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    Any tried this Torque Wrench from sears?

    http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...id=00944599000

    Looks like a digital meter that connects to any 1/2 drive -

    Tim


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    Like the story goes YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. IMO Sears wrenches suck. Check out this site CDI Torque products www.emaxaction.com

    This is the same wrench as a Snap On. I checked it out. The only diffrence is the warranty 1 year on CDI Snap ON Lifetime But is the same wrench. CDI affordable - Snap On $$$$$$$$$ Good Quality.
    Hope this helps

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    No offense but Your telling me Craftsman sucks?? Now I have heard EVERYTHING!


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    craftsman DOES suck... but i own all their shit anyways bc it's cheap and lifetime warranty u know how many broken tools i got waitin to go back there?

    u def get what u pay for with tools.... u won't talk into any serious machine shop or machanics tool chest and find craftsman

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    I have NEVER heard anyone that had a problem with craftsmen...And I have never broken one of there tools...but I guess its possible...But who cares if it does suck, which I dont think it does, if you break it they give you a new one for free, so no big deal...

    Lets say you buy that CDI one after one year if it does break for some reason you out your money....

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    You Decide No Brainer
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    I choose the Snap ON

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    Yeah it looks better but looks dont perform...

    I just dont see paying twice to threes times as much for the same thing...

    Just and example do not use prices as judgement to what I am trying to say, but snapon is about tiwce to 3 times more expensive then craftsman on average....just for even numbers...

    Lets say you are going to buy a screw driver...

    Snapon has one for 100 bucks ( I know not the price of a screw driver)
    yet Craftsman has the same exact screw driver (maybe a little less quality but the same exact peice and the same LIFETIME warrenty) for 40 bucks...

    Lets say you own the screwdriver for 10 years and the Snapon screw driver never breaks yet the craftsman screw driver breaks 3 times...

    You still save 60 bucks to spend on something else...PRICELESS! Because all you ahve to do is return to sears and they give you a new one for free! For life!

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    Blown I see where your going Anything will break If you misuse it
    The way I am using this tool is to do Super Charger Clutches And I was told by CDI It will last as long as a Snap On as long as you don't abuse it
    Anyway its the same wrench. Only the Warranty is diffrent And besides how many people beat the shit out of a torque wrench.

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    I know I know...

    Really tchies, its 6 of one half a dozen of the other bud...Pick which one you think will perform the best to your needs!

    Dr. Len ahs a point about the better quality....

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