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  1. #11 Member ddd228's Avatar
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    May 2005
    N. Seattle.
    Quote Originally Posted by '82supra View Post
    You're right there, Phil. I made it my mission a long time ago to do whatever possible whenever possible to do my own fix even if it meant buying special tools. I figured DIY saved what it cost to buy those tools. Eventually I learned it's much easier to buy a decent car that doesn't need a whole lot of work to keep it running...but still happy have the knowhow to fix if it does (due to Toyota reliability and regular maintenance, that seldom happens).
    Good tools are great! A set of metric wrenches,you can almost wear out,if they don't snap off.

    Ask Santa for ONE WRENCH. A long Snap-On 10 mm combo and don't loan it out!
    Flank drive! It is the best wrench.... ever,IMO.
    Sometimes,a HF tool is not good enough.

    We can help you with repairs and diagnostics,but you have to do the work your self.
    WTF does this thing do,etc.
    Maybe a 10 X 12 double box.
    You can build your tool selection as you need 'em.
    I been doing car work all of my life and there is over 1,000 pounds of them in my basement.
    Gotta have a box to put 'em in!
    OK,I'm bragging.

    You just cannot work on your Supra with a sharp stick and a rock.
    Dave in Seattle. I keep LATE hours.Hidden Content
    '84 type "L" ,Auto ,daily driver. Dk blue.

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  3. #12 Member drjim's Avatar
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    Aug 2013
    SoCal / Long Beach
    And my wife wonders why I have TWO rolling boxes with tool chests on top of them.

    I would have had a third set, but it was stolen by a roommate with a nose candy problem......
    1985 5-speed "Ms. Swan"

    OH, What A Feeling!

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