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When to buy Harbor Freight tools

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    2002 Chevrolet S-10 350 V8

  • #2
    LOL this is pretty accurate . . . although it's starting to look like their stuff is getting better, and with better replacement warranties.


    • #3
      I haven't been to HF in years. We have 2 of them here in Tucson. Maybe I should check them out again.
      2002 Chevrolet S-10 350 V8


      • #4
        Yeah, you might want to. They even figured out etching their impact sockets with the sizes (instead of old-fashioned stamping). I haven't had any trouble with many harbor freight things in a while with occasional use. Not sure how they'd hold up in professional use. I have some that I've bought just to keep on-board certain vehicles in case I break down somewhere, but I don't cringe at the thought of using them like I would have with 1990's Harbor Freight stuff.

        One particular tool comes to mind: They had a sale on 24" 1/2" drive breaker bars for $7.00 each a few years ago. I picked up three thinking when one breaks I'll have a couple of spares. So far they've survived all kinds of use, including standing on them and bouncing up and down to get things to break loose . . . and they feel okay-quality too.


        • #5
          Roger roger!
          2002 Chevrolet S-10 350 V8