MAC Precision Torque Sockets

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  1. billy mensch says:

    Hate laser etching wears off

  2. Mike Dewsberry says:

    Shoud've found a nasty rusty bolt and tried to remove it

  3. Todd Hayslett says:

    If you are removing decorative bolts for example chromed bolts on Harley's you should not use these type of tools for normal use because they can scratch and chew up bolts/nuts just from normal use. Nothing worse than scarring up a $20 chrome Harley bolt.

  4. john hanrahan says:

    I can see the "Damaged Fastener" socket set, but where's the precision torque one?
    The title would suggest (to me, anyway) that these sockets would act like a "torque wrench in a tube". Too good to be true I guess.

  5. Norman No Mates says:

    Great info

  6. channelofstuff says:

    bad example, in the real world a bolt like that will be frozen or cross threaded not new and easy.

  7. WarMachine550 says:

    What is the country origin for the chrome and impact precision torque sockets?

  8. erik myers says:

    are there made in a regular depth socket?

    (I shouldn't get this answer, I really shouldn't buy more tools)…..

  9. Armchair Sniper says:

    Just got 3/8 and 1/4 socket in this line, they seem like quality pieces in a premium line, I realize not snap on but I don't have a snap on rep who will show up at my shop

  10. James Summerlin says:

    I have these and use them everyday I will not use another socket ever I even have the impact precision torque as well they are awsome just don't use them on chrome

  11. Andy Cocchia says:

    how well does that same socket perform afterwards?

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