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MAXIMUM 1/2-in DriveFlex Breaker Bar - $15

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Apr 29, 2018
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Price of the Title please OP. Not too bad a price .upvoted
Mother of all necessities ---> RFD
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Sale price every few months.
Great tool for when you decide to DIY tire change. If you need it.
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Nov 5, 2018
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Webhead wrote: Sale price every few months.
Just in time for DIY tire change. If you need it.
Not just in time.. this is well in advance lool. I know the weather might not make it seem like it, but we are in September!
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Jul 5, 2008
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Webhead wrote: Sale price every few months.
Just in time for DIY tire change. If you need it.
If you don't have this tool yet then the kit with the breaker bar and tq wrench + extras from a week or so ago was the way to go.

I'm waiting for a good deal on a ratchetting breaker bar as I have a few of these and broke all the former I had.
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Mar 26, 2020
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Good enough to loosen up tires if it all you need for, don't try to loosen anything what got torqued past 140ft pounds, me and my buddy bought this one's at black Friday for $10 each and they both didn't last one nut
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Skype007 wrote: Good enough to loosen up tires if it all you need for, don't try to loosen anything what got torqued past 140ft pounds, me and my buddy bought this one's at black Friday for $10 each and they both didn't last one nut
I got this one recently (might have been $10). I also got another CT 24" a few yrs ago ($10). The older one is more heavy duty and heavier too.
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Jan 24, 2008
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I think I paid $10 for mine too. It's one of those tools that you don't think you need until you need it, then it's indispensible.
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Jun 27, 2013
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Markham
rambokid wrote: I got this one recently (might have been $10). I also got another CT 24" a few yrs ago ($10). The older one is more heavy duty and heavier too.
There were two models last sale when I picked them up. The mastercraft maximum verison and the "maximum" model. I tool the last "mastercraft maximum" version and I could tell just by looking at it that the quality of that one was better and so I picked that one. The "mastercraft maximum" version of tools are 10 times better quality that the "maximum" crap they've now replaced them and for warranty you can't get the mastercraft maximum exact replacements it'll be the crappy maximum ones when they do break
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Jun 27, 2013
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Markham
flasheverything wrote: There were two models last sale when I picked them up. The mastercraft maximum verison and the "maximum" model. I tool the last "mastercraft maximum" version and I could tell just by looking at it that the quality of that one was better and so I picked the last one they had on display. The "mastercraft maximum" version of tools are 10 times better quality that the "maximum" crap they've now replaced them and for warranty you can't get the mastercraft maximum exact replacements it'll be the crappy maximum ones when they do break
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I didn't know there were 2 versions available now. I bought mine a long time ago and it's pretty heavy, probably similar or better than the heavy duty version they sell now. Good to know though in case I ever need to buy another one.
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Skype007 wrote: Good enough to loosen up tires if it all you need for, don't try to loosen anything what got torqued past 140ft pounds, me and my buddy bought this one's at black Friday for $10 each and they both didn't last one nut
Interesting, maximum torque rating for these products should be stated, could be a cause of a nasty accident if it snaps unpredictably.
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Jan 15, 2016
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Winnipeg, MB
This has survived 3 years of twice a year tire changes so far. Ive paired this with a princess auto torque wrench. So far so good.
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Jul 21, 2009
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Alberta
Looks like the 10” is on clearance for $9.93 too

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