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Good deal on craftsman tool set

Sears has Craftsman 95-piece Mechanics Tool Set w/ Easy To Read Sockets for $40 - 10% off in cart = $36. Choose in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise it's $7.50.

Craftsman 95 pc. Mechanics Tool Set with Easy-To-Read Sockets

106-piece set (without easy-to-read sockets) is available for $50 + small filler item (such as this one) - $5 off $50 coupon SDEALS817 = $42

Craftsman 106 pc. Mechanics Tool Set

I have the 95 piece kit in my truck at all times, used it on every mod I did to the ranger and the f-150, has every socket I've needed but a 19mm deep for the body lift. Great kit to have and cheap too! I'm getting another one that I can keep in my toolbox in the garage.
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Good find.. I love sears!!!
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Yup, Craftsman all the way!!


Lifetime warranty is literally as easy as taking your broken tool into Sears and they will replace it right then and there at the counter!


If your going to buy tools, dont get that walmart crap - get something quality.. or you'll regret it a few years down the road when things start breaking down a bit!
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Yup, Craftsman all the way!!


Lifetime warranty is literally as easy as taking your broken tool into Sears and they will replace it right then and there at the counter!


If your going to buy tools, dont get that walmart crap - get something quality.. or you'll regret it a few years down the road when things start breaking down a bit!
my craftsman wrenches also fit bolts and nuts better in my experience. my chinese made wrenches that i have lying around in my tool box are always loose compared to the same size craftsman
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looks like a good deal. One thing I always say is you can never have enough tools, even if you have 5 of the same thing
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looks like a good deal. One thing I always say is you can never have enough tools, even if you have 5 of the same thing
Ditto on that! Theres a reason I bought 3 sets of extensions.. I had a 3 foot extension going through my wheel well to get to some header bolts that made it waaay easier on me then having to crawl into a tight **** area to get my air wrench in to do some work.

Buy a few sets.. make yourself happy if you can afford it, lol
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As long as a tool has a lifetime warranty you cant go wrong! As long as you dont loose it you will have it forever! and if you do you aren't out as much!!
I personally dont have any craftsman, I am a bit of a MAC *****. I also buy alot of Mastercraft Maximum stuff from Canadian Tire because it has a lifetime warranty and is good quality.
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it even has chrome looking wheels...lol
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it even has chrome looking wheels...lol
Ya, they are just plastic hubcap type things on black casters tho. But theyre pretty pimp' haha,, i might take them off because one is cracked
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Nice find Trent. Thanks for sharing. Now, whether to get the 95 or 106 um....
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speaking of craftsman, am i the only one that low ***** ebay auctions for craftsman stuff almost daily haha
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I got the 106 since I already have the 95 in the truck. The 106 has 3/8 deep sockets and 1/4 deep sockets where the 95 only has 1/4 deep sockets.
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Yea thats what I was thinking, getting the 106. I'm actually looking at other things to buy. Whoops.
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ha, i dont think ive spent less than 100$ at sears. i went in one day to get some socket racks and walked out with 20 screwdrivers and their professional line of pliers... 120$ ha
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ha, i dont think ive spent less than 100$ at sears. i went in one day to get some socket racks and walked out with 20 screwdrivers and their professional line of pliers... 120$ ha
You too? Cheapest I spent was $75 on 4 items lol.

EDIT: thats not true. I drove a friend to sears since he needed some tools and I noticed they had a set of softshell bags on sale. Got both of 'em for $15.
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well in that case i did buy a 68cent hitch pin the other day from sears... but when i buy tools i spend a ton, not that its difficult to do when one wrench is 5$
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Snap-On ftw!
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Snap-On is way to expensive unless your using them everyday. Craftsman turns the bolts just as well for me
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Snap-On ftw!
Snap On is good sh*t, I use snap-on body hammers because i like the handles, but our snap-on guy is only at the shop every other week and is a bit of a douchebag so i dont buy a whole lot off him anymore. Plus the MAC guy gives me killer deals because I spend so much money on his tool truck.
You Americans need to experience the wonder of Canadian Tire if you like Sears, its like sears but with only the good stuff, no beds and junk, haha.
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My dad's childhood best friend owns 5 snap on trucks here.. i get some serious discounts.. can't wait till i have my own place he is gonna hook me up with every tool he sells in a nice big toolbox
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Just placed my order for the 106 along w/a magnetic tool pick up and a 3 ton jack, jack stands and creeper set. All for $145 (the Jack, stands and creeper kit alone is $150). I think I just stole the stuff.

Thanks again Trent.
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Haha very nice. I need to get a new creeper, I ran over my other one haha
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Haha, good one.
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were u trying to flex on it trent? lmao
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I left it under the truck and forgot about it so when I went to leave, crunch lol
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