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Craftsman Damaged Bolt/Nut or Screw Remover Set: 5-Piece or 6-Piece Bolt-Out, 3-Piece Screw-Out, 13-Piece Spade Bit Set EXPIRED

Corwin 32,582 March 17, 2013 at 06:57 AM in Home & Home Improvement (6) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 03-17-2013 at 10:07 PM View Original Post
Sears has Great Deals on Select Craftsman Tools with additional discounts for Craftsman Club Members (discounted in cart). If ordering more than $50, save an additional $5 with promo code SEARS2012. Choose in store pick-up to save on shipping. Thanks Corwin76

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#16
$5.75 for a utility knife? I realize there is a difference in quality with name brands, but I mean damn, it's a blade and a holder. I dunno if I would even bother going to Sears to get that for free if I had the SYWR.

I used my SYWR on a craftsman 8 piece screwdriver set (made in USA) on sale for $9. I got them for $2! My father has the same set but from a long time ago. With a direct comparison you could tell the handle and steel were slightly smaller, but for $2 I won't complain too much.

Anyways, I bought these damaged bolt removers many years ago. I don't remember them working very well. Be aware that if your bolt had any chance of coming out on it's own with a wrench before, all hope will be lost after you use one of these. They completely round out the bolt as your try to turn.
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Bought quite a few of these things yesterday.
Not a bad deal, with the 5$ off, free ship/free to store (from the free shop your way), 5% credit back, and 3% urlhasbeenblocked.com.

Need lots of tools. Moving into a new house...and not having tools...spend more money on useless people to come fix minor things.
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Just an FYI.... I own the smaller sized set of the damaged bolt remover set and I needed to use it about a month ago do to a rounded head on a bolt. It worked flawlessly. Thanks OP!... I am now able to get the larger size set at a discount!!!
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Quote from Calistan View Post :
Bought quite a few of these things yesterday.
Not a bad deal, with the 5$ off, free ship/free to store (from the free shop your way), 5% credit back, and 3% urlhasbeenblocked.com.

Need lots of tools. Moving into a new house...and not having tools...spend more money on useless people to come fix minor things.
yeah, handymen are a rip off. now that you are a homeowner, learn to do everything yourself. otherwise, you will be fleeced by every contractor.

with them, everything turns into a $300 minimum job. the cost of labor these days as gone through the roof as the costs of living have been increasing by multiples above the cost of inflation due to the government manipulation in health care, home prices, and tuition.

i got quotes to patch some spots in a plaster wall in my family room and prime and paint the walls and ceiling in the room. all 4 quotes came between $1,280-$1,400. that's for 1 room i might add. i bought a $12 bucket of drywall compound and patched everything myself in ~ 1 hr. then sanded later that night and primed the walls with a $24.99 gallon of primer. the following day i did the ceiling and walls for a 1st coat of paint with a $17 gallon of cheap paint. then i bought a 2nd gallon of high quality satin paint for $38.99 and did the second coat.

total days = 3 1/2 (only working for maybe 2-3 hrs each day)
total cost = $12 + $25 + $17 + $39 + $30 (sanders, roller, brush, tarp, tray, putty knife, mud pan, sanding mask) = $123


the funny thing is, contractors then want to nickel and dime you on top of the quote for materials and they upcharge you and then keep the leftover materials. most homeowners are clueless and just hand over the money. it's highway robbery
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Quote from Medic311 View Post :
yeah, handymen are a rip off. now that you are a homeowner, learn to do everything yourself. otherwise, you will be fleeced by every contractor.

with them, everything turns into a $300 minimum job. the cost of labor these days as gone through the roof as the costs of living have been increasing by multiples above the cost of inflation due to the government manipulation in health care, home prices, and tuition.

i got quotes to patch some spots in a plaster wall in my family room and prime and paint the walls and ceiling in the room. all 4 quotes came between $1,280-$1,400. that's for 1 room i might add. i bought a $12 bucket of drywall compound and patched everything myself in ~ 1 hr. then sanded later that night and primed the walls with a $24.99 gallon of primer. the following day i did the ceiling and walls for a 1st coat of paint with a $17 gallon of cheap paint. then i bought a 2nd gallon of high quality satin paint for $38.99 and did the second coat.

total days = 3 1/2 (only working for maybe 2-3 hrs each day)
total cost = $12 + $25 + $17 + $39 + $30 (sanders, roller, brush, tarp, tray, putty knife, mud pan, sanding mask) = $123


the funny thing is, contractors then want to nickel and dime you on top of the quote for materials and they upcharge you and then keep the leftover materials. most homeowners are clueless and just hand over the money. it's highway robbery
haha yeah don't you know it. And my previous comment was referring to how I felt when I had to call a couple people to fix MINOR things (this was about 6-8 months ago). Didn't have my tools moved in yet. I didn't even have a screwdriver set since they were all at my parents house, and hadn't made time to go get them yet. Really...160$ to replace a wallplate, "check" power and replace a 2'' section of wire -.-. BUT Since then I've been accumulating tools/parts with these deals. Even if I could only partially see myself using them.....damn you SD. I'm a scientist why do I need half the crap I buy on here.. because its slick! laugh out loud
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haha yeah don't you know it. And my previous comment was referring to how I felt when I had to call a couple people to fix MINOR things (this was about 6-8 months ago). Didn't have my tools moved in yet. I didn't even have a screwdriver set since they were all at my parents house, and hadn't made time to go get them yet. Really...160$ to replace a wallplate, "check" power and replace a 2'' section of wire -.-. BUT Since then I've been accumulating tools/parts with these deals. Even if I could only partially see myself using them.....damn you SD. I'm a scientist why do I need half the crap I buy on here.. because its slick! laugh out loud
electricians are even worse. they charge $75 per outlet to replace with a GFCI, LOLOL

if i made $75/hr at work...i sure as hell wouldn't be driving my beater Jeep anymore that's for sure haha
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p/u this Craftsman 12 pc. Metric Easy to Read Impact Socket Set, 6 pt. Deep, 1/2 in. Drive...Made in USA! Big Grin the newer set w/ sturdier case are Made in China Frown
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#23
Thanks! In 4 the damaged screw and nut remover sets.
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#24
Thanks OP.
I picked up the 5pc screw/nut remover set today to fill in the empty spots in the case of the 6pc set that I purchased last year.
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#25
Highly recommend these for those that work on autos, atvs, and outside equipment. If you end up stripping a bolt with the appropriate size remover, drop down one size, tap it on with a ball peen hammer and try again. Of course a little heat always helps. This is one tool that I hate to resort to using but so glad it's there when needed.
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Dear Corwin,

Stop posting so many good Craftsman deals and making me go broke all of the time trying to fill my tool box.

Sincerely,

Medic
Dear Medic,

I figured your home improvement arsenal would be pretty well supplied by now, but I guess not.
Look on the bright side - if you buy all of your tools on sale, at least you'll have twice as many tools to use when you're broke. Big Grin

Sincerely,
Corwin
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#27
i think the answer is no but would the screw extractor set remove stripped screws from a laptop (ie, really tiny screws)?
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i think the answer is no but would the screw extractor set remove stripped screws from a laptop (ie, really tiny screws)?
In another thread someone said they used them to remove stripped screws in a PSP.
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#29
p/u both set...Bolt Out Kit 5 & 6 pc. set woot Made in USA!
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#30
Howabout the pliers? I could use some but not sure these aren't reduced enough. When I search to see if they've been cheaper, all I can find is the $8.99 mini plier deals.
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