I agree; I have a few and they do fine for occasional use but be sure to keep them lubed or they will die...I know a few techs that tried them out, they do alright for awhile but don't seem to hold up in a pro environment. However at $19.99 for an air ratchet keep a spare and get a new one I guess.
I think they'd be fine for a weekend warrior.
agreed for the most part, the only Snap-On air tool I actually own is the 3/8 air ratchet. best air ratchet i've ever owned.I've never really cared for the Snap-on air tools even though most everything else in the box is Snap-on, including the box.
It's the triggers, always felt like either off or on, I could never manage to modulate the throttle. I've always used IR impacts, Mac flat air ratchet and grinders, last thing I got was the new Matco reversable cut off tool, being able to toss sparks either direction is nice.
My thoughs exactly. HF tools are out.I made my first visit to Harbor Freight Tool yesterday. My worshop is now built, and I was looking for some nice tool storage options.
I spent almost an hour in there and ultimately left without purchasing anything. The longer I was there, the more I felt like I was at a flea market. I don't think there's a single thing in that place made in the U.S. except for the help.
Sorry if that doesn't answer the question, but I don't think I've ever seen such a collection of crap for sale in a retail outlet.
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