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Old 02-08-2010, 05:27 PM
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HF Tools reviews website

I noticed a lot of questions about various HF tools and thought this site might be useful if info local to hotrodding forum is not available.

http://hfreviews.com/reviews.php

It seems to be unbiased and I think you can register and post your own reviews.

My own opinion is if you are expecting superior performance over a long tool life you might want to look elsewhere. If you need a particular tool for light duty uses, you might find an HF tool to suit you.

Of course it is better to buy American if your budget will allow it.

Bob

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Of course it is better to buy American if your budget will allow it.
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Or if you can find it!
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Or if you can find it!

Good point Oldred! It is getting harder to find American made. Even old name American companies sometimes put their name on imported goods. Some of them even charge American made prices for the imports.

I bought a Ford Escort in 93 and walked down the row looking at door tags to see where they were made, Mexico or USA. The only difference I could see were the Mexican made ones had a tachometer. They were the same price as the ones made in the USA. I guess they didn't pass the savings on to the customer. I bought the USA version. I sold it with 150,000 miles on it. I don't know if the Mexican version would have lasted that long or not.

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Thanks for the tip! I'm sure I'll use that site. A lot of times I see tools in HarborFreight and wonder how well they work. I'll just check on there. Sometimes I try to check on Hotrodders.com, but it can be difficult sorting though all the forums postings.
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