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A look at five basic pieces of shop equipment to help breeze through at-home car repair

Whether you’re new to the world of at-home car repair, or you’re a DIY veteran looking to expand your home repair capabilities, adding a few affordable and effective products to your car repair toolkit can help make a wide range of tasks easier and faster.

Is car repair your hobby? Passion? A way to save a few bucks? In any case, you’ll find no shortage of options to add convenience and efficiency to the mix when it’s time to wrench on your ride.
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You can't really go wrong with a Dewalt, Stanley, Crescent or Craftsman kit. Those are some good brands with sturdy tools and Craftsman shouldn't break the bank.
 

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I find once you have lifetime warranty on whatever tools you buy, you're good. A lot of "cheaper" tool brands do offer great warranty and that's all that really matters.
 
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