Ive used and abused a lot of their tools and never had a problem with them. Now walmart tools on the other hand is a completely different story
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I can't even use Craftsman tools, I've broken about 50% of the ones I've used and those were the old ones when they were supposed to be good. I'm all about the Matco tools, don't think I've broken a single one of them. Broken a few of my Snap on tools though.
Just about every one of my tools are craftsman. Ive broken a lot of snap-on tools and had real bad service when i tried to get them replaced. Ive never had a problem with sears about replacing broken tools.
Yep Sears tools are good, not the best, but when the fail you drive down the road and swap them out. Strap=on charges 5x for the same tool, takes their sweet @ss time coming to the shop to swap it, then doesnt have it on the truck, takes a month to get it........... Thanks ill stick with Craftsman and swap it out issue free the same day if fails.
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You know most harbor freight tools are lifetime warranty if you take em back they will give you a new one no questions asked and dealing with snap on yeah waiting once a week for them to show up and get a ratchet fixed is a pain although I do like there tools.
Most of my tools are all special order anyway where i work on rvs. Snap-on doesnt even carry a lot of my tools so ive stuck with my craftsman plus they deliver to my shop where as nobody else but the interstate battery man does once every 3 months
I was cleaning the gears in my ratchets one day when I noticed the 1/2 drive Craftsman gears looked identical to my 22" long flex head K-mart 1/2" ratchet. I use the K-Mart ratchet for breaking bolts loose with a 24" extension pipe. Both ratchets still work perfectly! I have broken a few sockets, but only when they were used improperly, . i.e. .. my fault.