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Old 12-06-2012, 07:17 PM   #57
trc.rhubarb
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Seems like a nice kit but I chose to build my own because the tools are rarely needed on their own. Still need room for zip ties, duct tape, electrical tape, tire plugs, bailing wire, superglue, small length of wire, etc...
That means carrying 2 kits if I use theirs. Mine is bigger by about 2x theirs but does the same job. It's not as nice and the tool quality isn't as good but I hope to never use it anyhow... i don't need lifetime warranty tools that never get used. Just tools good enough to last through being used a few times. The thing I like most about building my own is that I didn't go to tetris like measures to get it all to fit so it's easy to put back together. All in was about $75 with a lot of leftovers that went into my toolbox.

Still, i love tools and look at it with lust in my eyes
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