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11-Piece Craftsman 6-Point 1/4" Drive Socket Wrench Set

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Sears.com has 11-Piece Craftsman 6-Point 1/4" Drive Socket Wrench Set (Metric or Standard) on sale for $8.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks Corwin
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This set is perfect for working on foreign automobile and motorcycles as well as other projects requiring metric sockets Comes with a Craftsman warranty w/ purchase. Offer valid for online purchase only while supplies last.

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awesome deal. I got one set of each and picked up at store.
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can someone recommend a USA made set. I don't mind paying for it.
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I received a pair of these, metric and standard, about 20yrs ago for Christmas. I still have them and use them regularly.
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can someone recommend a USA made set. I don't mind paying for it.
For manufacturers, I know Williams, SK, Proto, Armstrong, Wright and Snap-On.

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can someone recommend a USA made set. I don't mind paying for it.
Honestly check eBay and Craigslist. Ton of "new old stock" and good deals on older used Craftsman USA. Preferably Craigslist though. It seems like the people on Craigslist (at least in my area) haven't figured out the value in old used USA tools. They price them like 15yr old tools rather than at a premium for USA made. Ebay often prices at a premium. I picked up a brand new in package never used set of craftsman 1/4" deep sockets from a guy on Craigslist the other day, he threw in a USA ratchet for $10. I've also seen a few people selling small handheld toolboxes FULL of old craftsman tools, in every drive size deep and shallow with wrenches for like 125. Just keep an eye out and be patient.

Also check out cripedistributing.com its a gold mine
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For manufacturers, I know Williams, SK, Proto, Armstrong, Wright and Snap-On.

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That reminds me another good thing to lookout for on eBay CL and Cripe is old Kobalt stuff. The older Kobalt sockets were made by JH Williams, who is an OEM supplier for Snap On. There's almost no difference between old Snap on and Kobalt sockets. And they tend to be priced a hell of a lot lower on the used market. Cripe has a ton of old Kobalt
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can someone recommend a USA made set. I don't mind paying for it.
Believe it or not, Menards house brand, Masterforce.
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Got both for $10 after free cash and syw points.
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I bought this set at Kmart a few months ago. I find the ratchet is rather sloppy. Not as solid "click-latch" as I am used to with my other sets. The socks in my set also do not quite match the metric sizes of my other metric sockets. Quite disappointed. Just an fyi.
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I received a pair of these, metric and standard, about 20yrs ago for Christmas. I still have them and use them regularly.
But are they really the same?
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I bought this set at Kmart a few months ago. I find the ratchet is rather sloppy. Not as solid "click-latch" as I am used to with my other sets. The socks in my set also do not quite match the metric sizes of my other metric sockets. Quite disappointed. Just an fyi.
Thats tje problem with a crooked corp like sears. Used to be quality now junk, its a bait and switch, fraud really.
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Over the course of the years I have never had to pay for these as i have gotten multiple of these sets for Free. Wink
I have all the sets(1/4,3/8,1/2) Thank You SearsApplause
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