|01-23-2004 07:12 AM|
Duct tape, JB Weld, and a big hammer.....kidding.
Don't scrimp on the compresser. Big two stage standup. I use a little 5hp single stage on a thirty gallon tank, and some of my tools keep it pumping continuously. I'd want a much larger one if I had to depend on it for a living.
|01-23-2004 06:53 AM|
Air compressor and air tools are definitely a versatility to own. I'm so used to using them at my old job changing tires, I need to get one.
Breaker bars, will save your butt too. Torque wrenches. Craftsman is good for a business, IF they break, take em to sears and get a new one. No problems at all.
|01-23-2004 01:14 AM|
|01-23-2004 01:13 AM|
|BstMech||What ever tools you end up getting (it's a never ending thing), make sure that you get a good engraver to insure that they'll remain "your tools".|
|01-23-2004 01:09 AM|
Re: Tools of the Trade
Craftsman tools arent bad at all really. They break, but almost all tools break sooner or later. My dad always used to say that if you never broke a tool, then you werent trying hard enough.
|01-23-2004 12:49 AM|
Tools of the Trade