Tool Deals Thread

WreckITFrank

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Crazy good deal at $45.

GEARWRENCH 51 Pc. 1/4 Inch Drive 6 Pt. 120XP Mechanics Tool Set, Standard & Deep, SAE/Metric - 80300P https://a.co/d/fomxuNQ
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brutus147

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Cheap jack that I had finally broke after 20+ years. Found this deal on NAPA. Price was $350 with free same-day delivery (site says original price is $655...invoice taped to box says price was $1235). Just delivered/unboxed...huge upgrade for me



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evilfij

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Wonder how it compares to the Daytona. Anyway, getting a good Jack was a huge gamechanger for me. Congrats.
 

jymmiejamz

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My nephew is getting into modifying his car. Any good very basic tool sets I can get him for under $100?
 

evilfij

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50% off for Black Friday on PB Swiss. This is an insanely good deal I have never seen anything close to this discount. pbtools.us

I have bought a ton of tools from them and they have good service. $200 for free shipping.

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uc4me

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Extended cyber deal for one more day. $90 off coupon to be added at checkout.

BLUETTI Portable Power Station EB3A, 268Wh LiFePO4 Battery Backup w/ 2 600W (1200W Surge) AC Outlets, Recharge from 0-80% in 30 Min., Solar Generator for Outdoor Camping (Solar Panel Optional) https://a.co/d/eEIem2s
 

uc4me

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Don't know too much about portable power stations but I went with the Bluetti I posted above instead of kitting out the Maxi Trac box I bought from NAPA, also posted here. It's great overall box but looking at necessary battery costs to round it out, buying an inverter, ancillaries, huking 75lbs around etc. made the Bluetti attractive especially at the discount which is now $80 off on Amazon.

With a lighter and smaller footprint and many more features (LiFePO4 battery, fast recharge/outlets etc.) seems to make more sense at the $200 range ..unless I'm missing something.

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lithium1330

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lithium1330

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My impact & drills are 18v also. But I use the 12v angle grinder for small jobs (cutting thin gauge alum, polishing, cleaning, etc. and it works great. The angle grinder works better than the regular 12v fuel grinder.
I don't think they make this in 18v yet, but if you have a dual charger... it doesn't matter so much having both 12 & 18v tools.
 
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