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    Been Around the Block benatc1's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piginajeep View Post
    I really just need a reason to buy more tools and I found it. I have two of their torque wrenches. These are my ďgoodĒ ones.


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    I take it your happy with their torque wrenches? I need to get a new one

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    So here's a bit of good news! I just talked to Tekton and was told that a lot of their stuff is in fact, MADE IN THE USA!!

    All of their screwdrivers, nut drivers, punches and chisels are made in the USA. More recently, they introduced their angle head wrench line up and they too are MADE IN THE USA. While not all, many of their pliers and pry bars are MADE IN THE USA and the ones that aren't are always clearly marked on their website as to where they come from.

    I should also note that I've been told that Tekton has and will "continue working hard to find domestic partners that will be able to provide the highest quality tools".
    Excellent news!

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    Awesome news! Will have to look at their tools now for trail use to keep my snapon stuff at work!

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    Not That Kind of Engineer olram30's Avatar
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    Nice, all my torque wrenches are tekton. Really good tools for the price

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    Great news regarding production in the USA. I have very few Tekton tools at this point, however none have disappointed. I would not hesitate to buy Tekton again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piginajeep View Post
    Do they have one of those ? Beadlocks, I donít have one thatíll go low enough


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    I use the 3/8ís torque wrench for bead locks. I have their inch pound and their big one as well. The inch pound is too small for bead locks in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJL View Post
    I use the 3/8ís torque wrench for bead locks. I have their inch pound and their big one as well. The inch pound is too small for bead locks in my opinion.

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    Awh look at the little guy..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Piginajeep View Post
    Awh look at the little guy..


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    Yeah I was gonna put it next to my dick but the wrench would look huge. Figured my hand was better.


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