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Old 02-24-2012, 09:57 AM   #16
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I had buy Pittsburgh tools there and they are now life time warranty. The cost is cheaper and I feel they are lasting longer then craftsman tools at Sears . I had turn in more tools back to Sear's then I did at harbor freights.

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I had buy Pittsburgh tools there and they are now life time warranty. The cost is cheaper and I feel they are lasting longer then craftsman tools at Sears . I had turn in more tools back to Sear's then I did at harbor freights.
Craftsman tools went down hill.

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I picked up the Craftsman 19.2v drill last year for smaller handyman jobs and work at my moms house, so I wouldn't wear down my Makita's. So far, so good with the craftsman for small tasks.

You guys are making me re-thinking a sears purchase I was going to make today, haha. I was going to pick up the work lamp that is made by craftsman for like $25.
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I picked up the Craftsman 19.2v drill last year for smaller handyman jobs and work at my moms house, so I wouldn't wear down my Makita's. So far, so good with the craftsman for small tasks.

You guys are making me re-thinking a sears purchase I was going to make today, haha. I was going to pick up the work lamp that is made by craftsman for like $25.
think twice, supposed to be big tool sale at sears Saturday
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Whadda 'ya mean "Chevy of the industry"?????

What do you consider the Caddy of the biz?
Id rather have a sb chevy over a caddy anyday!
That means they reasonably priced/easy to get parts for and they can takes lots of abuse.
Ive got some several sets of ritchie/yellow jacket gauges laying around here,a couple of them are 20 plus years old.
My old ritchie pump is close to 20 years old also,I just change the oil every other time I use it

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