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Old 08-21-2002, 02:27 PM
Herr Leber Herr Leber is offline
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After destroying 2 Craftsman breaker bars in the same day, I promptly spent $80 bucks on a Snap On. My time has indeed become money.

Snap On tools are fantastic, but I like many others cant always afford them. Special applications require them, like Porsche flywheel

I have had good results with some SK Tools, but they are not cheap either.

I have mostly Craftsman but as I break em I replace em with something better and affordable like Husky. Some of the Husky stuff is identical to the top end professional Craftsman.
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