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200-Piece Craftsman Evolv Mechanic's Tool Set

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Kmart.com has 200-Piece Craftsman Evolv Mechanic's Tool Set (10026) on sale for $57.94. Select free in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks brisar

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Sadly, only 1 K-mart left in my state, 1.5 hr drive.
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Does this set have the tools for me to learn how to change out my wheels on my car? Winter is rolling around and this would be awesome if I could switch out my summer for winter tires at home!
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I own a ton of craftsman tools. This line is garbage. I think they might be worse than Stanley.
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It's in the same price bracket. Allen wrenches are filler. Bite me 💅
Didn't realize I was dealing with a child until now. Thank you for the heads up.
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Who's thumbing this up?
1. Thinks Craftsman is still good, from before Sears hollowed out the product line with cheap junk

2. Don't realize "Craftsman Evolv" is a lower product line, not even up to the crappy Sears Craftsman standards

3. "Cheap, doesn't matter if it breaks the first time or rusts before I use it"

I'm still hopeful that SBD will revive Craftsman. Seeing some nicer Taiwanese-manufactured Craftsman tools at Lowe's now, though none of them will hit Sears/K-Mart.

SBD is planning a US factory for some Craftsman lines next year - I'll believe it when I see it.
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Does this set have the tools for me to learn how to change out my wheels on my car? Winter is rolling around and this would be awesome if I could switch out my summer for winter tires at home!
No! You need a 4 way to break loose the lug nuts. If you use your included car kit, you'll need to kick the smaller wrench to break the lugs loose. Easier said than done. Your manual will show you the jack points. They're usually under the doors, close to the wheels.
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Pretty much but craftsman didnt use to be made in china not so long ago as far as i know its just the evole line of tools that are made there
I bought evolv impact sockets in the last sale. They are made in Taiwan. Typically the tools from there are better. Set looks same as craftsman just seems to have evolv etched in under craftman name like an after thought. t
The warranty though is evolv level not the typical craftman on the impacts.
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Craftsman Evolv is a big step down from Craftsman. Worse warranty, worse quality.
Obvious misinformation. Craftsman Evolv has lifetime warranty, and thicker grips/steel than other budget tool brands.
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Does this set have the tools for me to learn how to change out my wheels on my car? Winter is rolling around and this would be awesome if I could switch out my summer for winter tires at home!
If the only goal is to change tires, I would not buy this set.

Most cars have enough tools to change a tire in case of emergency in the trunk. But if you like to make your life easier...

1) Not sure what your lug nut size is, but generally ranges from around 17mm-23mm depending on the car. I would get this for $12: Evolv 10 pc. Deep Impact Socket Set They are deep, 6-points, and impact ready (more on this later) Smilie.

2) Torque wrench to tighten your lug nuts to the proper torque. Should be $20 or $10 after coupon. Not he best, but works well enough for wheels.

3) Breaker bar to remove your lug nuts. A longer the bar will give more torque with less power.
3a) If you feel spendy, an impact wrench would be even better. Sockets above are impact ready Smilie. When your back gets old like me, impact wrench is well worth the investment.
3b) If you really want to go cheap, you can skip 3 and just use the torque wrench =|.

4) A nice floor jack. Jack stands will greatly help, if you rotate current set of tires.

That all I can think of right now, be safe and have fun!
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Evolv is crap and Craftsman isn't your father's Craftsman anymore.
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Craftsman Evolv is NOT regular Craftsman. It does not have the same warranty. You are better off getting a Harbor Freight set that DOES have a lifetime warrranty. They will also be in businesss longer than Sears.
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how is this front page what a bunch of garbage
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Obvious misinformation. Craftsman Evolv has lifetime warranty, and thicker grips/steel than other budget tool brands.
Evolv line of tools are garbage not good at all you're better off buying harbor freight specially since for warranty you need receipts and its only 5 years not lifetime
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You're better off spending a bit more and have tools that'll last a lifetime. i know this is a total of $140. but this tool set has real lifetime warranty and they wont let you down.

$76
https://www.amazon.com/TEKTON-2-I...2703820INT

$62
https://www.amazon.com/TEKTON-WRN...5d12510INT
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