Originally Posted by tech69
but then there's that guy that has snap on everything. He's the guy the snap on rep heads to every thursday for some $$$.
It's like signing an adjustable.
When I was starting out as a general line mechanic after getting out of the service there were several graduates of TSTI (Texas State Technical Institute) working at the local Ford dealership who hired on about the same time as me. They had these big rolling Snap-On tool boxes that looked like commercial chest type freezers. They had everything Snap-On and poop pooded anything that wasn't Snap-On. Once a week the Snap-On guy would come by and take most of their paycheck. Of course these guys were not married and that was what they were working for (to pay for their tools).
Note: Snap-On are fine tools and I do not disparage anyone who can afford them.