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– Blue Point (Snap On?) 6″ reversible safety wire pliers are worth their weight in gold.
– [This little bastard is absolutely indispensable](http://store.snapon.com/Round-Head-chrome-1-4–Ratchet-Round-Head-Standard-Handle-1-4–P650770.aspx)
– [I’m pretty fond of this one, too](http://store.snapon.com/Round-Head-chrome-1-4–Ratchet-Round-Head-Long-Flex-Head-Soft-Grip-6-7-8–P648890.aspx)
– A 3/8″ drive speed handle is a definite necessity. [This bad boy](http://store.snapon.com/Speeders-chrome-Speeder-Comfort-Knob-16-5-8–P631527.aspx) is pretty fucing nice, as you can put some ass behind it without hurting your hand. Get a decent bit holder for it, as well.
– Personally, I don’t bother with any 6-point wrenches or sockets. 12-point all the way.
– A decent-length 1/2″ drive breaker bar can be useful.
– Stubby wrenches can also be handy.
Beyond that… It all depends on where you plan on working. Also, it may seem like I’m a Snap-On shill, but I’ve gotta tell you… I spent 5 years working with perfectly serviceable Craftsman stuff, but sometimes, spending more on certain tools is so very worth it.