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>>1422516
buy a chinesium inverter they work just fine and if they die, just get a new one.

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>>1255513
it depends on the tool, the best tool is the one that gets the job done.

I sometimes buy really cheap tools that I need to grind down and customize.

Sometimes the cheap tools is better than or the same as an expansive one. I have a super cheap dollar store wrench that I ground down to a specific size and shape because it is the only thing that can reach a specific nut when removing the inboard flaps on a 737-300. I sure would not do that to a snap on wrench.

why buy a $200 dollar air tool when a $20 one does the same job and even if it breaks and you buy another one (which none of mine have in 25 years) you still have not spent $200.

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>>1056027
don't destroy a perfectly good console for some retarded project you don't even know how to do.



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