Harbor Fright (not a typo)
I have never needed a tool so badly that I would purchase it from HF. I've been there (have a buddy that comes down from Alaska once a year, and he always goes in there to buy sheaves and shackles, and an occasional other item or two) a few times, but even though I'm not an engineer, I know what a good tool looks like/feels like/works like - and mostly their stuff just doesn't "jostle my jewels". I've heard guys say good things about some of their offerings, but largely most of the real car guys I know give them a wide berth and stick with tools that will last a bit longer than the job at hand.
That's my two bits...
'someday, someone may kill you with your own gun, but...they should have had to beat you to death with it because it is empty'