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Old 12-25-2012, 09:20 AM
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Used to be SnapOn. Since I don't work in a shop anymore, I don't buy a lot of new tools. I got tired of the Snap On men frowning when I ask to fix a broken Snap On tool. So now mostly Craftsman with the Snap On. As the Snap On break I replace them with Craftsman. Lots easier to get warranty and they work just fine for my home shop.

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