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Old 05-04-2002, 03:00 PM
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I usually buy the most complete crasftman kit I can, which comes with standard and metric sockets. I have a boat with a mercruise engine which is essentially a small block chevy engine. So I need both types.

The last toolkit I had form craftsman was top quality as far as I was concerned, and they worked great.

I'll pick up another sooner or later, but like I said I'll pick up one of those complete sets that has lets say 200 300 400 pieces, and then get the little nick knacks that just arent included.

As for torque wrenches, I say buy the best one you can afford to buy.

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