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    I've been looking at getting a cresent kit from work for a while AB worked in a hardware store for 5 years they are a decent quality product for a good price and have great kits. X2 on AB

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    After being stuck in the sticks with the front panhard bar fallen off, I will be carrying an assortment of metric nuts, bolts and washers when going bush in future.
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    Gee that kit AB posted has come forward in leaps and bounds, I have the same kit but a bit older and I don't have the pliers, shifter etc...


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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Hi mate, to start off (I'm sure there will be other people to add stuff here) but you can't go wrong with a crescent kit from Bunnings.

    Very cheap but good quality and packs up small.

    There will be some other items you will need such as a wrench or a larger shifter but the Crescent Kit is a good allrounder in my books.

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    Thread dig. AB do you think the 170 piece crescent kit is worth getting? I can order it on Amazon for roughly $150 at the moment
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=ATVPDKIKX0DER

    Otherwise I can get the same kit as yours for about $140
    Lucus30's 1999 GU ST TB45E

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucus30 View Post

    Thread dig. AB do you think the 170 piece crescent kit is worth getting? I can order it on Amazon for roughly $150 at the moment
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=ATVPDKIKX0DER

    Otherwise I can get the same kit as yours for about $140
    Mate they are a great set but their plastic hinges are shite.

    All my hinge systems are now broken and when folded up it pops out.

    Great set but just need to take care with opening and closing it.

    Go the 170 though.

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    Can't go past a Metrinch socket set. Fits metric or imperial and also rounded or damaged bolts. Just don't use them on a rattle gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4bye4 View Post
    Can't go past a Metrinch socket set. Fits metric or imperial and also rounded or damaged bolts. Just don't use them on a rattle gun.
    I'd thought about that also but I'm yet to find one that is 1/4 3/8 and 1/2. However masters has one 1/2 set on clearance at the moment for $100 that I was seriously close to getting
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