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Thread: HELP SUPPORT WAYALIFE by Buying TEKTON TOOLS

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    HELP SUPPORT WAYALIFE by Buying TEKTON TOOLS



    Being that Craftsman is far from the company that it once was and that Snap-On can be on the pricey side, I've started buying more and more of my tools from Tekton. While their tools are not made in the USA like I would prefer, they are made in Taiwan and I have found them to be made surprisingly well and available at an affordable price. Needless to say, I would highly recommend them and if you're looking for a decent set of tools, I would ask that you click on the link below and consider buying what you need from Tekton.

    BUY TEKTON TOOLS HERE

    So that there's no confusion, this is an affiliate link and all purchases made through it will go to help support this forum.

    Thank you,
    Eddie


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    Nice, I have a couple of their swivel ratchet wrenches, so far so good. Once we get in our house I'll be buying more tools, I'll definitely give these a look! Thanks for posting up

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    Very cool. So far, I've been happy with my tekton stuff.
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    Anyone looking to start wrenching on their Jeep, should look here. I have tools from lots of manufacturers, and the ones I have bought from Tekton, are as good as any.


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    Awesome! Super happy with my entire tool box full of tekton tools.


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    Knows a Thing or Two dixonk's Avatar
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    Done! Great tools, cheap, and they have a rewards program. Whatís not to like?


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    I had already been looking at this for building my trail set. Will gladly support both entities.


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    Based on your recommendation, I bought the Tekton torque wrench and just love it. Now I need to browse their selection and add some more tools to the offroad tool bag. Thanks Eddie. The torque wrench is awesome, especially when torquing to 125 ft/lbs and up.


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    Tekton tools have been my trail tools for years. They are really great quality for the price, and if you do break or lose a piece of the set it just doesnít hurt as bad as it would doing the same with SnapOn or Mac.


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    Thanks guys. Like many of you, I started getting Tekton tools to replace or complete my trail tools. After discovering how well they did, I started adding them to my garage tools. As mentioned, if one ever breaks or gets lost, replacing it won't be as painful.

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