Originally Posted by wassup8687
Check out Harbor Freight they have a lifetime warranty on their hand tools. They work well for small light weight jobs.
Yep, for small jobs and low price HF tools are hard to beat. However, today it's doors and the mirrors. Tomorrow its a bumper and lift kit. Once you get bug of taking parts off your Jeep you the addiction of modifying it. This requires more and more tools.
As mentioned before, I would also consider the Craftsman tools. There is never any questions asked when replacing them. When Sears was doing better in the past once or twice they replaced the whole set of wrenches or sockets for me.
The brand you can buy at Lowes sometimes has some innovative (almost novelty) tools but they are low to middle grade. For top shelf consider: SnapOn.