I’ve had my blue point ratcheting combos for like 11 years of nonstop abuse and the common sizes are starting to skip. i can still buy a new set as a williams but i’m looking to upgrade.
the snap-on my coworker had was from another planet compared to it. so much sleeker slimmer and nicer in the...
3.2 engine bay is 900 pounds of stuff in a 1 pound bag. These things are bland and not enjoyable to work on, but you could do worse.
Volvo is very good at doing some things, and luckily for you Ford got all their major and important tech.
aftermarket bolt-on hubs have always been lowest bidder items. timken and skf routinely rebadge whitebox items you can get under autoshack detroit axle etc.
i rarely have issues with these but if your luck runs out just go on ebay and get another one that works or buy genuine and forget about it.
nobody changes dot4 either and it still generally outlives the rest of the vehicle, shrek green bottle and all.
any 10 year old car with dot 3 will fail out copper test strips. change at reasonable 5 year intervals and move on with life.
my s60r had the inside DRL where the high beams go on the euro models instead of that dumb motorized one.
all cars of that era with DRLs programmed had marker lights and tails on, basically just disabled the high beams lol.