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#1 posted 03-10-2019 02:18 AM

Well, I’m glad I starting collecting my Craftsman mechanics tools when I was a kid in the 70’s and 80’s. Rebuilt a few muscle car and sports car motors with them. Chassis, front ends, rear ends, suspensions, body parts, etc. too. They’ve Been faithful to me over the years in everything else since. I still have a few of my Dad’s that are way older. In a word, Workhorses. These days, given my budget, I’d gladly replace my reliable jobsite TS with an old C-Man 113. series when I have the room. From what I’ve read here, an older cast iron one can be tweaked to decent tolerances (fence first, obviously) for finer work.

-- Marty, Long Island, NY

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