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Old 11-04-2009, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Propwash
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...


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Hi dj, I have been a real car guy ever since i can remember. And yea about the ony thing i have ever bought is some pry-bars and a few odd and ends myself, I just had never been to the store before just wanted to check it out i guess..........Cole
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