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31 Responses to “ Tool Tech – Hand Tools [S1 Ep.13-4]”

  1. s0nnyburnett says:

    Cornhole tools

  2. KamiCrit says:

    HAHA the BFH! Great tool!

  3. Alrick Bailey says:


  4. Brandon CJ says:

    fucking right they will grow legs and walk away if you dont have them in
    the box lol

  5. Matthew Burhans says:

    Fuck your show

  6. Jeff Woods says:

    Matco is high. anything is better then Crapsman. Matco has some nice tool
    boxes though.I can tell you like Snap-on, they are the best in my book
    also. I have a mechanic friend he is all Matco. lol. 90 Percent of whats in
    my box is Snap-on. Im done with Sears forever. I had 3 bad situations with
    Sears. 1 over a tire and the other a tool and the other a
    Lifetime made in the USA or not i will never ever buy another Craftsman
    tool in my life.

  7. wafrederick says:

    I had a dealer about 3 years ago that went under.Now have a Matco dealer
    that comes in every Friday.Cheap tools do come in handy,make specialty
    tools out of them since there is no warranty on them

  8. DieselCrawler86 says:

    @revontheredline2 Indeed, It also reads that the warranty offered is only
    to the original purchaser. So if you do not have a slip for the tool you
    want replaced they can also refuse warranty.

  9. rob roberts says:

    if your a pro and use the same tools over and over again or working on the
    space shuttle or something of course get snap on or the equivalent tools,
    but anything short of that I think craftsman, kobalt or dare I say harbor
    freight tools will usually get the job done. I don’t have any harbor
    freight tools but I think if someone doesn’t have a lot of money and wants
    to wrench shouldnt be under the impression that they cant get a job done
    with cheaper tools.

  10. HunterCO1 says:

    obviously you have no idea what your talking about. First off I do it for a
    living I want to get the job done I don’t care about shit tools. I will
    take any snap on tools and use it for what ever reason I need and it takes
    it. Yes they do break sometimes but they can take a shit ton of abuse
    before they break. If your snapping ratchets all the time get a snap on one
    and see what happens! It’s not what your doing wrong it’s called shit tools!

  11. jankeautotech says:


  12. Twinturbo120 says:

    I have had no trouble with my cheap harbor freight tools. If you do
    something stupid, even with expensive tools, you will break them. It’s all
    about the treatment.



  14. ht19gale82 says:

    let me clarify, you can get whatever brand in a tight spot and for
    “temporary”, but when you can afford it get the good stuff, I myself have
    the harbor freight jack stands and other “cheap” tools…but i get the
    cheap stuff when i am broke and need something fast

  15. wafrederick says:

    My Matco dealer replaces anything worn out.I have sent in wore out sockets
    into Mac and recieved replacements.I hear nothing but warranty
    problems.Latest was a ratchet,The ratchet,dealer would not fix considering
    it was not broken.This was a shop owner’s employee’s ratchet,slipping
    getting busted knuckles and this happened three times.My father knows the
    shop owner,did not call Snap On on this.Gave the dealer an ultimatuim: Fix
    the ratchet or stop getting money from his employees.

  16. Jeff Woods says:

    @Gshock714 I hear ya. I paid $270.00 for a drill bit set. hell if you brake
    one they dont replace it. you are better off to buy 8 new junk sets. I was
    on the snap on truck last week. we always fuck him he doesnt fuck us. we
    pay cash. lol. He said he had some used shit for sale and its cheap and he
    isnt going to warrenty it and its snap on. i said thats cool used you dont
    warrenty anything anyway. and then we both laughed. hell its the truth.

  17. Nathan Myers says:

    I hate when I leave perfectly good tools at the junk yard. Just a few weeks
    ago I accidentally left a good ratchet and a few of my best sockets at a
    junk yard. $50 latter and I have all of my tools again. My advice to you is
    don’t be a dummy and forget tools on top of a junk yard engine for someone
    else to pick up.

  18. Gshock714 says:

    @jhampton1989 As a ASE certified technican I now use Kobalt,SK &
    Craftsman..saved a lot of money too with very good quality on the new
    Kobalt 72teeth ratchets & sockets havn’t broke one yet & I put them thru
    hell that even my fellow co worker friends started gettin them & was
    surprised by the smoothness & quality.I am thru wit overpriced tool trucks
    especially Snap On.Come on now we not gonna spend more money on tools than
    our salary are we?? lol

  19. Eyebrows Mahoney says:

    That being said, I am looking at getting a full professional tool set. I do
    enough work that I think it would be beneficial to have…

  20. Doug Mills says:

    Check out Open End Ratchet Wrench from Ratchet Tech video.

  21. Kevin Dhooge says:

    that is why you buy snap-on tools

  22. Eliud Munoz says:

    B.ig F.ucken H.ammer

  23. Jeff Woods says:

    mmm I got a cornwell catalog but no price guide. The cornwell man gave me a
    book on stuff for sale. I about craped at the prices.My god.. I was like
    for that price i will keep buying Snap-on. They say the Cornwell tools are
    the same dies and tooling from the 50s so i figured they be good tools.
    Honest I never heared of Cornwell till last year. lol. Its Mac Matco SK and
    most of all Snap-on in my box. lol.

  24. OkieJoe126 says:

    They are all pretty high, Cornwell in my neck of the woods were always
    pretty high, And I have worked in the northwest and south, where I
    currently call home. The biggest rip off in my book is Mac. They always
    break and a mac dealer is hard to come by. Seems like the Mac tool drivers
    never last. I stick to Matco and SnapOn. Everyone has their preferences
    when it comes to tools, this is just my 2 cents.

  25. BundysGarage says:

    Who won the toolbox?

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