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Great little kit for lots of jobs

  • Apr 18, 2010
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I really like this.

The shorter length of the tools, because it makes them easy to work with in tight spaces. The handles are fat, grippy rubber for great leverage.

The tools themselves are great for common tasks - whatever tool you need is probably in here, unless you are building a deck or rebuilding a carburetor. I have several different sizes of tool sets, and this one gets used far more often than the fifty pound ones with hundreds of sockets.

Finally, I really like the fact that they come in their own case, which will keep the set together much longer than a box or bag. It is a little hard to open, and the plastic is the hard kind that will break if dropped or bent, so minus one star for that.

Recommended!

Sean P. Logue, 2010

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The 45-piece Stubby Set is great for the home or auto. This stubby set will loosen or tighten just about every bolt nut and fastener on your boat or RV.
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