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Old 04-14-2004, 12:07 PM   #1
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anyone have the hudy composite handle tools? how do they compare to the originals? should i get these or pay extra for the regular ones?
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anyone have the hudy composite handle tools? how do they compare to the originals? should i get these or pay extra for the regular ones?
What are the prices like for the plastic handle tools? I have a set of the original hudy wrenches and they're excellent. If there isn't much of a price difference i'd get the originals.
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I like my Hudy's but the tips wear.
I personally think the MIP remakes of the Older Thorp Wrenches are simply the best made and I have ALOT of wrenches.
The MIP's are a lil bigger handled but great for those hard to get screws.They are VERY well made and last forever.
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The one they included in the M18 kit absolutely sucked. Tip was too soft.
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wat do they include in the kit? they actually give a regular one in the kit?
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Just get the Integy ones, Ive never had a Problem never stripped and Never heard any back Feedback about it. ALso its only about 25$ for 6
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wat do they include in the kit? they actually give a regular one in the kit?
In the Xray M18 kit, they included one short tipped + driver with a ProFit (profit) handle I didn't quite like it. Either the tip was too short or the handle was too small. It didn't feel real comfortable, but it got the job done.

I think if you buy the comosite set, the tips are the same as the Pro version. If you want the bling-bling factor, go for the Pro version. If you want the reliable, but inexpensive, get the integy ones.
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I origionally was waiting for the Profitools from Hudy, but the wait proved to long for me so I just spend the $$ and got the normal hudy tools. After comparing them to my screwdriver that came with the M18 I'm glad I just spend a few extra dollars. The grips of the real tools are much more solid and are definatly worth the extra 4 or $5 per tool IMO.
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