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51-Piece Tekton 1/4" Drive 6-Point Socket Set (Inch/Metric) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 51-Piece Tekton 1/4" Drive 6-Point Socket Set (Inch/Metric; 13001) on sale for $28.85 now > $28.49. Shipping is free. Thanks ahhayhay


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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has 51-Piece Tekton 1/4" Drive 6-Point Socket Set (Inch/Metric; 13001) on sale for $29.80. Shipping is free.

Walmart.com [walmart.com] also has 51-Piece Tekton 1/4" Drive 6-Point Socket Set (Inch/Metric; 13001) on sale for $29.80. Shipping is free on orders over $35, otherwise select in-store pickup where available.
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In my opinion, even though these are made in Taiwan, the quality is just as good as the old USA based Craftsman stuff. I haven't broken anything yet, but in other threads for Tekton people have said it only takes one phone call or email to get a replacement (these are all lifetime warranty and Tekton is USA based).
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Different sized fasteners and different torque ratings. For example you would use a 1/4" ratchet for a valve cover, a 3/8" for the middle ground and 1/2" for suspension work.
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I have their 1/2" set, tempted to add the 1/4 and 3/8 to my garage.
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I have their 1/2" set, tempted to add the 1/4 and 3/8 to my garage.
OK how are these tools compared to Craftsmans
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OK how are these tools compared to Craftsmans
In my opinion, even though these are made in Taiwan, the quality is just as good as the old USA based Craftsman stuff. I haven't broken anything yet, but in other threads for Tekton people have said it only takes one phone call or email to get a replacement (these are all lifetime warranty and Tekton is USA based).
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I just purchased their 3/8" & 1/4" set. I have heard nothing but good things about Tekton and their customer service.
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What would be different uses for 1/4 , 3/8, or 1/2?
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For comparison home depot has this for $45.49 : https://www.homedepot.com/p/TEKTO.../205820709 . So this a good deal.
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What would be different uses for 1/4 , 3/8, or 1/2?
In general, you aren't going to find a 24" breaker bar for 1/4" sockets and if you put that much torque on them you'd likely break them. 3/8" and 1/2" can have higher torque amounts applied to them without breaking.
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What would be different uses for 1/4 , 3/8, or 1/2?
Different sized fasteners and different torque ratings. For example you would use a 1/4" ratchet for a valve cover, a 3/8" for the middle ground and 1/2" for suspension work.
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Anyone know if there's going to be a Father's Day promotion again on Tekton? Love their stuff.
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Nice set. I like the ratchet assist feature on the driver handle
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OK how are these tools compared to Craftsmans
I have the 1/2" master set and have used it for upper control arms, struts, lug nuts with an impact no problem at all. I personally love my set.
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What would be different uses for 1/4 , 3/8, or 1/2?
Sizes of the nuts and bolts and torque.
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I have their 1/2" set, tempted to add the 1/4 and 3/8 to my garage.
I too have the 1/2" I just use the adapter to save money.
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