More than enough.. if it holds like previous experiences I've had. You'll be buying a bunch of extras..http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00933182000P i was just wondering if that would be good for the thunderbird....like will a 182 pc be enough? (besides the specialty tools)
Ratcheting wrenches - yes. Come in very handy many times, but.. handy in addition to that would be ratcheting wrenches. They really come in handy
seriously.. I dont get that. Second time I did UCA's I remembered the hassle of the first and KNEW there had to be a better way. So I searched till I found it.on the UCA bolts.
And for 50 bucks you get a lot more frustration reducing stuff. Lots more six point wrenches and sockets.http://www.sears.com:80/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00927032000P?prdNo=21&blockNo=21&blockType=G21
if you can swing it, ive got 2 of these. comes in a nice box, with trays with everything labeled etc. i take one to the track with me all the time. its got alot of what id need and space in the top to add more crap.
Well said. I bought a torque wrench from Sears for $80 about eight years ago. It began to give me faulty responses (clicking early or several times during sweep) and I went back to the store: no dice. They wouldn't even look at it or replace it.I personally would avoid Sears/Craftsman their quality is not what is was nor is their service.
Perfect example Torque wrench is sold has a hand tool but they will not repair/replace one (I'm not talking recalibrate). Yet Lowes/Kobalt not a problem.
When I worked at a sears auto center all the more experienced techs would bad mouth craftsman tools and how management would tell the tool trucks (snap on, matco, mac) not to come by our shop, and that the techs "need to be buying craftsman." Craftsman is good for basic sockets and wrenches but for torque wrenches, and ratchets its best to buy it off the tool truck.Well said. I bought a torque wrench from Sears for $80 about eight years ago. It began to give me faulty responses (clicking early or several times during sweep) and I went back to the store: no dice. They wouldn't even look at it or replace it.
I still have the damn thing laying in the trunk. It technically still works but I don't trust its accuracy anymore.
I think thats just the dealer. I've never had an issue with SnapOn, and I've dealt with a few different trucks. Now the Mac guy we have he's a pita. I've had a broken ratchet on my box for months waiting for him to come in. Plus he downtown have squat on the truck. Matco guy is the best, no really he is, look up John Wolf.On a second note if you do not have a tool truck coming by on a regular basis snap on tools are the biggest junk you can get. There is no place you can send tools to be replaced, their dealers are independant and if you call them wanting them to stop by to replace some tools they will never return your call. If you chase one down they tell you if you do not have an account with that particular dealer you cannot get them replaced and refuse to set up an account. I have about 25 broken snap on swivel sockets and now am forced to use other brands. A major company that I think builds the best tools in the world was overlooked. S&K, they stand by their product no matter where you got it.