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Toucan Sam
Sep 2, 2000


RealKyleH posted:

I have the Torin Big Red Jack set.

I got this exact set:
http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/...05241_200305241

About 4 years ago. The trolley jack has since failed but I was overusing it anyway.

How the gently caress do you overuse a jack?

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Toucan Sam
Sep 2, 2000


In other words you bought a jack to small for your vehicle and proceeded to use it anyway.

Toucan Sam
Sep 2, 2000


two_beer_bishes posted:

What should I look for in a pneumatic impact wrench? The prices range from $30-300+ and I just want to make sure I'm not getting a piece of poo poo...

Husky composite 600ft/lb from home depot. I have a couple of them along with a new 1200ft/lb snap on. The husky is light and very durable. You can usually get it for around $150 in store.

Toucan Sam
Sep 2, 2000


I knew it was somewhere around 600ft/lb. They're great quality for the money. Just as good a balance as my snap on and they can take a beating for sure.

Toucan Sam
Sep 2, 2000


The low profile socket is great for the Ecotec but cutting a cheap 32mm wrench in half works just as good.

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