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10-Piece DeWALT 1/2" Impact Ready SAE Socket Set EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 10-Piece DeWALT 1/2" Impact Ready SAE Socket Set (DW22812) on sale for $22.82. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks Steeve

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the DEWALT DW22812 1/2-Inch 10-Piece IMPACT READY Socket Set (SAE) for $22.82 + FS with Prime
  • Temp OOS but orderable
  • Pivoting organization pins allow for customized application-based storage
  • Small footprint and easy to carry. Includes 8 sockets and 2 adapters.
  • Designed for use in both corded and cordless impact drivers and wrenches
  • Recessed corners distribute torque across flats, promoting life of the socket
  • Large laser-etched markings make each socket easily identifiable
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Why? The HF is probably just as good plus the warranty and return is much better...I can't justify buying any other hand Tool that HF has lifetime warranty on and don't need precision.
I think you are talking at cross purposes here. If I understand him correctly, he is saying he has the HF set and can't justify 'upgrading' to the Dewalt set, so essentially he is agreeing with you.
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I want this badly but can't justify upgrading the HF set
Which HF comparable set would I recommend? Though this ad doesn't state it, it appears that these are deep.

FYI: I drive an F-150.
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I have had no luck with DeWalt and their warranty beware. They tell me all their accessories carry 30 day warranty and only their tools have a 3 year warranty even tho many items I have purchased show 3 yr warranty there on amazon. Nothing on the packaging that states the warranty.bThey have lost me as a customer.
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I am not sure who actually uses SAE. It's rare for all of the cars and motorcycles I work on. Old American cars?
My travel trailer is all SAE. Really annoying!
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Adapter to use a drill instead of impact tool. LOL
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I have had no luck with DeWalt and their warranty beware. They tell me all their accessories carry 30 day warranty and only their tools have a 3 year warranty even tho many items I have purchased show 3 yr warranty there on amazon. Nothing on the packaging that states the warranty.bThey have lost me as a customer.
Don't blame the original Dewalt name. Blame Black & Dickier.
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Grab the harbor freight set. They are solid.
If you are repeatedly working on the suspension of older cars, you will know to throw the HF ones out or just keep them for occasional lug nut use. The HF ones are the stiffest and worst kinda CR-V. I use the Softer Sunex CR-M - thanks to Amazon for that $80 deal now. The Craftsman Evolvs are a bit softer than the HF ones.

HF tools will save you on that rainy day with some cheap tools - but that's as far as they go.
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Why? The HF is probably just as good plus the warranty and return is much better...I can't justify buying any other hand Tool that HF has lifetime warranty on and don't need precision.
Because the yellow box matches my tools and impact
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I have had no luck with DeWalt and their warranty beware. They tell me all their accessories carry 30 day warranty and only their tools have a 3 year warranty even tho many items I have purchased show 3 yr warranty there on amazon. Nothing on the packaging that states the warranty.bThey have lost me as a customer.
At least with batteries, I have a DeWalt Stanley Porter whatever else service store near me, and they just look at the date stamp and mail me new batteries. Sometimes, even if the date is expired, they will still do it. I haven't tried tools yet. Those are almost always out of warranty. When you get the new batteries, the warranty starts all over again.
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Which HF comparable set would I recommend? Though this ad doesn't state it, it appears that these are deep.

FYI: I drive an F-150.
their 6-point deep impact set is what I have. $20 after coupon
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If you are repeatedly working on the suspension of older cars, you will know to throw the HF ones out or just keep them for occasional lug nut use. The HF ones are the stiffest and worst kinda CR-V. I use the Softer Sunex CR-M - thanks to Amazon for that $80 deal now. The Craftsman Evolvs are a bit softer than the HF ones.

HF tools will save you on that rainy day with some cheap tools - but that's as far as they go.
I definitely agree that there are better tools out there, there's some harbor freight stuff I just won't touch, but for the price, they are pretty good. I think that the HF impact sockets being so cheap keeps some home owners that do some of their own repairs from using their regular sockets on their impacts and that's a good thing. They won't shatter on you. They are a tool that I have found to be good enough for every thing I've needed them for. I do occasional work on a couple of cars that I own that are around 15 years old. Haven't had any problems with them yet. If I was doing more frequent work I'd definitely upgrade.
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I am not sure who actually uses SAE. It's rare for all of the cars and motorcycles I work on. Old American cars?
SAE is common for household use. Lag screws, for example, are all SAE
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I am not sure who actually uses SAE. It's rare for all of the cars and motorcycles I work on. Old American cars?
I was wondering that myself. I had a Ford from the late 70s and it was all Metric; it seems some people don't realize how long ago the big three actually went Metric without making a big deal of it.
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Lots of SAE stuff in plumbing.
WubbalubbadubdubI am not sure who actually uses SAE. It's rare for all of the cars and motorcycles I work on. Old American cars?
I was wondering that myself. I had a Ford from the late 70s and it was all Metric; it seems some people don't realize how long ago the big three actually went Metric without making a big deal of it.
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Lots of SAE stuff in plumbing.
If a plumber came to my house and was planning to use impact sockets on my plumbing I'd probably send him away. If anything in my household plumbing is tightened beyond 200 foot-pounds it probably shouldn't be loosened but rather thrown out entirely (as it would likely self destruct in the process of attempting to loosen it).
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I am not sure who actually uses SAE. It's rare for all of the cars and motorcycles I work on. Old American cars?
my Jeep TJ seems to be a mix of whatever was laying around from Chyrsler/AMC had in the shop. its incredibly frustrating
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