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Craftsman 320-Piece Mechanic's Tool Set for $179.99 + $53.99 in SYWR Points

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Description Item # 00999030000P Model # 9-99030
  • 1/4, 3/8, 1/2-inch Drive Tool
  • Inch and Metric Sizes
  • 320 Pieces in Total
  • Case Included


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You work hard to make sure everything works like it should, and this 320-piece set mechanic's tool set from Craftsman will help you get the job done. From any project as complicated as spending the day under the hood to a task as simple as tightening bolts, you'll have the tools you need. Since no two jobs are the same, this set comes in an array of sizes and measurements so you will always have what you need on hand. That's another job done with the help of Craftsman.

  • Includes quick-release ratchets in 1/4-inch, 3/8-inch and 1/2-inch drives
  • 152 sockets (6 point, 8 point and 12 point) in both inch and metric measurements
  • 4 extension bars help extend your reach
  • 8 combination wrenches let you slip in where the ratchet won't go
  • Comes with a magnetic handle with 12 nut drivers, inch and metric
  • 96 screwdriver bits give you quick power and versatility
  • Comes with 40 hex keys and 4 adapters
  • Includes a 3-drawer case

Online Only. Get 30% CASHBACK in points on select tools sold by Sears Excludes Paint and Plumbing tools, Clearance, Great Price and Unilateral Pricing Policy items. Also excludes DeWalt brand tools. Offer Valid for Shop Your Way members only. Must be a Shop Your Way member logged in at Sears.com to receive this special offer. By accepting Shop Your Way member benefits and offers, you agree to the Shop Your Way terms and conditions, available at www.shopyourway.com/terms [shopyourway.com]. Points awarded the next day and valid for 7 days. Maximum $100 in points per member. Points earned will be added to your Shop Your Way account and can be used on your next purchase. Only Shop Your Way members are eligible to earn or redeem points.
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Usually craftsman sets like this go on sale around holiday for half of their "never sold at that price" retail. So I wouldn't be surprised to see this at $149 with minimal points if someone would rather wait for that.
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Have had the same set for year's love it, it's helped alot with the vehicles..mainly my truck where everything has had too be changed out.
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136 pieces are screwdriver bits and Allen wrenches. Save your money.
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Kmart had it about 2 weeks ago.....$135 with $24 back in sywr points.
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136 pieces are screwdriver bits and Allen wrenches. Save your money.
When working on modern equipment, a variety of screwdriver bits and allen wrenches are often necessary to remove various clips, panels, shields, clamps, brackets, etc. No mechanic's set of tools would be complete without them.
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When working on modern equipment, a variety of screwdriver bits and allen wrenches are often necessary to remove various clips, panels, shields, clamps, brackets, etc. No mechanic's set of tools would be complete without them.
Lol. At most you need a dozen bits, not 96. I've never needed an Allen wrench on a car, now I've needed large T handle hex wrenches or sockets, but never an Allen wrench.
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Lol. At most you need a dozen bits, not 96. I've never needed an Allen wrench on a car, now I've needed large T handle hex wrenches or sockets, but never an Allen wrench.
Different cars have different fasteners. But if you are working on only one type of car, then maybe you should buy individual tools tailored specifically for that make/model instead of a large general use kit that is intended to be useful for a wide range of applications.
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I have an older version of a similar set, but it was from about 6 years ago when the last of the made-in-USA stuff was being cleared-out. I think it was about $200 on a sale. Of course this new one is a made-in-China set. But it was a similar set with the pre-formed drawer storage cabinet.

I will say that when my brother-in-law visited (he has years of mechanic experience so I always give him jobs to do and pay him), he used that set to do all sorts of car repairs. He pretty much only needed the tools in that set for everything he did (I had other tools in garage toolboxes but for most things this type of set covered what he needed.) Exceptions would be items like pliers, saws, hammers, or a torque wrench which are generally never part of this type of set.

If you are looking for a nice pretty comprehensive tool set that is easy to stay organized in the cabinet it ships with, then this is probably a good place to start. Smaller sets generally wouldn't have enough of the larger sizes, 1/2" drive, deep sockets in many sizes, etc. This will be made in China but from reviews the quality isn't bad.

SYWR deals are actually pretty good but you have to follow-up and make sure to use the points within the terms allowed.

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When working on modern equipment, a variety of screwdriver bits and allen wrenches are often necessary to remove various clips, panels, shields, clamps, brackets, etc. No mechanic's set of tools would be complete without them.
I have countless driver bits (think like well over 100), from various tool sets I've bought over the years. 95% of them never got used. I would guess the vast majority of people don't use the proper driver size/shape, because the first or second one they grab usually works good enough.
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Soooo 150 sockets, 100 bits, and 40 hex keys = 290 pcs of pure BS filler. WHY are you guys TU this crap? LMAO
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This is a good set and craftsman has lifetime warranties on all their hand tools. Just walk into sears with one and they'll replace it on the spot no questions asked. I own this set and many other craftsman tools. I work for a Tug company and regularly work on a variety of equipment. Heavy industrial equipment to autos to salty marine equipment. Craftsman are good tools
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I bought it during blackfriday and the 1/4 ratchet broke, sucks.
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Soooo 150 sockets, 100 bits, and 40 hex keys = 290 pcs of pure BS filler. WHY are you guys TU this crap? https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-LMAO.gif
If you truly can only see the need for 30 of these tools for the kind of work that you do, then you are a perfect example of someone who should not be looking at a general use mechanic's tool kit, but should instead be picking and choosing only the specific tools that you need from open stock. But really, if your specific tool needs are so very limited, why are you even looking in this thread?
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Different cars have different fasteners. But if you are working on only one type of car, then maybe you should buy individual tools tailored specifically for that make/model instead of a large general use kit that is intended to be useful for a wide range of applications.
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Lol. At most you need a dozen bits, not 96. I've never needed an Allen wrench on a car, now I've needed large T handle hex wrenches or sockets, but never an Allen wrench.
I believe you missed the joke. Allen and Hex are the same. Allen is a brand name currently owned by Apex Tool group. Its used interchangeably like Torx and star with Torx being the brand who invented the star shaped fastener.
Allen keys or wrenches are not that common on a lot of cars or at least for most general maintenance but a good set should be included in any automotive tools set as well as Torx. The issue most people take is the 1/4" bits and provided are generally crappy and used to make the tool set seem larger. There would be less complaint it they included Allen and Torx sockets or T handle drivers rather than bits and allen keys.
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