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Old 01-18-2010, 07:48 AM   #31
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don't laugh guys but i been using my cheap dynamite tools fors years w/o any problems
Me too bud. I have 6 of their tools for about 7 years now and they are all as good as the day I bought them. They are also nice and heavy, not that cheep plastic that all the companies are going to now, and I have never had any of the bits come loose or spin on me. I also have their bits for the cordless screwdriver, those are great also
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Old 01-18-2010, 07:55 AM   #32
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don't laugh guys but i been using my cheap dynamite tools fors years w/o any problems
The old short red ones?? I have a set of those too my 1st set of tools and I think they are still all in comission. Laughing with you here because they were cheap compared to the others.
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I have the red handle too!!
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Old 01-18-2010, 08:29 AM   #34
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I use the Dynamite red handle ones. They have lasted me 2 years without any problems, it was the best 30 bucks I ever spent.
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Old 01-18-2010, 08:33 AM   #35
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Also I had use a small hobby torch to put some heat around the heads of the screws, they seemed to break lose easier.
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Also I had use a small hobby torch to put some heat around the heads of the screws, they seemed to break lose easier.
I bet that would work good. I never used that before.
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The old short red ones?? I have a set of those too my 1st set of tools and I think they are still all in comission. Laughing with you here because they were cheap compared to the others.
yup those are the ones i built & rebuilt plenty of kits with them, i tried other brands because they have longer handles but 99.8% of the time im using the dynamites
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I love the flat spot on the handles also! They wont roll off your bench and makes it easier to grip and apply some good old wrist torque, which is usually reserved for another " tool "
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I did have a brand new hudy tip snap at the tip on the 1st use. I think I just got a bad tip. The hudy tools overall have been excellent.
Yeah i dont really think it matters what brand you use if you like it and it works for you i use a set of integy and i have snapped a couple tips off its agrivating but rather that than round the hex which i have see so much of because then it wil not grab the screw properly
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