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Old 06-16-2014, 12:23 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yeah, there are always better tool choices. Most of my really good stuff stays in the garage. I figure this set is just to get me out of a bind.

I did notice that after crawling around under there the other day that the steering components have a lot of threaded bolts that are long enough where a deep well socket would be required or may not be enough. That is one reason why I decided to try out this Max Axess set of tools...........we'll see if they perform.

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Old 06-16-2014, 02:00 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Yeah, there are always better tool choices. Most of my really good stuff stays in the garage. I figure this set is just to get me out of a bind.

I did notice that after crawling around under there the other day that the steering components have a lot of threaded bolts that are long enough where a deep well socket would be required or may not be enough. That is one reason why I decided to try out this Max Axess set of tools...........we'll see if they perform.
That Max Axess set looks totally cool!

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Another reason I wanted this set is that they had sizes up to 1" and 25 mm, which you rarely see in these medium sized sets. I figured for $76, it will last forever and I get the warranty.

They make a set that is all chrome and the set is more refined in terms of machining, which is nicer. I had a smaller chrome set in my garage that was offered a few years back. I have only used it once, but now I wish I had the full size chrome set too.

I have had very good luck with my Craftsman tools and the warranty. The only time I got screwed was on a jack that started leaking...............no warranty cause it was imported...........wtf.
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