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Craftsman Serpentine Belt Tool 12.94, Free Store Pickup where available

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Steel construction
Coated handle
Long design

This Serpentine Belt Tool Delivers the Grip You Need
Designed to make a tough job easy, this Craftsman serpentine belt tool includes range of 3 crow's foot wrenches and 3 sockets to deliver the grip you need to get pulley tensioners moving. Crafted from durable alloyed steel, the bar and extension deliver plenty of torque, while designed to give you a firm hold, the bar features a dipped handle that gives even oily hands a solid grip.
Featuring a long bar, solid holding extension and a mess of sizes, whether you're working on a foreign or domestic vehicle, this serpentine belt tool delivers. Simple to use and fast, it's built to get the job done and you up and running. add this tool to your kit and get that belt swapped.
Craftsman serpentine belt tool includes: Belt tool, extension, 3 crow's foot wrenches and 3 - 12 point sockets
Steel construction delivers solid torque
Extension helps you reach hard to get to pulleys
High traction handle gives you a grip
Long design increases leverage
Product Overview:Item Weight :2.3 (lbs.)
Number of Pieces:8
Auto Tool Type:Engine
Materials & Finishes:Material:N/A
Included with Item:Case Included:No
Guides & Instructions:User Guide Included:Yes

https://www.sears.com/craftsman-s...941831000P
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Shipping $6.25
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No free shipping and not available within 100 miles of Mpls,MN
Heard that, even tried stacking this with the snap ring set and another item to get above 35 and still no free shipping. I guess the new policy is that if it says no free shipping then that's it. No way I'm going to pay for syw again and I'm betting that it still won't ship free.
Used to spend over $1k a year at Sears but since they close all the stores within 40 miles of me and the not eligible for free shipping I've spent $0 in the last 14 months.
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Heard that, even tried stacking this with the snap ring set and another item to get above 35 and still no free shipping. I guess the new policy is that if it says no free shipping then that's it. No way I'm going to pay for syw again and I'm betting that it still won't ship free.
Used to spend over $1k a year at Sears but since they close all the stores within 40 miles of me and the not eligible for free shipping I've spent $0 in the last 14 months.
Does anyone read previous posts?

"EditorWikiM4742 ( 360 ) Oct. 14, 2019 at 11:20am
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How did you get free shipping? They want to charge me $6.25.
Download the Personal Shopper app on ios or Android, select a personal shopper and send this item link and you can get free shipping (this works good) Or you can bug a Sears support chat rep (YMMV) and try to convince them to give you free shipping or tell them that you will only buy it if they refund the shipping cost, tell them that you can no longer pick up this item at Sears due to it selling out for store pickup, or tell them that you no longer have a Sears store around. "
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"EditorWikiM4742 ( 360 ) Oct. 14, 2019 at 11:20am
Quote from steppedinit :
How did you get free shipping? They want to charge me $6.25.
Download the Personal Shopper app on ios or Android, select a personal shopper and send this item link and you can get free shipping (this works good) Or you can bug a Sears support chat rep (YMMV) and try to convince them to give you free shipping or tell them that you will only buy it if they refund the shipping cost, tell them that you can no longer pick up this item at Sears due to it selling out for store pickup, or tell them that you no longer have a Sears store around. "
Sure did but jumping thru hoops is NOT a free shipping solution, both options in that post are a total PITA, not to mention a time vampire, and I'm willing to bet most people here would agree.
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I changed my Nissan alternator last summer. I thought the serpentine tool was the only way to get the belt back on since there was virtually no clearance.
I wasn't going to go on a hunt for remaining open Sears store. My wife bought a piece of junk from HF. No way was I spending $15 for a junk tool I'd never use again.
I decided to check YouTube. I found a video that removed the tire and worked from below. I used a 14 mm wrench with the closed end on the tensioner and a 1/2 ratchet in the open end which was a fairly close fit. I had plenty of leverage and was easily and safely able to move the tensioner and get the belt on in seconds.
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is it hard to DIY or need to be a pro? i went to a mechanic once to have mine replaced. he wanted $80 but because he didn't have proper bars and struggled to remove the belt, it took him twice as long, so he asked for $160. i don't know if i can DIY. can't afford service anymore
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I recommend a ratcheting serpentine belt tool instead. It really comes in handy sometimes.
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If I had a dollar every time I heard this statement in the past 10 years, I could buyout everything off this blowout sale on Sears website.
And if Sears had half as many stores as they did 10 years ago, far more of us could take advantage of these deals that have in-store pickup. Many of us saw our last Sears within 100 (or more) miles close in the past 2-5 years.
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I'm replacing both the drive belt and the power steering belts. I plan to remove the front right tire and use a jack stand for support. Working from below is easier access to the power steering belt bolts. I would rather spend my money to buy tools. I probably won't need to use this.
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First time I changed the belt on my car, I was scared I would break something or put the belt in properly. I did get it on properly but I don't think I'll try that ever again. Plus I was scared I might get my fingers caught somewhere.
Serpentine belt replacement is a fairly straightforward job. Sounds like you would have had a better experience by not flying solo... gotta know your level and not go way over it.

Most experienced people would have shown you the ropes. A pizza or something would be nice gesture.
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Got one. Haven't shopped sears.com for more than a year. Had a $10 FREECASH coupon in my SYW account. Paid $3 with tax, yay!
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I used to have one but threw it off. The square connector part actually turned 45 degrees and it became unusable for me. I would just go for the OEMTool brand, which is 23 bucks at Amazon
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if you needed this, you would already have it, that being said,,,if you are a tool or car junkie, like me, this is a great price to add to your collection
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