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dougstar

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bought this to help me clean my rig (y) i think its good option if you don't have a compressor
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Z.hb71

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lemme add, id get a set of digital caliper, the come in handy alot, like for say when u adjust ur tie rods and such, u want them equal on both sides so u can insure that with digital calipers. also don't buy the cheap ass 7 dollar craps, buy sum decent ones, my cheap ones now are just used as analog ones cuz the digital part of it is very inaccurate.


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dougstar

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Bought one of these not sure if everyone will need this it was quite cheap $60
Off amazon
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3mm -10mm they come with a 3/8 driveScreenshot_20190123-182519.jpg
Pretty chuffed more cool toys:p:cool:
 

Seandonato73

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I have the 1/2" and 3/8" digital snap on torque wrenches.... when you build(formerly) engines for a living there's nothing else like a good snap on digital. The newer models are the cats nats.
 

dougstar

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I have the 1/2" and 3/8" digital snap on torque wrenches.... when you build(formerly) engines for a living there's nothing else like a good snap on digital. The newer models are the cats nats.
For sure if its for your job you must have the best tools coz less chance of a flop(y) but if like say it's for a hobbyist like use once or twice a year on a rc motor the tekton is ok:cool:
 
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