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ThxOne

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Nothing like being gifted tools. This was one I couldn't say no too. I will be able to use it on my Jeep when I get it home, not sure how I can use it for car audio... but I will find a way. It came with 50ft of hose and a brad nailer gun.

 

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Hell yeah. 👍

I inherited my grandfathers toolbox about a year ago. Had a lot of USA Craftsman tools in it as well. He died about 7 years ago and my Grandmother was going to give it to some random church stranger(what she does with everything sadly family doesn’t come first) but luckily her friend that knew I was into cars said to give it to me. I’m so happy he told her that cause I would have had nothing of my Grandfathers.
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ThxOne

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Hell yeah. 👍

I inherited my grandfathers toolbox about a year ago. Had a lot of USA Craftsman tools in it as well. He died about 7 years ago and my Grandmother was going to give it to some random church stranger(what she does with everything sadly family doesn’t come first) but luckily her friend that knew I was into cars said to give it to me. I’m so happy he told her that cause I would have had nothing of my Grandfathers.View attachment 21183
Nice... Sorry about your granpops though
 
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Louisiana_CRX

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Hell yeah. 👍

I inherited my grandfathers toolbox about a year ago. Had a lot of USA Craftsman tools in it as well. He died about 7 years ago and my Grandmother was going to give it to some random church stranger(what she does with everything sadly family doesn’t come first) but luckily her friend that knew I was into cars said to give it to me. I’m so happy he told her that cause I would have had nothing of my Grandfathers.View attachment 21183
I see a Milwaukee charger in there .. I love my m12 tools .. it's like they were made for car audio... they are just so handy .. I've sold most of my Craftsman 19.2 on ebay and have been switching over to the m12s ...I haven't tried the m18s yet but I'm sure they are very nice as well .
 
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Louisiana_CRX

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Nothing like being gifted tools. This was one I couldn't say no too. I will be able to use it on my Jeep when I get it home, not sure how I can use it for car audio... but I will find a way. It came with 50ft of hose and a brad nailer gun.

I'm in the process of reworking my big air compressor ... it looks similar to that one. Some was using it and burned up the switch... probably 30mins to swap over .. i moved it and had to run a new breaker box .. I changed the oil and belt ..and all that's left is replacing the switch . And hopefully it will be all working again . Once you get playing with it you'll enjoy it.
 
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I see a Milwaukee charger in there .. I love my m12 tools .. it's like they were made for car audio... they are just so handy .. I've sold most of my Craftsman 19.2 on ebay and have been switching over to the m12s ...I haven't tried the m18s yet but I'm sure they are very nice as well .

I used to use nothing but Craftsman electric tools but have been getting more and more Milwaukee M12 and M18 tools. Love them.
 

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I personally have had good luck with Harbor Freight Earthquake line.


For battery powered I think the Ridgid 1/2" impact gun can't be beat for the price.
 

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I am clueless to air tools and what is overkill and what would work for everyday automotive needs like wheel hubs or suspension work.
 

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I am clueless to air tools and what is overkill and what would work for everyday automotive needs like wheel hubs or suspension work.
Air impacts are a thing of the past almost. My buddy has a local chain of tire shops and all the mechanics and tire techs solely use lithium impact guns and it took me a while get make the change but I have a ingersoll rand ivq20 1/2” impact and a Milwaukee 18v 1/2” and they are so much easier then dragging around a ******* air hose and constantly having to let the compressed run
 

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