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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I wouldn't worry about it

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Rape(financial)

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Correction, Consensual rape.

      • 1 month ago
        Kevin Van Dam

        This. It’s more like Jennifer Lawrence really wanting that lead role in a Weinstein Bros movie. If you want to be popular, let that fat old israelite put his deformed penor in there.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    if you have to ask, you can't afford it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      a bunch of unorganized SAE crap worth maybe $1k in a hobo freight box.. im so jealous

      • 1 month ago
        Sieg

        Also everything snap-on in there is at least 25 years old, the big wrench is vintage and about $1 at a yard sale and won’t be warrantied on any truck

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Extremely young (and/or financially illiterate) technicians making poor life choices. The only reason to go on a tool truck these days is either for an extremely specific item that will prevent making more work for yourself, enable actual time saving (see more work), or increase efficiency (again, see more work). Anything else is because you need the tool this literal second and if they don't have it right fricking now don't bother ordering it, I can have it at my front door tomorrow from Amazon if I have no other options. I'm not knocking most of snap-on's stuff, I own and regularly use several thousand dollars of specialty line wrenches, taps, and crows feet on systems where fricking up can easily cause 10k+ in extra repairs and potentially weeks in downtime. It's fricking stupid to pay 20k for something to roll your tools around in, it's fricking stupid to pay 80-90 ea for a box end wrench unless it falls under one of the three criteria, and it's fricking stupid to pay their markup on anything that isn't their brand.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >snap-on taps
      >paying the same money if not more for shitty taps
      Never buy taps or dies that aren't from a proper, machining brand, there's sincerely a world of difference. They'll last longer, cut easier, and if you go through an actual distributor, probably half what snap-on charges.

      • 1 month ago
        Kevin Van Dam

        Stuff like this, if it’s not general wrenches and sockets and probably pliers, it’s almost always made by another company for Snap On. Same is true for Mac and Matco. It’s worth doing a quick Google search since you can probably find the same exact item for 30%-50% less since you’re not paying for Jr. Tech’s $17k toolbox he got on credit and never paid for.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          From some light google, it seems like they get taps and related from Irwin which are garbage compared to a real, machinist's tap.

          • 1 month ago
            Sieg

            The taps on the snap-on truck aren’t cutting taps they’re thread chasers

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              They have actual cutting taps too, you moron.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >cutting taps
                those are just garden variety, straight flute hand taps. shit compared to an sprial point gun tap that actually cuts and pushes the chips rather than balling the swarf up in the flutes and binding itself in the hole. look at the cutting edge of a osg or emuge tap under a magnifying glass versus a greenfield/snappy tap. the quality cut tap will be orders of magnitude sharper.
                the only reason snappy branded taps exist are for ham fisted grease monkeys that rattle them in holes with the impact to get free replacements when they bust them off. anything more refined than cleaning out manifold bolt holes or tapping for license plate screws is better done with a quality cut tap

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                See

                https://i.imgur.com/00LtXjq.jpeg

                >snap-on taps
                >paying the same money if not more for shitty taps
                Never buy taps or dies that aren't from a proper, machining brand, there's sincerely a world of difference. They'll last longer, cut easier, and if you go through an actual distributor, probably half what snap-on charges.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >be me
      >get curious about the rape wagon
      >someone told me that their magnetic spark plug socket is the cats knees
      >I will buy 1 socket
      >I bet it's $35 or some moronic high price like that, but whatever
      >truck gay wants $70 for one fricking socket
      >chuckle, thank him for his time, leave
      >buy a $15 socket from the orange store that was in 2min walk distance from the rape van
      I get how they operate, I used to be poor too. It's a conspicuous consumption brand like, gucci, nike, or apple.
      So the poorgay techs come in, and this is their one luxury in life.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Extremely young (and/or financially illiterate) technicians making poor life choices. The only reason to go on a tool truck these days is either for an extremely specific item that will prevent making more work for yourself, enable actual time saving (see more work), or increase efficiency (again, see more work). Anything else is because you need the tool this literal second and if they don't have it right fricking now don't bother ordering it, I can have it at my front door tomorrow from Amazon if I have no other options. I'm not knocking most of snap-on's stuff, I own and regularly use several thousand dollars of specialty line wrenches, taps, and crows feet on systems where fricking up can easily cause 10k+ in extra repairs and potentially weeks in downtime. It's fricking stupid to pay 20k for something to roll your tools around in, it's fricking stupid to pay 80-90 ea for a box end wrench unless it falls under one of the three criteria, and it's fricking stupid to pay their markup on anything that isn't their brand.

        it's also the returns.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >it's also the returns.
          >pay 4X the markup
          >half the tools are rebrands
          >but but but muh returns, never mind that a frickton of hand tool brands have the same policy
          >but but but convenience of the tool truck that comes once a week instead of getting the tools the part supplier sells and delivers twice a day every day

          a bunch of unorganized SAE crap worth maybe $1k in a hobo freight box.. im so jealous

          >SAE crap
          NOOOOO this doesn't fit my ISO standard goycart, it's worthless!!!!!

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >man handle the thing like your not suppose to
            >tool truck guys swaps it
            >unless it's husky or pittburg you can't just return the shit you improperly used. will lone you a tool if your is fricked so much.

            so unless you think everyone has a return center next to them truck has a place.

            • 1 month ago
              Beppu

              Except if you’re one of the majority of people who sees the truck guy twice a month, it would be easier to replace that 17mm socket at Home Depot

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                They have a student discount at my school is it worth signing up for or are they low quality like everyone says

                Everyone says harbor freight is better, so should I just stay with them?

              • 1 month ago
                Kevin Van Dam

                Snappy is def better than HF, but ridiculously overpriced for a mild increase in quality over tools 1/4 the price. If you get a big student discount, it might be worth getting down on some of the main tools from Snappy. Maybe you get a full wrench set and your basic sockets, you will be using that stuff daily for decades. But the 1” drive stuff and specialty bent pliers that see use once every 6mos, There are alternatives like

                https://i.imgur.com/apeXlJG.jpeg

                >caterpillar tools
                one of the best kept tool secrets out there. i've switched to buying all williams usa for my duplicate sets because snappy has gone off the rails on pricing. i can live without the bulky magnetic tray to save over half on the same sockets new

                for about half the price of Snappy that are just as good.

                Also don’t go into mad debt before you start making money. Also you should find out if your workplace has a good Snap On rep. A big chunk of the premium price is for the service of the truck guy. If he’s a sheisty and only shows up once every 2 months, but you have a really good Matco guy, then it will suck if you have all Snap On and can’t get anything warrantied on time.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Why isn't anything made in America anymore?
        >Turns down American made socket for chineseum one

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's like an ice-cream truck for grownups.
    If, said icecream trucks travelled around to schools and allowed kids to open up tabs, putting themselves thousands of dollars into debt.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      so it's a college then

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I wouldn't go that far, tools are at least useful. And you can resell them to recuperate some % of your money. College is straight up robbery.

        • 1 month ago
          Sieg

          I made so much money going to college and going to college saved me so much money. Matco student discount when I was a college kid

          Snap-on tools aren’t that expensive, just stick to hardline

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Shut up homosexual no one asked your opinion

            • 1 month ago
              Sieg

              Rude.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    findom

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My buddy drives one of these and makes close to 200k a year. says most of his job is just tracking down Black folk that buy a 30k tool box then quit making payments. He gets to keep all the tools in the boxes he repos too

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Does he beat them up?
      What happens if the box has been damaged when its reclaimed, does he still owe moneys then?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Nah he just goes to the shops and loads it up in his truck and takes it lol never beat anyone up. Has been threatened and had guns pulled on him before tho. And as far as damage I don’t think snap on really cares as long as they get the shit back

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          If i "bought" a $30k toolbox, i don't think i'd be leaving it at work, it'd be going home with me. checkmate snapoman.

          • 1 month ago
            Sieg

            Agreed recently I’ve been taking everything in my toolbox home less to worry about

            The problem with tool trucks is that 99% of the guys go on there and buy stupid shit, electric heard snap on jackets, snap-on knives, snap-on hats, pocket screwdrivers, mini-joke tool boxes , several rechargeable magnet lights, ninja sword, nerf guns, rc cars, snap-on branded hand cleaner and snap-on gloves , snap-on power tools

            Get six point 3/8” drive chrome sockets in metric and sae, get a dual 80 ratchet in flex head and NOT a soft grip. The soft grip is something the tool truck openers push so that if it ever wears a hole in it they can claim that you used a cheater pipe on it and deny warranty

            So always get the metal grip, plus it doesn’t get nasty

            You need to think like 10 steps ahead of the idiots in your trade

            No blue tooth speakers and no $35,000 tool boxes even if it’s used in the truck and the snap on guy says it’s “worth” a lot more

            Big tool boxes aren’t worth anything you have to get a truck or tow truck to move them around fully loaded

            And having a big ass tool
            Box at work has your ex employer trying to steal your box/tools if you quit or get fired

            Just don’t frick with the tool boxes

            A new trend that I personally like that’s coming out are the new SK pack out tool boxes

            The top
            And bottom are plastic packout interlocking but the body and drawers are metal standard tool box

            Meaning you can wheel this thing in and out of the workplace

            Which is what I would do

            You don’t want to be in a position that you’re at the mercy of an ex employer to retrieve several hundred thousand dollars in tools

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >no $35,000 tool boxes
              >Just don’t frick with the tool boxes
              But how else am i supposed to impress all my followers?

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                poor detected.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            They’re the size of a smart car. How are you going to take it home every night. Am I missing something?

            No drinking on the job for pro mechanics!

            Also if you can’t open a bottle with the BIC lighter that is in every man’s pocket, you’re hopeless.

            Quit smoking already. Haven’t had a cigarette in probably 18 years and at this point, it sounds as pleasant as a dirty penis.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              I'd be buying it to keep at home, in my own shop.

      • 1 month ago
        Kevin Van Dam

        They probably sell the debt off to a collection agency for like 10% or 20% the amount they’re owed if they can’t get it back within a couple months or it’s too damaged.

        Agreed recently I’ve been taking everything in my toolbox home less to worry about

        The problem with tool trucks is that 99% of the guys go on there and buy stupid shit, electric heard snap on jackets, snap-on knives, snap-on hats, pocket screwdrivers, mini-joke tool boxes , several rechargeable magnet lights, ninja sword, nerf guns, rc cars, snap-on branded hand cleaner and snap-on gloves , snap-on power tools

        Get six point 3/8” drive chrome sockets in metric and sae, get a dual 80 ratchet in flex head and NOT a soft grip. The soft grip is something the tool truck openers push so that if it ever wears a hole in it they can claim that you used a cheater pipe on it and deny warranty

        So always get the metal grip, plus it doesn’t get nasty

        You need to think like 10 steps ahead of the idiots in your trade

        No blue tooth speakers and no $35,000 tool boxes even if it’s used in the truck and the snap on guy says it’s “worth” a lot more

        Big tool boxes aren’t worth anything you have to get a truck or tow truck to move them around fully loaded

        And having a big ass tool
        Box at work has your ex employer trying to steal your box/tools if you quit or get fired

        Just don’t frick with the tool boxes

        A new trend that I personally like that’s coming out are the new SK pack out tool boxes

        The top
        And bottom are plastic packout interlocking but the body and drawers are metal standard tool box

        Meaning you can wheel this thing in and out of the workplace

        Which is what I would do

        You don’t want to be in a position that you’re at the mercy of an ex employer to retrieve several hundred thousand dollars in tools

        >he doesn’t have a snappy boy pocket knife

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >no bottle opener on the snap on
          Worthless

          • 1 month ago
            Bepis

            No drinking on the job for pro mechanics!

            Also if you can’t open a bottle with the BIC lighter that is in every man’s pocket, you’re hopeless.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >the BIC lighter that is in every man’s pocket,

              for what, smoking? I've never carried a lighter and everyone tells me I'm the manliest man they've ever met.

              • 1 month ago
                Bepis

                >everyone tells me I'm the manliest man they've ever met.
                That’s like when you meat a Downie and you gotta be like “Nooo you’re perfect! You’re smarter than all of them! You can do anything you want!”

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >That’s like when you meat a Downie
                >meat

                yah, you might want to hold off on the online taunting until you learn the language and develop at least a tiny feel for sarcasm

              • 1 month ago
                Bepis

                Rude.

              • 1 month ago
                Bepis

                Dis goyim tryin to be me!

                https://i.imgur.com/dKGCapZ.jpeg

                >be me
                >get curious about the rape wagon
                >someone told me that their magnetic spark plug socket is the cats knees
                >I will buy 1 socket
                >I bet it's $35 or some moronic high price like that, but whatever
                >truck gay wants $70 for one fricking socket
                >chuckle, thank him for his time, leave
                >buy a $15 socket from the orange store that was in 2min walk distance from the rape van
                I get how they operate, I used to be poor too. It's a conspicuous consumption brand like, gucci, nike, or apple.
                So the poorgay techs come in, and this is their one luxury in life.

                The Gearwrench / Advance TEQ Pro knockoff version works fine for me, although I never hated the rubber insert ones with a passion.

                >That’s like when you meat a Downie
                >meat

                yah, you might want to hold off on the online taunting until you learn the language and develop at least a tiny feel for sarcasm

                Im workin on it

              • 1 month ago
                Sieg

                Just having some fun with cracked trips.

              • 1 month ago
                Bepis

                The advice is probably better than mine. But as I always say, if you take seriously the repair advice you received on a South African Artesian Bread Blog, you are an moronic.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                He was discussing fricking ur mum, so "meating' is appropriate despite the overly kind intellectual evaluation.

        • 1 month ago
          Sieg

          I’d honestly buy that icon knife from harbor freight get a new one everytime you snap the blade using it as a prybar

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Boxes are usually financed through snapon credit and not off of the truck line of credit (if you get one big enough). Truck line is zero percent, snapon is ungodly even with perfect credit. My last box was $27k. Damn near perfect credit and I want to say I was over 8%, don't want to lie, but I know it was at least that. It is the loan holder's responsibility to establish reclaiming the box. The dealer/driver just drives the truck to pick it up if it is a repo, most times have it sold before even picking up.

      • 1 month ago
        Sieg heil

        I’m a snap-on fanboy down to the point where I have a bahco in my box and have caterpillar tools along side them

        But I don’t see any point in having a snap-on box

        It’s a big “steal me” billboard

        I keep everything in a husky box with those JDM learning permit/elder driver magnetic stickers you put on your car in Japan on it from my many trips to japan

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >caterpillar tools
          one of the best kept tool secrets out there. i've switched to buying all williams usa for my duplicate sets because snappy has gone off the rails on pricing. i can live without the bulky magnetic tray to save over half on the same sockets new

          • 1 month ago
            Sieg heil

            Don’t let the dumbass harbor freight guys in on it

            They’ll ruin it

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I could see myself making some poor financial decisions inside of one.
    Though, i don't recall ever regretting a tool purchase, unless it was something i broke. Maybe massively overpaying for something would change my mind about that, but its not like its buying useless shit like videogames, trading cards, or god forbid, funko pops.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The only thing I've ever bought from a snapon truck was a $300 set of bolt extractors to remove a lug bolt that was durka durkaed onto my car the day before by the morons at the local mechanic. They didn't work and I ended up having to drill it out.

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