Top 10 Hand Tools @Harbor Freight Tools (2021)

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Top 10 Hand Tools @Harbor Freight Tools (2021)

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Daniel Smith says:

Digital calipers are less that useless.

Daniel Smith says:

I have the doyle needle nose pliers, love them and use them almost exclusively for daily proffesional use.

The boogyman says:

Maddox ball joint tool kit works great

Carl Thornton says:

Very Good!… 329🐄🦉🏴‍☠✝

Honda Fanatic87 says:

Torque wrench wasn’t working on my spark plug. Couldn’t hear click

midnightelectric1 says:

For all you professionals the Icon line is the absolute bomb.

crabbee88 says:

For tap and dies I look at what can cut hardened steel

Poon Bandit says:

Harbor freight stuff is decent for the most part. I have all tool brands at the shop with a few harbor freight tools (stethoscope, impact screwdriver come to mind) but at home I have a ton of harbor freight with a few tool truck tools. I get the same amount of work done with the harbor freight stuff generally. If I could only have one obviously I’m going with my high dollar set of tools, but if i was just wrenching in the garage on weekends I would be fine with harbor freight.

Fabrimaker says:

I've since ppurchased the gold ratchet – and then a second, so I can use one and put the other on display because it looks so good, but it also works incredibly well too

xLostmanx says:

What’s the idea of the bear ?

Erick Herrera says:

The digital torque and impact driver sockets got me.. thx! 👍👍

Paul Helton says:

Buddy I just stumbled into your channel and I love it. I love Harbor Freight and anything tool related. My wife loves the talking bear so much that she'll sit and watch it with me. Good stuff. I am subscribed

Wolfbeef123 says:

I do not recommend the t-handle hex set or their tap and die sets.
The hex keys cannot handle any torque whatsoever and will become twisted. The taps were useless and couldn’t even start a thread in aluminum/plastic.

John Knope says:

I have the multi head hammer. The threads wear out after a while and the head won't stay on. Probably could be fixed with blue loctite. It's a good tool if you only use it once in a while.

Michael M says:

Cracks me up how Harbor Freight puts all these different American names on their Chinese made tools to make them seem like they are some traditional American brand.

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Jimmie Vetor says:

Good video. Question, how do you rate the 60 piece tap and die set SAE and Metric in the case? Keep up the good work.

MrFelixthegreatone says:

Awesome bro. Thanks for sharing

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