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Old 05-09-2016, 05:39 AM   #11
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Sounds like a good deal, look to see pics of the set when it arrives.
This set is going in PA trunk- in black chrome.

Great for summer/ sunny days, no need to have the sunglasses on to use them..
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Looks like a good set to have in there, maybe in the future I'll get a smaller/similar set for the trunk, instead of a almost 50lb box of tools, lol
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And the tool set came today, feels like Christmas, lol

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Now that I have my decent tool set I figured I needed something to throw my odd sockets, wrenches, and specialty tool in, so I ordered this.
Always loved Dewalt stuff, especially their tools!

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Yes very nice set & the extra tool box is good too.
I also besides the 2 socket sets, have stubby wrenches, gear end wrenches, t-bit set/driver'*.
A hammer, vice grips, c/clamps, rad hose clams, spare belt,rad /heater hoses, exacto knives, electrical/duct tape & a good tire repair/plug kit with extra glue & compressor.
& Maybe another 200 items I forgot about until I do trunk inventory again.
It is no wonder why I blew out the passenger side air shock!
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Yeah my extra box will be for my sockets and wrenches that I still have from past tool kits, some from tools my brother let me use, like line wrenches and whatnot.
I'll have my hammer in there, my channel lock pliers, my hose clamp tool, my mechanics stethoscope, some rescue tape, a bag with all my o-rings in it, and maybe on top all of my tubes of stuff, like high temp sealant, RTV, Dielectric Grease, etc..
I thought about keeping my old belt as a spare, but too late it is at the dump, it was time for it to go anyway, a temp spare would have been nice to have though.
I did save the SC Belt, as it was in decent shape, I'd have waited to change it, but I wanted to put that Gatorback belt on.
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