Monday, July 28, 2008

How To Get Your Snap-On Tools Fixed for Free

How To Get Your Snap-On Tools Fixed for Free

Snap-On tools have pretty much the same guarantee as Craftsman Tools. - It breaks, we fix or replace it. - I've used and trusted Snap-On tools for about 15 years now. I used to work in an auto body shop and learned quickly how long cheap tools really last. I recently had both a Craftsman ratchet and my Snap-On ratchet break at the same time. I went to my local Sears and they replaced the Craftsman ratchet, no questions asked, since the actual head of the socket receiver broke in half. I've also been keeping an eye out for a Snap-On franchisee so I could get my Snap-On ratchet repaired or replaced. Luckily, I was driving by an auto shop last night and saw a Snap-On franchisee truck sitting in the parking lot. I quickly pulled up to the truck and grabbed my broken Snap-On ratchet from the glove box. The franchisee was quick to repair my trusty Snap-On ratchet. Within 15 minutes the innards of my ratchet were brand new. I'm thrilled to own such quality tools. There's nothing like getting your Snap-On tools fixed for free!



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