I've been following the Youtube Channel for a little while, new to the forum. I have been very blessed in life with many things and tools are no exception. A couple of my great uncles left me their tools they purchased throughout the years. Most of it is older made in USA stuff and also some cheaper tools. When it comes to hand tools flare wrenches are the one thing that I realize I have none of. Not going to be using any of my tools professionally but I am a farmer and when I need a tool I need it to work. I'd like to get as full of a set as possible of both standard and metric double ended flare wrenches. I'm not against the crows feet that will fit on a ratchet but I'm afraid I'll wind up in a tight space that it just won't work for me. The best bang for the buck I have found is GearWrench with a 6 piece standard and a 6 piece metric set. I can get them both shipped to me for less than $100. I have found a similar option in SK that is going to run about $250. Please let me know what all y'all are using and how well it has held up. I prefer USA made. I know strength is important on these to keep them from opening up. I don't mind spending a little extra to get a good tool that will last my lifetime but I'm trying to be realistic also.
Thanks in advance,