Date registered: Dec 2005
Vehicle: W211 E320 Bluetec R129 SL500 - $1300 car ........ Ford F350 6l
Location: CA Bay Area
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If you are thinking Craftsman, consider buying about 3 sets.
And replace 3 broken screwdrivers, or wrenches at the same time.
Lifetime guarantee sounds good, but with today's gasoline prices constant replacement is not cheap anymore. They are good wrenches for the lawn-mowers and bicycles, but on MB lot of Craftsman wrenches are just too thick to fit, so likely you will end buying Snap on, or other automotive tools.
Being industrial mechanic in my past life, I have some Proto wrenches. Just like Rigid pipe wrenches they are Brabus of the tools. I think Craftsman would be Hundai (10 years warranty on power-train).
Last edited by Kajtek1; 04-26-2006 at 07:52 PM.