes it does. Especially when Iíve never ďworkedĒ for less that ten minutes on the truck.

Still needs some work but itíll be all easy stuff
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I have a 4 lb mini sledge I got at Menards that will do just about whatever I need. If that doesn't work I have a CP air hammer that will do it. lol

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If neither of those will get it...fire will, love the smoke wrench.
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