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Old 10-27-2009, 08:07 PM
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Originally Posted by classicautoresto
I have to say I have had no problems out of my english wheel from them. I use a ultrafine scotchbrite to clean the wheels after use. I use it only a few times a month, but it works well. As for Brian's comment, I will agree most is garbage, but there are a few good usable tools if you know what to look for.
There are a FEW, I admit it, I have bought a FEW. I needed s shortie set of wrenches the other day at home (had a nice set at work) and bought them at HF, they got my headers off, worked fine. The furniture dollies I bougt for moving around tranmissions and stuff, well worth the 10 bucks or what ever I paid. I buy a tool now and then, even after careful consideration from this pro I still get a about a 50% hit or miss. They are by and large GARBAGE.

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