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i looked but i dont see any threads for just sharing what tools we use that are good. apolegies if i did. ill start (of course)

Dewalt sawzawl:

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purchased late 90s, used and abused,still going strong.


lincoln electric weld pak 100 hd:

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spent 4 years on the floor aof a dirty garage, still in use.

stanley 3/8 ratchet:

http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-91-929-8-Inch-Release-Ratchet/dp/B000NJ63UY

much older model. no idea where it came from but its great.

ryobi 4.5 inch angle grinder:

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10051&productId=100529101&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&ci_sku=100529101&ci_src=14110944&cm_mmc=shopping-_-googlebase-_-D25X-_-100529101&locStoreNum=6346&marketID=14


second one. first had a switch short from moisture, fixed and used 2-3 years. bought current one 2 years ago when we couldnt get a grinding disc out of the old one (bent 3 tools). still going. (am i supposed to do maintenance or something cause the gearbox is getting hot and i dont know if im supposed to put grease in it:whiteflag)

i have more but not going to look for them. i wanna hear from everyone else here.
 

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Most of the time ya get what ya pay for, but...

Got a set of tools at work. Benchtop.
Wrenches from 1/4 to 9/16. Sockets from below 1/4? to 7/8. 1/4 and 3/8 drive.
Same thing in wrenches and sockets whatever metric would be. Had a full set of screwdrivers and allen wrenches. Plus a tool box. $100.

Bought a set of wrenches from Big Lot's. 1/4 to 1 1/4. $20.

Bought a lot of Craftsman. But seriously the only thing I like is the price and they are easy to replace.

I love my Milwaukee sazall. Milwaukee 1/2" cordless drill.
Got a Bosch 1/2" hammer drill. It's a beast.
 

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Most of the time ya get what ya pay for, but...

Got a set of tools at work. Benchtop.
Wrenches from 1/4 to 9/16. Sockets from below 1/4? to 7/8. 1/4 and 3/8 drive.
Same thing in wrenches and sockets whatever metric would be. Had a full set of screwdrivers and allen wrenches. Plus a tool box. $100.

Bought a set of wrenches from Big Lot's. 1/4 to 1 1/4. $20.

Bought a lot of Craftsman. But seriously the only thing I like is the price and they are easy to replace.

I love my Milwaukee sazall. Milwaukee 1/2" cordless drill.
Got a Bosch 1/2" hammer drill. It's a beast.
i want my next cordless to be a ryobi 18volt 1/2 " drill, all of mine are 3/8". oh yeah, black and decker 3/8" corded drill, tough litttle bastard
 
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