Just don't plan on them replacing that when it breaks. I had one
break a while back and they would not replace it. They gave me a small
discount on a new one that didn't have a warranty!! It was Sunday and I
really needed it, but never again.
Scott Hall wrote:
>On Mon, 21 Apr 2003, Diane and Roland Dudley wrote:
>>I know you're looking for something other than Craftsman, but their tools
>>are guaranteed for life. Or at least the ones I bought back in the 60's
>I think nearly everyone's are. sears is just usually lax about the 'no
>abuse' policy. the truck guys will sometimes hook you up to electrodes
>for questioning before issuing a replacement.
>>You may not like Craftsman, but if Sears will replace your old rachet at
>>charge, what have you got to lose?
>heh. endless amounts of gas, time, and precious patience dealing with the
>droids. to me that last one is enough not to go into sears unless I think
>it's *really* worth it.
>>As for the torque wrench, I bought a beam-type from Sears with a range of
>>0-600 inch-pounds. That's only a max of 50 ft-pounds, but I've found it
>>be adequate for all my low torquing needs. I don't recall what I paid
>>for it ,other than feeling that the price was quite reasonable. I know
>>was way cheaper than the higher torque click-type wrench I have.
>I have a sears clicker torque wrench. I always wonder if it's accurate,
>but other than that I've got few complaints.
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