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1/04/2020 7:20 PM  #1

Tekton Tools

I needed to replace my 3/8 and 1/4 ratchets so I started looking around. I've always been a Craftsman guy, but (as most of us know) they've been going downhill for a while. I looked over on Garage Journal and found really good comments about Tekton. I did some searching and found awesome pricing on Amazon. I picked up a composite 1/4" ratchet for $14.00 and a 8" 3/8" for $20.00. Used them both today working on my Lightning and I am really impressed! They blow the Craftsman crap out of the water as far as quality, feel, and build go. Hopefully they last long term.


1/17/2020 10:44 AM  #2

Re: Tekton Tools

I am using their Air hoses really like them plus they don't get stiff like the PVC hoses do

65 coupe, 351w, c4, power disk brakes, power r&p, vintage air.

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