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    Any Snap on dealers

    On this sight that I could get a hold of? Need a few tools? My local guy is a piece of shizit! Lee


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    Work Harder, Millions on Wellfare Depend On Us! ultramaxracing05's Avatar
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    man when I used to work at the ford dealership. f****ng Snap On guy and Matco guys will compete and come almost every 2 weeks, Like wtf? tools dont break that fast, nor need replacement.
    I'l just stick with my good ol craftman. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultramaxracing05 View Post
    man when I used to work at the ford dealership. f****ng Snap On guy and Matco guys will compete and come almost every 2 weeks, Like wtf? tools dont break that fast, nor need replacement.
    I'l just stick with my good ol craftman. lol
    Matco area manager lives right accross the street from me.
    Sweat tools but not cheap either. You should see the tool boxes that come thru his place.

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    Snap-on all the way My snap-on guy comes every wed as i always have broken stuff. No longer have mac in the area anymore and when he was he didnt warranty anything POS I wonder why he had to close down

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    Work Harder, Millions on Wellfare Depend On Us! ultramaxracing05's Avatar
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    only snap on thing I bought was a tire blower/gauge for $50.. I never then bought again, too expensive, I can get same quality from craftman, and i never have to wait for my tool to be replaced or wait for the rep to come, I just drive 15 mins away and go to Sears.

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    Re: Any Snap on dealers

    I love snap on tools.

    Yes there Is a rep on GH. Look for jck422 I think. He's a snap on guy


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    Quote Originally Posted by BluUltra250x View Post
    I love snap on tools.

    Yes there Is a rep on GH. Look for jck422 I think. He's a snap on guy


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    It's either that or jck4422... his name is Joe he is president of the NJPA Crew chapter of the AWA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultramaxracing05 View Post
    I'll just stick with my good ol craftsman.
    Im with you. Cant beat their hand tools. Cheaply priced and lifetime guaranteed.

    My buddy's dad bought some old rusty wrenches at a tag sale for a couple of bucks, complained at Sears about the rust and exchanged them for new ones.

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    Work Harder, Millions on Wellfare Depend On Us! ultramaxracing05's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by twelvesorbetter View Post
    Im with you. Cant beat their hand tools. Cheaply priced and lifetime guaranteed.

    My buddy's dad bought some old rusty wrenches at a tag sale for a couple of bucks, complained at Sears about the rust and exchanged them for new ones.
    worry free when you crack a socket, when using the small ratchet instead of stepping up to the medium size ratchet

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    So when is the last time you went to sear to buy a 1 5/16 impact socket? or a 30mm 6 point box end wrench?

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