U.S. size Craftsman socket kit Hello, These days, those oldest Craftsman socket + open/closed end wrenches sets are not being used. My wife’s mantra is if it doesn’t get used in two years, then out it goes. Somehow, I just can’t get rid of them. My son’s family has no need for them, then it will probably go to our nieces’s family as they are still in repair/building stages of hot rods, drag racing and automobiles in general. They were the recipients of the larger socket set, ratchet handle and “click” torque wrench from Craftsman several years ago. (as well as the Whitworth size sets) They also were the recipients of my 12”table saw, small drill press, 10” sliding radial arm saw, a vise, and a band saw that had seen its last days of use for me. Whitworth sizes left over from 1963 Greeves Motorcycle desert days I have organized the “stuff” in the garage cabinet drawers as to how many uses they get during the past year. Used a lot, top two drawers. Used little, the bottom drawers. That bottom drawer on both sides gets the most scrutiny as it gets full fast. When we used to have neighborhood garage sales, tools were the fastest thing to move off of the sale areas. My wife was happy. But, those sales are few and far between as the idea of garage sales is waning in our neighborhood. We even re-purposed another sliding basket cabinet for some other tools and parts, but they have to get cleaned out monthly. Our house and garage has the minimum as far as storage areas, so those drawers are very useful, now, for household stuff. I still have a smaller socket set, the original Craftsman open end and box sets and assorted old "guaranteed for life" Craftsman screwdrivers, etc. Jnaki In the garage, I had to repurpose the top drawer with a bunch of nicknaks for a specific 1/64 scale model drawer. The sight of little hot rods and customs in all stages of completion or builds are just sitting in there waiting their turn to get finished. When one idea pops up, it comes to the surface, but if it does not get finished, back in the drawer it goes. The little cars were neatly lined up on the counter surface for their place in the “refurb” shop. Plus, they have their own specialty tools in a separate smaller drawer. But, they got in the way of someone and the command was to get those little #$%$@ hidden away. All of the old, little things put away for later use in the wide drawer, had to bite the dust if they were not used in a year. Now, the little hot rod "refurb" shop has its customers all lined up in a wide drawer, ready for disassembly and customizing. The old tubes, plugs, wire ends, cable TV clips, license bolts, and stuff I saved but for whatever reason, all bit the dust to make way for the 1/64 hot rod shop. The top counter surface has to be clean as we walk by it daily. If the garage door is open, people drive/walk by and see how messy it is, my wife gets irritated. So, the counter top is relatively organized and not messy. We once had a three car garage house and that small third garage had a mile long counter and plenty of drawers that held a ton of “stuff” organized in order of use, just like today. But, it was my choice back then as the multiple drawers were just for hobbies and custom car stuff. Today’s minimalist garage is much better as it keeps me on my toes and a clean garage for everyone.