Originally Posted by david-b
I absolutely hate Harbor Freight tools. I've broken so many of them over the year... ratchets, sockets, wrenches.... they're just cheap. Prefer to spend a little more money up front to get tools that will last. I have Craftsman tools that my Great Grandfather used. Would like my tools to last like that too. I'll probably just go to Sears and see what they got in a full package like that.
Good thinking, Harbor Freight is my last resort. Something like the little shorty wrenches, I bought a set to get my headers off and they still come in handy once in a while. Try your REAL parts store in town (not the "McParts" stores) and you will often find quality tools like S&K. Believe it or not Lowes sells Kobalt which is a Snap On tools label. They are really pretty good I have found.