> As long as there's a lifetime guarantee and a store to
> honor it at the nearest mall, it's Craftsman all the
> BTW, I'm still using Craftsman wrenches that belonged
> to my Dad. Don't know exactly when he got them, but
> he's been gone over 20 years, and the wrenches are
> still in good shape. I guess you can say they've held
> up pretty well. Even if the quality today isn't what
> it once was, the guarantee still is. They're still a
> good value for the buck, IMHO.
I don't know how it is in other places, but here in Texas you can
find someone selling Craftsman hand tools at all of the major swap meets.
Buy them for half what Sears charges, take them back to Sears if something
'74B in faded Citron