Mechanic Tool Set

The best all around mechanic tool set should offer you plenty of variety and flexibility to tackle any number of projects. Since small parts come in both imperial and metric measurements, it doesn't hurt to have an assortment of both types of tools as well.

For a starter kit, a budget tool set is a perfect option when you want something with the basics. Budget kits tend to skip the specialized tools and focus on the more commonly used pieces you may need.

If you don’t need a professional assortment of tools, a home mechanic set is a more affordable substitute. Similar to budget tool sets, home sets are specially designed for common home and garage projects that require a similar group of tools.

What a tool set may include: 

Most sets include:

  • Adjustable Wrench
  • Groove Joint Pliers
  • Long Nose Pliers
  • Combination Wrenches; SAE and MM
  • Hex Key Wrenches
  • Ratchets
  • Drive Bits
  • Extension Bar
  •  Drive Sockets; SAE and MM
  • Drive DEEP Sockets; SAE and MM
  • 5/8" Spark Plug Socket
Keyword: Mechanic Tool Set

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