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  • This Craftsman 224 Piece Mechanic's Tool Set features large markings for easier socket identification, and 72 tooth ratchets in 3 drive sizes for increased access and minimal arc swing. All pieces feature a full polished chrome finish for corrosion resistance. ~ persian_mafia

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Large markings for quick socket identification
Includes 72 tooth ratchets in 3 drive sizes for increased access and minimal arc swing
Chrome finish for corrosion resistance. Number of drive tools is 15
6 point sockets for increased torque with fastener
Durable 3 drawer tool box makes for quick organization of tools
Meets or Exceeds ASME Specifications
Full Lifetime Warranty, refer to "Warranty & Support" section below for full details

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20mm bolts are pretty rare outside of some specific car models or commercial gear. They crop up now and then but not very often. So many sets leave it out. A quick way to check for a no-skip set is to look for the 20mm.
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good price for all.those tools and a decent case/box for them

Heads up Sears has been running a bunch for spend $100 get $100 points in the last month or two, so you might be better off waiting on a promo like that. they had several sets like this one marked way down last time I was in the store. sales come and go of course.

Yes, Sears is not doing well. But the points credit fairly quickly.

YMMV, mild risk if they do go bankrupt admittedly
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This looks like a great set, but why'd they skip 20mm in both 3/8 and 1/2? They're nearly complete runs.

(the full parts list is posted in the Amazon review pictures)

Edit: I'm in for 1. The trays being removable for use in a chest looks promising, and they are organized logically compared to the Huskey set I was eying.
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looks identical to the set ace hardware was selling for about $90 during black friday. I saw one in person, while not a fan of "new" craftsman, its hard to ignore that this is a well prepared tool kit to have at home or throw in the back of a vehicle for emergencies.
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This looks like a great set, but why'd they skip 20mm in both 3/8 and 1/2? They're nearly complete runs.

(the full parts list is posted in the Amazon review pictures)

Edit: I'm in for 1. The trays being removable for use in a chest looks promising, and they are organized logically compared to the Huskey set I was eying.
20mm bolts are pretty rare outside of some specific car models or commercial gear. They crop up now and then but not very often. So many sets leave it out. A quick way to check for a no-skip set is to look for the 20mm.
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A lot of review mention missing parts... But were able to contact Craftman for replacements...
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good price for all.those tools and a decent case/box for them

Heads up Sears has been running a bunch for spend $100 get $100 points in the last month or two, so you might be better off waiting on a promo like that. they had several sets like this one marked way down last time I was in the store. sales come and go of course.

Yes, Sears is not doing well. But the points credit fairly quickly.

YMMV, mild risk if they do go bankrupt admittedly
You forgot to mention it's 10x separate $10 points. A key point to mention if your trying to convince somebody to wait for it
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I got this set when it was this price at ACE a couple months back. Great set and organized well. Definitely recommend
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I got this set when it was this price at ACE a couple months back. Great set and organized well. Definitely recommend
I also got it then. Used two of the ratchets. They suck! Slipping!
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I also got it then. Used two of the ratchets. They suck! Slipping!
Yeah stay away from Craftsman. Quality is very Suspect these days. Go with Kobalt or Dewalt.
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I also got it then. Used two of the ratchets. They suck! Slipping!
I got the set from Ace and I don't know what you're talking about. It's amazing. I took bolts out of a 30 year old garage door that had been sealed with some type of loctite or whatever they used back then. The only thing I noticed "slipping" was the nut unscrewing from the threads.

I then used the same set to install a new door. Even attached some to my impact driver with no issues. I'd 100% recommend this set.
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Yeah stay away from Craftsman. Quality is very Suspect these days. Go with Kobalt or Dewalt.
Kobalt or dewalt? That's laughable. I'm not even funny to argue Kobalt and I'm sure people will argue with me on dewalt but their quality has been consistently declining over the years. Craftsman is moving everything to the USA and the quality is getting better.


I got an impact bit set from dewalt on SD a couple months back. Almost all of them have broken by now. Ended up just paying the extra money and went with the makita bit set.
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I got the set from Ace and I don't know what you're talking about. It's amazing. I took bolts out of a 30 year old garage door that had been sealed with some type of loctite or whatever they used back then. The only thing I noticed "slipping" was the nut unscrewing from the threads.

I then used the same set to install a new door. Even attached some to my impact driver with no issues. I'd 100% recommend this set.
I've used Craftman only my whole life. These new ones suck. I'm happy they are "amazing" for you. Wish I had amazing hand tools.
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