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Old 05-08-2014, 05:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking Stanley 145 piece tool kit review



This is more a review for the new guys/cheap asses(like myself)

it's $60 at walmart

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•3/8" Dr. Pear Head Ratchet
•3/8" Dr. Extension Bar
•3/8" Dr. Universal Joint
•Three 3/8" Spark Plug Sockets
•Seven 3/8" Dr. Deep Sockets
•Twenty 3/8" Dr. Sockets
•Five 3/8" Dr. Sockets
•1/4" Dr. Pear Head Ratchet
•1/4" Dr. Extension Bar
•Sixteen 1/4" Dr. Deep Sockets
•Nineteen 1/4" Dr. Sockets
•1/4" bit holder
•1/4" spinner handle
•12 combination wrenches
•16 hex keys in SAE and Metric
•Thirty 1/4" Dr. Specialty Bits
•10 nut bits

I've been using this kit for over 2 years, with this and a 32mm socket and 1/2 breaker bar I swapped my engine with no issues. I've left the whole box outside, open in the rain and the nut bits got a little surface rust on it. I eventually broke the 3/8 socket using a 6ft cheater bar
I bought a replacement at HF and keep this kit in my car. for $60 you're not gonna find much better than this.

I give it a 4/5 as it could use some more wrenches.
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12 point a necessity for doing any drive line work on the Honda though.
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12 point a necessity for doing any drive line work on the Honda though.

That is true, they have a cheap set at Harbor Freight which not counting jacks I'm in about $80 on necessary absolutely necessary tools


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harbor freight has some good deals
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