Originally Posted by postrucks
nutcase, I agree with oldred, buy the best. The only drawback I have with snapon tools is finding a reliable, dependable dealer. I have twenty plus years in aircraft maintenance doing everything from overhaul to line mx. Almost everything is snapon in my box but in all that time I have had only one snapon dealer that was dependable.
And here is the real problem with the tool trucks. They go on vaction, they are sick, they for got to order that tool that broke. We have at our shop right now a Snap on tool that broke. Yep they break too. It has been on order for over 6 weeks. i have seen this over and over with the tool trucks. You owe them big money and you get warranty. If you don't owe them a ton of money or you anf him don't get along for what ever reason, good luck.