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Milwaukee Mechanics tool sets ratchets sockets wrenches on sale $199 $279 $749 Free Ship

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Milwaukee Mechanics Tool Set (191-Piece) 1/4 & 3/8 SAE & Metric, 30pc Ratchet wrenches, 30pc wrenches, Hook pic and Pry bar set torque locking pliers set 48-22-9489 $749
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../312119873 Expired, price increased

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Milwaukee Mechanics Tool Set (191-Piece) What's Included:
3/8 in. Drive 56 Pc. Socket Set - SAE and Metric - 48-22-9008
1/4 in. Drive 50 Pc. Socket Set - SAE and Metric - 48-22-9004
15 Pc. Ratcheting Combo Wrenches - SAE - 48-22-9416
15 Pc. Ratcheting Combo Wrenches - Metric - 48-22-9516
15 Pc. Combo Wrench Kit - SAE - 48-22-9415
15 Pc. Combo Wrench Kit - Metric - 48-22-9515
6 Pc. Screwdriver Set - 48-22-2706
4 Pc. Pry Bar Set - 48-22-9214
4 Pc.Hook and Pick Set 48-22-9215
5 Pc. Torque Lock Pliers Kit - 48-22-3695
6 Pk. INKZALL White Pain Marker - 48-22-3712

MILWAUKEE 48-22-9010 1/2" DRIVE 47 PIECE RATCHET AND SOCKET SET - SAE & METRIC $199.84 add to cart for price
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MILWAUKEE 1/2" Drive Ratchet & Socket Set SAE & Metric 47pc (48-22-9010), 3/8" Drive Ratchet & Socket Set 32pc (48-22-9508) METRIC, 1/4" Drive Ratchet & Socket Set 28pc (48-22-9504) Metric $279
https://www.mechanixgear.com/prod...d32b&_ss=r

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Milwaukee 1/4 in., 3/8 in., and 1/2 in. Drive Extended Ratchet Set (3-Piece) $139 Bundle saves $31 ($42 + $53 + $75)
Kit includes: one 48-22-9005 1/4 in. drive 90-tooth 9 in. extended ratchet, one 48-22-9037 3/8 in. drive 90-tooth 12 in. extended ratchet, and one 48-22-9050 1/2 in. drive 90-tooth 18 in. extended ratchet
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SGXIX asked this question on 12-01-2021 at 01:37 PM
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I used to work as a mechanic and find the fabric, roll up wrench holders and the 12” metal strips that have the tabs that lock in the individual sockets were best for me. Going to different areas of the facility to work, this gave me the ability to leave my main tool boxes in one area and only bring with me as selection of tools I thought I may need. Others may have different preferences. It all depends on what you feel comfortable with and works best for you on the job.

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Has anyone every seen the 1/2 Set 48-22-9010 go on sale? I've been wanting the 1/2 to add to my 1/4 and 3/8 but never really seen any good deals.
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Has anyone every seen the 1/2 Set 48-22-9010 go on sale? I've been wanting the 1/2 to add to my 1/4 and 3/8 but never really seen any good deals.
Occasionally homedepot has the 1/2 set bundled with another item but rarely goes on sale. Debating the 1/2 set for $200 or $279 with the small metric only 1/4 and 3/8 sets. I just bought the big 192pc $749 set so need the 1/2 set to complete my Milwaukee mechanics set.
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Occasionally homedepot has the 1/2 set bundled with another item but rarely goes on sale. Debating the 1/2 set for $200 or $279 with the small metric only 1/4 and 3/8 sets. I just bought the big 192pc $749 set so need the 1/2 set to complete my Milwaukee mechanics set.
I really hope it sells out soon so that the decision is made for me. I saw that bundle set also but already have the 2 of the 3/8 and 1/4 (Individuals and Packout version).
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i like milwaukee stuff but it seems you're not getting a lot of pieces for the price.
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so happy I got the 1/4 and 3/8 socket set in packout case for $200 early this year. that set is so nice and the price jumped up like crazy
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This stuff is really high quality, best ratchets I own...they just feel expensive. That's why the piece price is high Mr.Le. These things feel like my grandkids will have them one day
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This stuff is really high quality, best ratchets I own...they just feel expensive. That's why the piece price is high Mr.Le. These things feel like my grandkids will have them one day
Honestly I've had better luck with HFT hand tools than milwaukee hand tools. Complete opposite for the power tools. Some of the best cordless tools out there.
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Honestly I've had better luck with HFT hand tools than milwaukee hand tools. Complete opposite for the power tools. Some of the best cordless tools out there.
Do you have these exact ratchet sets? Not sure if you are using other tools as reference but im astonished you feel this way. The ratchets have lifetime warranties. I was without my breaker bar or impact wrench and had to get a stubborn bolt out. Took a piece of pipe and put waaaaaaaay to much torque through the 3/8ths drive with an electric winch..no damage at all!
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Do you have these exact ratchet sets? Not sure if you are using other tools as reference but im astonished you feel this way. The ratchets have lifetime warranties. I was without my breaker bar or impact wrench and had to get a stubborn bolt out. Took a piece of pipe and put waaaaaaaay to much torque through the 3/8ths drive with an electric winch..no damage at all!
No I don't have the ratchets. Was disappointed in some other hand tools they had. I couldn't justify the prices they are asking to try them. Hft as well has lifetime warranties on most of their hand tools.
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It seems like a steep jump between the $279 set and $749 set.

Is it really worth the $500 difference? I just bought a set of nice cabinets for the garage so it's time to fill em up with tools!
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It seems like a steep jump between the $279 set and $749 set.

Is it really worth the $500 difference? I just bought a set of nice cabinets for the garage so it's time to fill em up with tools!
The wrench sets bump up the price. The standard wrenches go for reg $140 a 15pc set $100 on sale, you are getting a full 15pc SAE and 15pc Metric set of standard non ratcheting wrenches. The ratcheting wrenches go for $260 a 15pc set and are sometimes on sale for $175 (15pc) or $300 for both sets (30pc) but immediately out of stock when they are that price.

https://www.homedepot.com/s/milwa...et?NCNI-5&

Don't be fooled by other sets that have a high number count of tools, the higher number is usually by filler items like allen wrenches, screwdriver bits ,etc.

Of course you can get much better bang for your buck buying other brands like Tekton, Gearwrench, Dewalt, Husky, Craftsman, etc.
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These are Knipex prices for Milwaukee.
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Has anyone ever ordered from mechanixgear? I'm just questioning the price of the 1/2, 3/8, 1/4 set being too good to be true. The 1/2 each set alone at home depot is like 250 and yet they are offering everything for 279.
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What do you guys use to store/organize these wrenches/sockets?
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