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Tanga has Snap-On SuperGrip Gloves + Snap-On Mechanic Gloves for $20 + $2 shipping. Thanks hypoh

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Edited July 17, 2013 at 02:28 AM by widgit
Tanga [tanga.com] has a set of two pairs of Snap-on Gloves for $19.99 plus $1.99 shipping.
Set includes 1 pair of Snap-On SuperGrip Gloves and 1 pair of Snap-On Mechanic Gloves.

Sizes available are M, L, XL.

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miss the days when Costco had a pair for $9.99!
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In for a pair... Same price as my craftsman mechanics gloves & I can look pro with Snap On doing amateur DIY projects in my garage haha j/k

granted its $2 for shipping, if Costco had these for $9.99 a pair, it's essentially the same price & same price as Craftsman's which aren't the best (thread stitching & finger feel/dexterity) as long as these aren't worse, I'm good for dry dirty projects like suspension, axle/hub, & brake projects.
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Quote from BlkBimM3r View Post :
In for a pair... Same price as my craftsman mechanics gloves & I can look pro with Snap On doing amateur DIY projects in my garage haha j/k

granted its $2 for shipping, if Costco had these for $9.99 a pair, it's essentially the same price & same price as Craftsman's which aren't the best (thread stitching & finger feel/dexterity) as long as these aren't worse, I'm good for dry dirty projects like suspension, axle/hub, & brake projects.

If I buy you a pair, will you come replace my struts for ? look around
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Got one pack for $5 at ace hardware about 2 months ago.
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If I buy you a pair, will you come replace my struts for ? look around
Send them over & you'll find out the answer haha

Lol short answer no! I only do my own cars, wifey & family.

way too much labor for $22. A shop would charge at least 2-5x that per corner on my cars plus parts. I just installed kw coil overs & powerflex bushings on my m3 & Koni's with eibachs on the S2000 from the redshift deal & have done enough suspension work for the year (or the next couple years).

I was quoted $1,500 by a shop for the s2k so decided to do it myself, didn't even want to know what a shop would charge for KW's installed on the m3. I did my alignment there though, cuz I couldn't do it myself in my garage lol
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How does compare to Craftsman or Kobalt?

I've been looking for a pair and was considering the Kobalt pair. Any ideas?
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The pair is $25 + $5.49 shipping on Amazon, sold by Snap-On. [amazon.com]

Anyone know where these are made?
in a factory?
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I wore these for a hard year of restoring three vehicles. Definitely the best gloves I've used. They are not heavy duty protection, but are flexible and give good grip. Eventually various fingers wore holes in them the stitching started to rip so I gave them away. I had found those originally for 9.99 at a parts store. When I went back to buy another pair, they were 24.99, so this deal is great for me.
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Secret Techs wear latex gloves not these when working to keep their hands clean
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In 4 1. The road to financial ruin runs through SD! Wink
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Does anyone know how the sizes are on these gloves? Really good deal.
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Does anyone know how the sizes are on these gloves? Really good deal.
Size Guide:

Medium: palm measures approximately 3.4"
Large: palm measures approximately 3.8"
X-Large: palm measures 4.25"
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