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7-Piece GearWrench 84000D Hook and Pick Set EXPIRED

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Amazon has 7-Piece GearWrench 84000D Hook and Pick Set on sale for $17.16. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks akshon

Note, expected to ship 9/8.

Includes:
  • 5" Cotter Pin Puller
  • 4" Hose Puller Pick
  • 4-1/2" Awl
  • 3-1/8" Mini Full Hook
  • 3-1/8" 90° Mini Hook
  • 3-1/8" Straight Mini Hook
  • 3-1/8" Mini Offset Hook
  • Blow Mold Tray
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Amazon.com has the GearWrench 7-Piece Hook & Pick Set (84000D) on sale for $17.16. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders over $25. In stock on Sep. 8.

What's included:

- 3-1/8" Mini Offset Hook
- 3-1/8" Straight Mini Hook
- 3-18" 90 Degree Mini Hook
- 3-1/8" Mini Full Hook
- 4-1/2" Awl
- 4" Hose Pick Puller
- 5" Cotter Pin Puller

I own this set. Good quality tools and the tray is not too flimsy.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002EYI19M
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I've had 2 sets of the Harbor Freight hook and pick set (one for home, one for truck). They are $1.99. Had them for at least 6-7 years and have held up just fine.
https://www.harborfreight.com/min...63697.html
They are a cheaper alternative if you don't need the heavier duty tools.
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There is a coupon for 99 cents for that tool set for those who are interested in that route. not sure how to post it for everyone.

Code number is 42226869
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Lowest price ever according to CCC. It looks like its usually $25-$30. Thanks- I grabbed one. These are very helpful when working with heater hoses.
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Got a set! My only picks and the 2 dollar orange handles from harbor freight
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I got this set on the last SD posting. Very happy with it. Lots of uses in and out of the shop. Just used one yesterday to get a half lemon out of a water jug!
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I've had 2 sets of the Harbor Freight hook and pick set (one for home, one for truck). They are $1.99. Had them for at least 6-7 years and have held up just fine.
https://www.harborfreight.com/min...63697.html
They are a cheaper alternative if you don't need the heavier duty tools.
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I've had 2 sets of the Harbor Freight hook and pick set (one for home, one for truck). They are $1.99. Had them for at least 6-7 years and have held up just fine.
https://www.harborfreight.com/min...63697.html
They are a cheaper alternative if you don't need the heavier duty tools.
There is a coupon for 99 cents for that tool set for those who are interested in that route. not sure how to post it for everyone.

Code number is 42226869
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For what it's worth, I bought a similar set off E-Bay years ago for a couple bucks. Super generic and handles are only average quality. But I use them often and they are holding up very well.

Maybe save like $13-$14 off this deal if you don't require something more robust.
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I am trying to figure what to use this for, then how/where to store. I guess if you need it would be invaluable to have.
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Another cheapo set $10
https://www.harborfreight.com/pic...69592.html [harborfreight.com]
👍 I'd recommend going cheap for hook/pics. They tend to get lost & damaged easily so no real point in buying nice ones.
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I am trying to figure what to use this for, then how/where to store. I guess if you need it would be invaluable to have.
Lots of uses in maintenance/repair.. pulling o-rings out of things, scraping crud out of crevices, getting in tight spaces, etc..
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If you use them daily then the better ones will work out in the long run. The cheapos at HF are ok but brittle. I have a snap on set and a HF set and use the cheap hooks from HF for jobs I know are rough on the tools where holding up is not a concern and use my snap on ones when money is on the line. These are still pricey compared to other offerings on amazon, suggest one looks around. My advice is to get 2 HF kits so there is always a good backup for jobs one may have or if a tool gets misplaced.
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if you change radiator or heater hoses, these are a big help regardless of whether you pick the HF or gearwrench set. used a pick this week to get heater hose off,
as a matter of fact.
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Perfect for a low budge horror movie set.
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For lock picking?
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