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Old 01-20-2016, 03:14 AM   #1
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I'm sure there are many others out there who get almost more excited about new tools than the parts they are installing. I figured I'd start a thread for this and hope it catches on too.

Anyways, I'm looking at a couple new tools right now, metal fab tools.

A tube bender, also into 4x4s and own a jeep as a daily the jd2 manual one but also have looked at the Eastwood one. I don't want the HF one, the one that just bends it without "pulling" it though a die any one have one or recommend one?

A bead roller, the Woodward fab one that around 100$ on summit

And a throatless shear, again from Woodward


I have a decent welder and air compressor with all the die/cut offs/and grinders I need already. So any other opinions on what metal fab tools I should get? I'm on a budget so not trying to get too crazy on the price but want a quality tool at the same time.

I also have been working on cars for a little more than 7 years so if anyone else needs a recommendation on what tools id be happy to recommend some.
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Also if anyone has any tools that make life easier I'd love to know about them
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I got really excited for a second when I saw the thread title, but then I realized I have no experience with metal fab tools. Sub'd for the awesomeness that is buying tools.
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I use my stubby wrenches more than I would have guessed. My newest score was when I replaced my cordless drills I went with Rigid because of the wtty but the deal was buy the nice drill set and get $100 off any extra tool. I scored a 1/2" impact driver. It easily undid the lugs on my plow truck that had been torqued to 140#'s.

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I got really excited for a second when I saw the thread title, but then I realized I have no experience with metal fab tools. Sub'd for the awesomeness that is buying tools.

Doesn't just have to have to be metal fab, any tools work
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I use my stubby wrenches more than I would have guessed. My newest score was when I replaced my cordless drills I went with Rigid because of the wtty but the deal was buy the nice drill set and get $100 off any extra tool. I scored a 1/2" impact driver. It easily undid the lugs on my plow truck that had been torqued to 140#'s.

I also gotta mention my computer and Mevo and YouTube for how to info!

I love my impact driver I use that thing for everything. I really been want to get a 1/2 impact.

I think one of my favorite other tools is my torque wrench. It's from craftsmen and digital so I can do in/ft/and Newton meters with a touch of a button. And it also ratchets so makes life wayyy easier
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Way too many people don't even have a basic torque wrench... like a $20 Jegs cheapie that does up to 120ft lbs. No idea why not.


A real good assortment of wrenches and sockets is paramount and a good storage solution so you can actually find everything.
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I use my stubby wrenches more than I would have guessed. My newest score was when I replaced my cordless drills I went with Rigid because of the wtty but the deal was buy the nice drill set and get $100 off any extra tool. I scored a 1/2" impact driver. It easily undid the lugs on my plow truck that had been torqued to 140#'s.

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I love my impact driver I use that thing for everything. I really been want to get a 1/2 impact.

I think one of my favorite other tools is my torque wrench. It's from craftsmen and digital so I can do in/ft/and Newton meters with a touch of a button. And it also ratchets so makes life wayyy easier
Electric impacts have been blowing up lately. They make life so much easier. I have the Snap-on 3/8 cordless impact and it hits pretty hard, I don't have any individual pictures of that though.

My basic list is:
-Fine tooth ratchets, just don't try taking off 350+ ft-lb lug nuts with the 1/2 version
-A Cornwell bit drive and quarter drive ratchet combo, this thing has been amazing for getting screws out of tight areas
-Snap-on flank drive+ wrench set

If you're looking for a box I would highly recommend the harbor freight model for like $350. It actually has some decent capacity and the drawers can handle smell weight. I have this one for home.
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Lots of goodies.


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Yeah I never use to use a torque wrench but now I use it every time. I think I'm going to get an electric impact gun next. It's just wayyy more convenient to not have a hose laying around my work space and having to hear the air compressor Every 5 min. I be always bought craftsmen stuff including their boxes which aren't the best tbh the rollers suck and the drawers always bind up when sliding them in. But they work for me. I'll post some pics up tomorrow of my work bench/tool boxes tomorrow.
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to clarify the Rigid is 18V cordless....I can't say if it would hold up to being used all day (IE pro) but it was sweet for removing lugs.
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Click-type torque wrenches are a godsend for lots of tasks.

Fine tooth ratchets and ratcheting combination wrenches are super handy too...got mine at Sears when you could still find made-in-USA Craftsman.

One of my more fun pick-ups was a massive old Craftsman 1/2" ratchet that is built like a tank. Picked it up for $10 at a flea market with a bunch of sockets...turns out from the mfr code on the ratchet that it was made in the early 1940s! Don't make 'em like they used to.
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Nice shop Dude! Since we bought this new Mustang I'm finding that I don't have enough metric tools. Never really needed them much before. Means I need to do tool shopping. Oh darn.
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Yep, pretty sweet.


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That's a pretty sweet setup you've got. I wish my garage had a work bench.
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Yeah when I first got my mustang I my grandpa bought me a tool kit that came with both standard and metric and didn't touch them for a couple years till my parent started letting me work on their cars lol
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Yeah the work bench is life saver I also just picked up a power probe this is going to save me a lot of time on my thunderbird now
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Recently ordered a CDI 20-150 FT/LB click type torque wrench. Should be arriving tomorrow. Not too big a fan of the Harbor Freight $10 specials, and for my basic use an actual Snap On is not warranted.

The CDI is a nice alternative. Snap On recently bought CDI, so it is basically a Snap On body with a slightly different head (fewer teeth but still retains metal locking rings).

Heard nothing but positive things about them so I shelled out the $150. Comes with a calibration cert, hard case and is good within 3% CW. Some HF models are accurate up to +12%!
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That's what most of our tools are. Snap-on's. Good products. Very few issues with them.


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Tbh I never have had a problem with my craftsmen tools, I don't work in a shop but they get used about 4-5 times a week. The only thing that is wearing out is my ratchet that I have had for about 6 years and that I've used a breaker bar on numerous times
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^Just be warned, if you plan to exercise your Craftsman lifetime warranty on that worn out ratchet, you'll be getting some Chinese-made piece now. If your ratchet is an older one, I'd recommend springing for a rebuild kit and refurbishing it yourself--will take you about half an hour and maybe $10.
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Damn what a shame. You actually know what's surprising, I worked at Autozone and we used the duralast tools on cars for battery changes and what not and the ratchets actually seemed pretty nice. Even the sockets felt nice, although I never had the right size for what I was trying to do, so can't speak on the fitment on them.
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^ Yeah...I think I've cleaned out my local Sears' leftover stock of made in USA sockets, etc. That said, I don't mean to say that a Chinese or Taiwanese company can't make good tools, it's just that most of them don't seem to care as long as somebody's buying them.

Actually, what I've started doing when I needed a new ratchet is trolling eBay for Snap-On or hitting up local flea markets. The old stuff is pretty bulletproof, so you can still find some good bargains. Got a Snap-On torque wrench (50-200 ft lbs) for like $80.
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Nice thread. I didn't start my tool collection until recently.

I have one of those harbor freight torque wrenches that I have been using on my car. They're good for the price, but they don't go high enough in torque. Found someone near me selling a barely used craftsmen digital one that goes to 250ft/lb for $60. Will be picking up this weekend.

Also, I've heard those large harbor freight toolboxes are just as good as the really expensive ones. When I move to a larger house in a few years, I plan to get one of those.



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Those big boxes aren't that bad I ise to work at harbor freight and they roll really nice and the drawers open and close with ease.
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I'll also suggest looking for used boxes. My work box is a decent Snap-on that I scored with a fair number of tools (mixed brands) for a great price.
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Those big boxes aren't that bad I ise to work at harbor freight and they roll really nice and the drawers open and close with ease.
Well seeing how you used to work at Harbor Freight would you mind telling us which products to stay away from and which ones, like the tool boxes are good buys?
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The red boxes are good, the black ones seemed be like the craftsmen I have. The sliders are just two interlocking channels where as the red ones have ball bearing rollers I believe. air tools like die grinders and cut off tools seem to be good. Never used the impacts from them Some of the "shop tools" seemed pretty nice like the sanders and saws seemed to be well built and didn't see many come back. Stay away from their cordless stuff the batteries don't last. And their wrenches are ****. They open up and round off the heads. They have good selection for consumables like drill bits and standing bits and saw blades. The air compressor seemed okay, with the amount we sold a relatively low number came back.
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I have a corded reciprocating saw from harbor, works great.

Also, that's where I bought my jack stands and low profile jack, love that thing.


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Oh yeah the jacks are good from there too. I guess I shouldn't really say anything about cordless tools, I never actually used them, just saw a lot come back for battery problems
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The red boxes are good, the black ones seemed be like the craftsmen I have. The sliders are just two interlocking channels where as the red ones have ball bearing rollers I believe. air tools like die grinders and cut off tools seem to be good. Never used the impacts from them Some of the "shop tools" seemed pretty nice like the sanders and saws seemed to be well built and didn't see many come back. Stay away from their cordless stuff the batteries don't last. And their wrenches are ****. They open up and round off the heads. They have good selection for consumables like drill bits and standing bits and saw blades. The air compressor seemed okay, with the amount we sold a relatively low number came back.
Thanks for the info. Overall they seem to offer decent product. I have a location about 45 min away from me and visit occasionally.

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I have a corded reciprocating saw from harbor, works great.

Also, that's where I bought my jack stands and low profile jack, love that thing.

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Good to hear. I am going to need a low profile jack this spring. Do you have the extended reach or standard?
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I'll also suggest looking for used boxes. My work box is a decent Snap-on that I scored with a fair number of tools (mixed brands) for a great price.
Great price = no price?

Joking aside, this is a great idea. I haven't been as lucky as you, but scoring stuff cheap when an old timer or shop closes up is a great way to get good tools cheap.
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