Topic: Re: Not happy with Kobalt 227 piece socket set
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I worked in the auto body work trade most of my working years. When the Guvment said we'd all have to switch to metric tools, i bought 3 different socket sets from the roving tool man. Those sets had everything i'd need for fixing the new cars that had metric fasteners. A product of Korea! The tool man said they'd never break, but he guaranteed them any way.
Now, some of you know how long ago that was! And i am still using them, in lawn mower and tractor repairs. They have lasted as long as i needed them. Nothing broke, but the ratchet did wear out after about 20 years. The tool man has gone to his final reward, but his tools are still working!
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