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Craftsman 182-pc. Mechanics Tool Set w/ 3-Drawer Chest (33182)

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Craftsman 182-pc. Mechanics Tool Set w/ 3-Drawer Chest (33182)
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  • Includes: 99 sockets, 14 wrenches, 3, quick release ratchets, 40 hex keys, 3 extensions, 1 drive tools, & 21 bits 
  • Toolbox with three drawers keeps a specific place for each and every tool
  • Backed by Craftsman's forever guarantee
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Sears has the Craftsman 182-Piece Mechanics Tool Set w/ 3-Drawer Chest (33182) on sale for $135.99 -$20.00 SYW member coupon code "TOOLS20" = $115.99 

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  • Includes: 99 sockets in 1/4, 1/2 and 3/8 in. drive sizes, 21 screwdriver & nutdriver bits
  • Includes: 40 hex keys, 3 quick release ratchets, 14 combo wrenches
  • Comes with a plastic, portable 3-drawer chest with fitted trays in each drawer to stay organized
  • Fully Assembled
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4.5/5 Stars based on 97 customer reviews on product page.

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It's got 99 sockets but a 15/16 ain't one.

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I just threw in a 15/16 in the top of the box. Good to go. Nice set for portable use.

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Are SAE sockets & wrenches of any use for working on a modern car?  I have four big toolboxes of SAE tools.  I don't think I've ever had a use for them. 1/2" socket is used a few times. Nothing else.

Every time I see these collections including 50% SAE tools, I pass em by.  I would be paying 50% more money for my needs.  A set like this that is metric only would be great.

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This one is SAE and metric.

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I guess we finally made the conversion to metric! It only took 40 years.

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A friend of mine told me last week that Sears is no longer backing Craftsman tools, no longer replacing them when they break or become otherwise defective. If that's the case, I will never buy another tool from them, and over the years I've bought almost exclusively Craftsman mechanics tools: wrenches, socket sets, screwdriver sets, etc. (Some construction tools also, though Craftsman just doesn't stand up to Makita or Dewalt on any serious tool ). Anyways, it's total bs -- when I purchased the tools it's a lifetime warranty, now, because they decide they don't want to honor the contract they made, they just break it. Sweet.

 And tools are the only reason Sears has gotten any of my money in the past decade, probably longer. They really don't have anything else that interests me, that catches my eye

Sears today is the Montgomery Wards of the 1990s -- they are on the way out. I'd guess it's mostly Amazon that's killed them, or, rather, their inability to shift with the times, to adapt in order to remain in competition.  I'd bet 100 bucks that they've gotten slime-ball management, sucking the cash dry before putting them out of business. Too bad.

Bye bye Sears -- it's been nice.

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harlock001 said:   Are SAE sockets & wrenches of any use for working on a modern car?  I have four big toolboxes of SAE tools.  I don't think I've ever had a use for them. 1/2" socket is used a few times. Nothing else.

Every time I see these collections including 50% SAE tools, I pass em by.  I would be paying 50% more money for my needs.  A set like this that is metric only would be great.

  I'm 180 degrees opposite...give me an all SAE set.  My metrics never leave the Craftsman tool chest unless the SAE are rounded, rusted, etc.

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AusTex Deal Seeker said:   A friend of mine told me last week that Sears is no longer backing Craftsman tools, no longer replacing them when they break or become otherwise defective. If that's the case, I will never buy another tool from them, and over the years I've bought almost exclusively Craftsman mechanics tools: wrenches, socket sets, screwdriver sets, etc. (Some construction tools also, though Craftsman just doesn't stand up to Makita or Dewalt on any serious tool ). Anyways, it's total bs -- when I purchased the tools it's a lifetime warranty, now, because they decide they don't want to honor the contract they made, they just break it. Sweet.

 And tools are the only reason Sears has gotten any of my money in the past decade, probably longer. They really don't have anything else that interests me, that catches my eye

Sears today is the Montgomery Wards of the 1990s -- they are on the way out. I'd guess it's mostly Amazon that's killed them, or, rather, their inability to shift with the times, to adapt in order to remain in competition.  I'd bet 100 bucks that they've gotten slime-ball management, sucking the cash dry before putting them out of business. Too bad.

Bye bye Sears -- it's been nice.

  Not true - they still honor their warranty on tools.  And Amazon hasn't been their only problem - Target and Kohl's have hurt stores like Sears and JC Penney which haven't changed with the times.

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AusTex Deal Seeker said:   A friend of mine told me last week that Sears is no longer backing Craftsman tools, no longer replacing them when they break or become otherwise defective. If that's the case, I will never buy another tool from them, and over the years I've bought almost exclusively Craftsman mechanics tools: wrenches, socket sets, screwdriver sets, etc. (Some construction tools also, though Craftsman just doesn't stand up to Makita or Dewalt on any serious tool ). Anyways, it's total bs -- when I purchased the tools it's a lifetime warranty, now, because they decide they don't want to honor the contract they made, they just break it. Sweet.

 And tools are the only reason Sears has gotten any of my money in the past decade, probably longer. They really don't have anything else that interests me, that catches my eye

Sears today is the Montgomery Wards of the 1990s -- they are on the way out. I'd guess it's mostly Amazon that's killed them, or, rather, their inability to shift with the times, to adapt in order to remain in competition.  I'd bet 100 bucks that they've gotten slime-ball management, sucking the cash dry before putting them out of business. Too bad.

Bye bye Sears -- it's been nice.

  
Not sure why somebody would say that.   I just went in a couple weeks ago and had a ratchet replaced.  They would have rebuilt it but it was too old and they didn't have a kit to rebuild it.

Do you have any official statement from Sears that they aren't honoring their warranties?
 

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harlock001 said:   Are SAE sockets & wrenches of any use for working on a modern car?  I have four big toolboxes of SAE tools.  I don't think I've ever had a use for them. 1/2" socket is used a few times. Nothing else.

Every time I see these collections including 50% SAE tools, I pass em by.  I would be paying 50% more money for my needs.  A set like this that is metric only would be great.
 

I split up sets.  Metric goes in the car.  SAE goes around the house.  Pretty much everything in Home Depot is SAE cept the metric bolt/nut cabinet if the store is big enough.  1/3 to 1/2 the value of these sets is in the ratchets, makes sense that they throw in both metric and SAE sockets to cover both bases.  They really should just forget the 1/4 inch stuff though; that's just useless.

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