punch set, i broke the 8mm when doing the bitch pin. looked at the insides and its just crap pot metal.
+1 on the hand vacuum bleeder, my friend bought it for me awhile back and when i finally got to using it it sucked! the only useful thing about it is the reservoir and the hoses. thank god i didn’t pay for it, lol.
Would not worry about the jackstands. Theres so much insurance bs that has to be done with those things. So i dont think they would skimp on the geometry of those, maybe the paint, but thats it. I also have 2 of there paint guns. They work great nothing to cheap on them. And a few stubby screwdrivers cause i cant find another brand that makes them. Also there impact sockets are decent. Same warranty as craftsman, just i think you have to send these in if they break.
Those palm held flash lights are cheap as well. They come in a set of two. Usually blue and red.
I have a race style blue car jack. Its seem a little hard to jack up the car compared to using one arm action on a regular napa brand car jack. You’ll have to use two hands and a little force on the handle to lift it up on these “light aluminum race style jacks”. I’m meduim build BTW.
So far the “dremel like rotory tool” is working good for me.
I try not to buy tools there. I only buy craftsman.
Thats normal for a race jack. Its the “race” part of the leverage to lift ratio in the jack. Every pump should lift the car higher than every pump on a standard jack. It may only get you 1/2 inch higher per pump though. Your supposed to also use 2 hands with a “race” jack. Your supposed to throw your body weight into it, so you get the car up faster, and have faster pit times.
Wow Really? And does it suppose to drop hard too? As if I lower the jack by spinning the handle to the left too quickly, the car would slam to the ground. (I tightened the handle on time before it hit the ground) I understand thats needed for pit stop racing. But not when doing an oil change.
They should have a disclosure on the product warning of that.