In this video I am going to go over the top 5 best and most useful tools whenever I am working on my car or even for work like remodeling around the house. These useful tools are both hand tools and power tools like the Milwaukee 3/4 Ratchet, Harbor Freight Chicago Electric 1/4 " inch impact gun, Extendable flex head reversible 3/8 Ratchet, Extra Long reversible offset Ratchets with a swivel head.

Here are links to products which were used in this video:

Milwaukee 3/8" Ratchet (Tool Only): amzn.to/2NUnnbF
Milwaukee Double Battery Set: amzn.to/2ArAMpT
Milwaukee Charger: amzn.to/2v4dKAe

XL Set of Ratcheting Wrenches (Metric): amzn.to/2mZ4ybG
XL Set of Ratcheting Wrenches (SAE): amzn.to/2v4eQMm

1/4" Impact gun by Chicago Electric: bit.ly/2v32cNw

Extendable 3/8" Ratchet with a flex head: amzn.to/2OvY80r

Socket Organizer: amzn.to/2v4fYj4

Ratchet Adapters: amzn.to/2AxWQiK

Extensions: amzn.to/2LQjIhx

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Comments

    • TrueNomadSkies
      TrueNomadSkies

      I love my flex head ratchets. Mine are a little different (they swivel in the centre and can become like a straight vertical screw driver), but same idea in that they work with different angles. Well worth what I paid.

      about 20 hours ago
    • WiseDev17
      WiseDev17

      I think it's nonsensical to recommend a Milwaukee ratchet and then an impact gun of another brand since the Milwaukee batteries are interchangeable among other tools-- you save so much more money that way. Just saying bro.

      about 1 day ago
    • Johnathan Grey
      Johnathan Grey

      Do you like Corona's?

      about 18 days ago
    • Common Tater
      Common Tater

      CUT! Thanks for leaving that in - great info and a bit of humor.

      about 1 month ago
    • Chris B
      Chris B

      Great video buying some of your suggestions now Thanks!

      about 1 month ago
    • Oscar S.
      Oscar S.

      This guy is the autistic version of Scotty Kilmer

      about 1 month ago
    • Juan C
      Juan C

      Since you already have the Milwaukee, get the stubby impact.


      Or if you don’t want to spend 200.00 Dewalt has the new 12v xtreme impact wrench for 99.99

      about 2 months ago
    • s. fitz
      s. fitz

      Thank you for your videos. I just purchased the E-Z Red redhead expendable ratchet as a part of doing my first DIG timing belt, water pump, and crank/cam seals on my RX300. Wrench worked great on both flex and extra leverage on extension. They have upgraded the wrench so the head locks in place by pressing a button on the side of it. I'm normally a Harbor Freight person but their version doesn't have the head click/lock you recommended. I got mine for $26 bucks on Amazon. Only $5 bucks more than H-F with better features.

      about 2 months ago
    • s. fitz
      s. fitz In reply to s. fitz

      DIY

      about 2 months ago
    • Dan Banks
      Dan Banks

      The 6 pack is the first one you need for any job🍺

      about 2 months ago
    • VIKINGNORM
      VIKINGNORM

      Great video!!! My favorite tool is actually 2 tools, my 1/4 drive Milwaukee m12 & my 3/8 m12 Fuel, my goodness do they save time & arm pump!!! Subbed!!!

      about 3 months ago
    • David Cares
      David Cares

      Your sponsoring Amazon.

      about 3 months ago
    • Danny ZR1
      Danny ZR1

      Would you guys get 1/2 or 3/8 or 1/4 impact wrench and ratchet wich one would you buy?

      about 3 months ago
    • Jose Luna
      Jose Luna In reply to Danny ZR1

      Danny ZR1 1/2

      about 3 months ago
    • HipsterBot
      HipsterBot

      11" and about 2lbs.... very nice

      about 3 months ago
    • DB Telecom
      DB Telecom

      6:48 is the greatest part ever!

      about 4 months ago
    • ManaJack
      ManaJack

      "Hey dewiturselfers"

      about 4 months ago
    • Servant of YHWH
      Servant of YHWH In reply to ManaJack

      😁

      about 1 month ago
    • Ed Lewis
      Ed Lewis

      LOL ...fun stuff !

      about 4 months ago
    • William Sleight
      William Sleight

      I got a chicago electric hammer drill from harbor freight and i have put that thing through the ringer with loads of concrete work and still going strong. Was unexpectedly impressed with it for the cost. Other than harbor freights central pneumatic accesories i havent had any problems. Ill be going with high dollar brands a lot less from here on.

      about 4 months ago
    • fponias
      fponias

      Impact wrench is, hands down, the best tool I bought for auto work. I stopped stripping the heads off bolts and immensely reduced my work time because I wasn't taking an hour trying to undo a stuck fastener. When I got one I was like, "Why didn't I get one of these months ago?"

      about 5 months ago
    • Yung Snoop
      Yung Snoop In reply to fponias

      Same bro lmao 😂

      about 4 months ago
    • Tony Guerrero
      Tony Guerrero

      Ur funny as hell and informative I wanna b like u when I grow up

      about 5 months ago
    • Will R
      Will R

      I do is great to learn

      about 6 months ago
    • Pravesh Persad
      Pravesh Persad

      Hey bro how does it feel when fixing cars to jus stare at a camera an talk is it akward

      about 6 months ago
    • behexen250
      behexen250

      I have the exact same set of wrenches he showed last. Mine are branded Klutch, and you can get them at Northern Tool. I do break them occasionally (usually at the swivel), but they always replace them.

      about 6 months ago
    • No use for lazy people None.
      No use for lazy people None.

      On the 3/8 Milwaukee Ratchet. He should have put a Torque Wrench on the bolt to SEE how much Torque it actually took. This was not fair to the tool

      about 6 months ago
    • behexen250
      behexen250 In reply to No use for lazy people None.

      I have the same one. Once it gets moving, its a lot more powerful than from a dead stop. So, if you are tightening a loose nut or bolt, its like 5x more powerful. If you're trying to break something loose, a good trick is to get the ratchet spinning first, and then slip it on to whatever it is you're trying to break free. It doesn't spin fast enough, or have enough power to do damage, but he would definitely be able to remove those hood bolts if he did it this way.

      about 6 months ago
    • BeardedVeteran
      BeardedVeteran

      I would add a pen magnet with extension. Cant tell you how many nuts and bolts i dropped but found due to that tool !

      about 6 months ago
    • Franco Galloso
      Franco Galloso

      Haha you're the best man ... 6:45 specially.

      about 6 months ago
    • adventure rhoades
      adventure rhoades

      Great videos you have
      Here is my best mechanic lol cooter jim https://youtu.be/W644mpftCjk

      about 7 months ago
    • megadethGUY M
      megadethGUY M

      That ez red ratchet is very handy im not gonna lie i use mines alot at work cuhz you can change the length

      about 7 months ago
    • David Hart
      David Hart

      Very helpful, thanks

      about 7 months ago
    • SteveR
      SteveR

      As a DIYer, I've found that I could often get into tight spaces and remove fasteners with a stubby 3/8" ratchet.  Especially useful for spark plugs, and you wouldn't need to have a flex-head to do it.  The old-school flex-heads often didn't have locking positions, as the newer ones do.  The texture you referred to on extensions is commonly known as "knurling", which I suspect you simply forgot in the heat of the moment.  Happens to me all the time.

      about 7 months ago
    • Aamir Nawaz
      Aamir Nawaz

      Waooo awesome tools I really like this..
      Hoop I will buy.
      .......... Your video is great & useful for my job... I m also mechanic....

      about 7 months ago