Conductor562 Posted September 8, 2012 Report Share Posted September 8, 2012 Most people know Thorsen tools as a cheap ass, gas station brand of tools you buy in a pinch to put a new alternator belt on your car along the side of the road and then proceed to leave on the side of the road to spare the additional 7 feet per gallon the added weight of the tools would cost you. However, there was a time when Thorsen produced an excellent quality tool. I still have one of my grandpa's Thorsen ratchets from the 60's and it works great. Here is the story of a good tool gone straight to Hell.Thorsen Tools History Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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