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Old 03-29-1999, 06:37 PM
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MR. DOC-(MASTER TECHNICIAN)CAN YOU HELP ME OUT WITH THE LIST OF TOOLS I'AM TRYING TO PUT TOGHETHER FOR DOING REPAIRS ON PRACTICALLY ALL THE PARTS ON MY CAR...engine,suspension,steering,brakes,tune-up,exhaust>>>>BASICALLY THOSE TOOLS THAT WILL ALOUD ME TO REMOVE,REPLACE,AND FIX THESE PARTS....>>I'VE BEEN WANTING TO BUY TOOLS FOR A WHILE ALLREADY, BUT I CAN'T SEEM TO GET MY LIST TOGETHER.

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Old 03-29-1999, 09:57 PM
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PMV,
Seems like I have about $50,000 in tools mostly from Snap-on & Mac tools. For weekend repairs you can get some good tools from Sears, but if want real Quality buy the best!! There is always at least one more tool that you'll need to get the job done.

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Old 03-29-1999, 10:17 PM
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PMV,
I still work on Mercedes autos every day. I have about 40,000 dollars plus in tools and spend about 3 to 5 thousand a year to maintain this set and to keep current.

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