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Old 04-07-2011, 02:34 PM
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SK 3/8 Drive Swivel Impacts #33351?

My boss has a set of SK 3/8 Drive Swivel Impact Sockets #33351 that he's interested in selling. It's a 10 piece set with sizes 10mm-19mm. The set is in good condition...... but it's missing the 15mm. What would be reasonable to offer for the set?

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Old 04-07-2011, 03:39 PM
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If he really wants to sell them. Hand him a $5 . If he laughs at you, hand him another $5. I wouldn't go higher than that for used tools.
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Less what they are selling for brand new.Don't break them if you buy them,SK is not warranting tools yet still under restucturing.I had the same set at work,now at home.Replaced the set with a Matco set a couple weeks ago because of the pinless design.
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I'd like to get the 15mm that is missing, but if that's not available from SK.... well... he better not expect much. The Warranty thing is something to think about.
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Swivel impact sockets are a must for any mechanic, but they do not last long if used regularly. Check them real close and if you can feel any slack in the swivel pass on them.

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Vince got that right. I had many of these back in the auto shop days. Great for R&R trans and motors.

Caution... they can creat real finger and hand carnage when they come apart!!!! also wear safety glass when using them.
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Good wobblies are expensive. I haven't used SK but the quality of their tools is excellent so I assume those are good ones. On the Snap on truck those were several hundred dollars for a set, try buying just one and you will see they are $40+ each.
I have the first set I ever bought, Mac 1/2 inch that are 35 years old and I never had one fly apart. They have been used a lot too.
When I bought my 3/8 drive metrics I chose not buy the whole set but just the ones I use. You will never need an 11mm or 16mm or 19 mm. Besides 11 mm and 7/16 are the exact same size.
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I have replaced every SK impact swivel at work with Matco and Matco does not give them away.I am very happy my Matco impact swivels,use the pinless design which are stronger and last longer than the pin design.Armstrong and Craftsman use the pinless design too.
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