That is a good starter set for sure. Crafstman makes good hand tools. The only issue I have ever had with them was the deep-well sockets are not as strong as the Snap-on or Matco deep-wells but for the price and the warranty, nice tools. I think that was the same set I started with about 20 years ago. I still have alot of them and have no complaints.icesluss said:Well this year bradzuzu played Santa for me. He is sanding me a sent of 2in lift springs. (havnt got them yet) the tracking thing says there somewhere in Cali out for delivery witch is weird because I live in Ohio. Haha. Anyways I also got about $300 so Im going to buy a set of craftsmen tools. I found a 300 piece mechanics set for $280 so Im thinking with the money I've saved from brad with the springs I'll be able to get my first set of tools .
Do you guys have any other suggestions on a better tool set?
http://m.sears.com/productdetails.do?pa ... 933300000P
That's the link to the tool set. It's a craftsmen 300 piece professional Tool set. It's like $324 but when you click on it it's $277. If Anyone has input please feel free to tell me. It's my first set of tools so I'm not using my dads. Lol