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Discussion in 'Tools and Garage' started by OneHotLX, July 10, 2017.


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      OneHotLX New Member

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      Turdle Will cook for gas Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      Thank you for the link, however that really doesnt answer my question. What brand is the one above, where is it made, warranty? The links dont seem to be working on the Eastwood page. Also, that 10 pc kit wont work. At least, it didnt went I pulled a front upper ball joint on my 03.
       
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      Autozone has the OEM brand set if you want to try it. They have it as a loaner tool or as an outright purchase. I didn't have a good experience with the Harbor Freight model, but some members have tried it recently, and it worked for them. Maybe they improved on the quality?
       
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      I've used the Powerbuilt brand when I rented from Advanced Auto and I believe the same brand from O'Reillys. I'll probably go with the one I found on Amazon.
      I was hoping there was more info out there about where these companies are making their stuff (I imagine most is Chinese) and possibly differences in the material. Thanks
       
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      LOL I'm not a professional mechanic so 700 bucks is out of the question
       

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