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ToolPRO Automotive Tool Kit - 87 Piece $94.50 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Supercheap Auto

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Was looking for a decent toolkit to buy and this one is 50% off now.

Info from the website:
Metric
1/4" & 1/2" Drive
This kit comes with a range of ratchets, sockets, combination spanners, hex keys and much more

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  • +2 votes

    This is a good kit. I bought it last year at same sale. Good quality, have installed 2x suspension kits and whole bunch of accessories on 4wd. Breaker bar used on heavy suspension bolts. It wont have socket or spanner size for every car or use, but is great base set.

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    If you work on your cars often, It’s better to invest in a full set without missing sizes in between. Only need to buy it once and it will last you a very long time.

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      You're right - I never understood why some kits do that. This kit looks ok though, it's only the combination spanners where they've done this:
      10, 12, 13, 14, 17, 19mm.

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        They're the most common sizes you use. I've had my spanner set about 10 years and i reckon i've only ever used about 4 of them

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        i bought a toolpro socket set with them sizes. i had to buy an 8, 11, 15 22 and 23mm sockets instead. i wish they'd sell from 6-24mm in a pack.

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          That has been my experience - having to grab odd sized spanners from other kits (I have kits for different things)

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      Advantage of this is portability. This is a good mobile kit that can stay in the car for 4wd / camping, its the size of a brief case. It's obviously not a workshop or garage kit.

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        Yes. If you have the time though, and it doesn't take too long, you can generally figure out what you need for a particular car, motorbike, mtb etc. I try to tailor my kits to a degree. It is a good gp kit though - better than most at that cost. But add pliers, and probably multi grips. Zip ties, tape, and a utility type retractable knife.

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    is toolpro any good quality?