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What would you buy at Sears for $ 100?

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I have a total of (4) $ 25 Gift cards from Sears.

Am wondering about a purchase next week of some tools, but don't quite know what to get. I'm leaning toward using them toward an electric angle grinder, a set of sturdy jack stands or a work bench.

Any suggestions?

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Finally went to the Sears store at Landmark Mall this morning and cashed in my gift cards. I really needed a 7mm flare nut wrench but Sears only carries 9mm and larger, so I picked up some small 12-point wrenches among other things.  The cards helped reduce my overall purchase total.


The retaining ring pliers are stronger than my other (2) cheap ones and have a tab for selecting external versus internal.


The 18" pipe wrench is much heavier than the el-cheapo one that I got from Walmart last year (and broke).




These long allen sockets should come in handy.  Bill Williams and others have hinted that they work great on those transmission shift support tower bolts.


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It is a pity, that now I can not express - there is no free time. But I will return - I will necessarily write that I think.

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