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Old January 19th, 2015, 02:48 PM
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Okay, so I stumbled on this crazy deal where I bought the entire "shop toolbox" from my local Sears store that was going out of business. Box had multiple sets of tools. Apparently there were several smaller toolboxes and tools were disorganized so whenever some guy trying to assemble a gas grill or lawnmower for a customer couldn't fins a tool, they simply walked into the retail section and grabbed a new set off the shelf. At least that's my guess as to why I have in some cases eight examples of the same exact socket or wrench. After spending some considerable time taking inventory and even throwing extra sets in my shed and mobile tool kit in the Defender, I still have extras.


I tried to put together several useful sets or lots and don't really want to separate them because it is extremely confusing and tedious. If anyone wants to buy everything in one shot I'd knock about 15% off the aggregate price. Also, there are a few ratcheting wrenches that I'd throw in with your order for $5each (see the item descriptions). I priced things as cheap as I could for you guys. Any cheaper and it's not really worth driving to the UPS Store or USPS and waiting in line (for me and probably lots of folks, time = money).
I'm thinking most of this stuff could go USPS Flat Rate or Priority Mail, so probably less than $10 for shipping, but I'll do whatever method you want or is cheapest.


All the prices are excluding shipping.
I probably won't respond to PMs for this thread because it's easier to keep a conversation going via email, so just email me at
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Payment is via PayPal as a gift, or cash if you're local.
I have no idea what the interest is for this stuff, but if there is to be "licking" going on, selection will be based on time-stamp on your EMAILS.
I'll do my best to respond to any questions and will get these shipped as quickly as possible (after payment).


I'd consider some tool trades as well (300TDi timing kit maybe?) also could use some galvy shock towers/rings.

Lot #1 - $15 plus shipping

Craftsman 3/8” Drive Metric Sockets (Shallow – 6-Pt)
6mm,7mm,8mm,9mm,10mm,11mm,12mm,13mm,14mm,15mm,16mm ,17mm,18mm,19mm
6” extension
3” extension (this item NOT Craftsman – Taiwan)



Lot #2 - $25 plus Shipping
Craftsman Wrenches
(9) Combo wrenches (1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, , 9/16, 5/8, 11/16 & )
(2) Open End Combo Wrenches (3/8 x 7/16 and x 9/16)
(2) Bit drivers including Phillips & flat bit
(1) wire cutter



Lot #3 - $10 plus shipping
Craftsman 3/8” drive deep sockets (6pt)
9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm, 16mm
(mixed types/series but all Craftsman)



Lot #4 - $40 plus shipping
Craftsman Wrenches
(7) Metric Combo:9mm, 10mm, 11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm
(2) Metric long Box-End Combo: 10mm x 11mmand 13mm x 15mm
(4) Standard Open End Combo: 3/8x7/16, 1/2x9/16, 3/4x7/8, 7/16x3/8
(4) Standard Combo (Open/Box): 1/3, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16
(1) Standard Box End Combo: 1/2x9/16
(1) Standard Flex Head Ratchet Wrench



Lot #5 - $25 plus Shipping
Craftsman Wrenches
(8) Standard Combo Wrenches: , 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, , 9/16, 5/8,
(4) Standard Open End Combo Wrenches: 3/8x7/16, 1/2x9/16, 5/8x11/16, 3/4x7/8
*the 9/16 combo wrench is NOT Craftsman. It is a Mastercraft made in Taiwan



Lot #6 - $40 Plus Shipping
Craftsman Thread Refinishing kit 52105
Does not appear to have ever been used (save for the spot of blue paint on the cover)
From the Craftsman Club Community: This set - Is Not A Tap & Die - it is a rethreading kit, It is not intended for cutting new threads. The items are cutting tools and have a limited life expectancy and Do Not have a Lifetime Warranty.In the event this set looks familiar It should, it is a rebranded Kastar product. As you well know Kastar/Lang specializes in a number of areas, including retreading tools, so the quality is definitely there.With the proper use this set will allow you to quickly repair damaged and nicked threads on various bolts and nuts.

Kit includes:
7 SAE Course Dies,
7 SAE Fine Dies,
10 Metric Dies,
6 SAE Coarse Taps,
6 SAE Fine Taps,
10 Metric Taps,
1 SAE, 1 Metric Rethread File
NOTE: This Kit Is For Restoration Of Threads Only And Should Not Be Used For Cutting New Threads

Cheapest I’ve seen is $69 on Amazon


Craftsman 17mm Ratcheting Wrench - $8 each Plus Shipping


(3) 17mm
$8 each (I will include with anything else you buy here for $5 each as an incentive)




Craftsman 18mm Flex Head Ratching Wrench $10 plus shipping

(1) 18mm $10 plus shipping

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Old January 19th, 2015, 03:02 PM
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Old January 19th, 2015, 03:17 PM
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Entire lot sold pending payment.


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Vintage Irwin Variable Bore

I also have no need for this vintage Irwin hole bore kit.
I would imagine this is more appealing to a collector, than actually as a working tool.
Still, it seems like it should be worth something to somebody.


How is $10 plus shipping PP as a gift?
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Old January 19th, 2015, 03:33 PM
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Also, for those of you who missed out...if you have any random missing sockets (standard or metric), ping me and I'll see what I have.


90% Craftsman, but some SO, MAC and Taiwan also.
1/4, 3/8 & 1/2 drive (though mostly in the 3/8 variety)

I don't have any more complete socket sets, but tons of various metric and standard extras that just take up room in my toolbox.
I'd do $2-$4 each plus shipping depending upon the usefulness (i.e. a 11/16" shallow is probably the least useful, whereas 12mm deep is far more useful).

Yes, it may cost more to ship a single $2 socket than the cost itself, so make a short list of your missing sockets and I'll see what I can fill.


Just let me know and I'll see what I have.


You can use PM for these requests.
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Old January 19th, 2015, 03:42 PM
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If you have any ratcheting 17mm left I'd be in for one.
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If you have any ratcheting 17mm left I'd be in for one.

Sorry, Chip took everything.
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Damn. Jackie I thought we had a deal!
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Damn. Jackie I thought we had a deal!

Just trying to pass on some of my good fortune (finding this huge hoard of tools), but also (selfishly) trying to create some space and help fund the purchase of some new Snap-On ratchets.


I know how frustrating it is to have a set of sockets or wrenches and you're missing a 12mm socket! I only have two hands so there's no need of having five of the same wrench. Even if you're sort of a hoarder that doesn't make sense.


Let me know what you need.
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I also have no need for this vintage Irwin hole bore kit.
I would imagine this is more appealing to a collector, than actually as a working tool.
Still, it seems like it should be worth something to somebody.


How is $10 plus shipping PP as a gift?
I'll take this. Emailed and PM'd.
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I only have two hands so there's no need of having five of the same wrench. Even if you're sort of a hoarder that doesn't make sense.
Ok I'm guilty. I like having four and five of the same wrench, that way I can lay one on all sides of the truck and not have to shimmy as far to reach one
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Ok I'm guilty. I like having four and five of the same wrench, that way I can lay one on all sides of the truck and not have to shimmy as far to reach one
I get that, but when all the tools have to get put away it creates disorder in the box.
I thought of having "bins" instead of wrench racks or tool rolls but one of the important things about racks and foam inserts is that you immediately see if a tool is missing when a job is done.

I get all sorts of confused when there is a pile of wrenches or sockets and it inevitably costs me more time (and I take long enough when working on shit).
At the end of the day it can get a bit cumbersome in my opinion.
That said, I do have 6 or 7 different types of 10mm wrench. You can never have too many 8mm (motorcycles) or 10mm (any car/truck) tools
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Chip beat me to em... lol ...full sets on all sides sounds good, but that's just me.
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I'll take this. Emailed and PM'd.
Irwin vintage bore kit SOLD
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