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  1. 7 points
    It my not be new but it is new to me. F-250 Super Duty 6.4L V8 32V DDI OHV Twin Turbo Diesel
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    I can beat everyone here!!! Feast on this master piece!!
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    I don't remember who got some Wera stickers and who didn't (other than my boy @rrich1). PM me or email me directly at ryan@kctoolco.com. Ill hook a TIA brother up. The stickers are badazz...
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    I have a giveaway going on now on Instragram Tough Tool Reviews on Instragram Your choice on DeWalt 20v Bare tool and 5amp starter pack thanks to Tool Barn [emoji106]
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    I might not win a Radius light but I will win this thread!!!
  8. 3 points
    Picked up this little beauty today! Definitely sub-compact! Pics are next to a well-used DTD148! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Dude. Your such a glutton. Say goodbye to Red. Next up, a Midi or CT26. An MFT/3 with a TS55REQ. Then a T18 Set. Oh and wait, an LR32 to go with your OF1400? All I got to say is, I have a spare room when your wife leaves you
  10. 3 points
    Looking like the 108th time is the charm
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    Jason. That is Fu$€ed up dude.
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    I feel like I should burn my phone now! Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
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    WTH? I just feel dirty now! Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
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    A bit over three years ago, I bought a decrepit old house in need of general upgrades and repairs. Like any building that has been neglected for long periods of time, there is always hidden damage that just doesn't show up, or register when doing the pre-purchase inspection. In my journey to begin the repairs to the house I found some structural issues complicated by improper mechanical installations that eventually led to the following picture... Over the years, this tool has saved me on many occasions. I have used it to install 110 pound I-beams in my old shop in Florida, and recently used it to remove a non-structural beam over a door opening of what used to be the coal bin in this house. Beats the heck out of having to call someone over to help. The beam itself needed to be removed so that I could re-rout the return air duct and will be used to repair the following abortion on the adjacent structural support wall. This seems to have been originally created by whomever installed the original coal fired furnace duct work. This was further aggravated by the "professional crew" that installed the most recent furnace and ducting, by covering it all up. The area over head in the house is the access hall to the back side of the house. Anyways, waste not, want not. This is just one of many adjustments to make on this long journey I bought myself into. The house has good bones, just needed someone to catch up on all the neglect.
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    Nice Chris! Great review first impressions! Looks like Makita is really making some serious strides here. I do NOT need another battery platform!!
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    It's crazy how much grown men love stickers, but for some reason I still love them! Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
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    John and mondo know I'm running out of moonshine cherries!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  20. 2 points
    You just have to get one. The belt hook is reversible and that's where they put the bit holder on impact drivers, and drills.
  21. 2 points
    lol I'm a Mets fan rooting for the Cubs! Just for you Eric
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    If you make it realistic enough, think of the viral possibilities!!
  24. 2 points
    I posted this on facebook earlier this month. I have a dark sense of humor
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    Congratulations! As always I'm a few days late But as they say better late then never. Once again Congratulations
  26. 2 points
    I appreciate the vote guys, but I won the "Granddaddy" of tool giveaways. The tiacrew is the best! And TIA is the greatest tool forum bar none!
  27. 1 point
    I've been putting together a small woodworking / project shop in my 2 car garage. It takes up just about half of the space as shown in picture. I mounted the lathe and the band saw on Harbor Frieght workbenches, then installed drop casters so I can move them around as needed. This also allowed me another full empty workbench for misc activity. A lot of clean up and re-organizing, and this is what I got. I hope to keep it at least half this clean going forward. let me know what you think .... THANKS CREW !!!
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    I just found out that I was one of the lucky winners to win a cordless metabo grinder!! crazy excited to get it and try my first Metabo tool Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    An unbelievably Series and an equally unbelievable game 7. You could not ask for a better movie script. Or was it? Go Cubs [emoji1306][emoji1306] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  31. 1 point
    Congrats to all the cubbies. My Royals won last year. Happy to see you all shake the ghosts off.
  32. 1 point
    Man I've watched countless hours of video about power tools, hand tools, shops, storage solutions, framing, decking, cabinetry, furniture, concrete...everything. I do my research in depth. I've gained a lot of knowledge just by watching others perform a task before I give it a go. It helps. Some video's are done in an impressive manner, and this folks is top of the line, jaw dropping cool. While this video might not be the most instructional, I can guarantee you it is the most fascinating bit of shop making magic you've probably ever seen. I can't even imagine how long it took this guy to make all the stop animation...movie magic is the only term that I can think of that fits it. Dude's a pro. Enjoy.
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    77ford, Have you cut anything with the saw yet? The reason I ask is this: I've heard that the slide might bind slightly when set to a right bevel. This morning I met the rep at another HD. Yesterday he told me where he'd be today, and that just happened to be on the way to the job. Sure enough, the slide stiffened a bit as the head was being slid towards the table while being set on the right bevel at 45. Left was smooth. I only wonder if it'll get better or worse? I've had the LS1013 since '98. It's as smooth now as it was then. I've been cutting 5/4 x 10 plinth blocks for columns the past day and a half, so I'm in the slide-saw-zone. Anyway, if the DW binds I'm concerned it might jack with the cut somewhat, like chatter or walk. I'd like that not to be an issue. I want this bad boy, and I want those batteries for the rest of my DW 20V toys! However, I can't deal with whacked cuts on the material I'm working with. Just too pricey.
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    Don't forget the Ford cordless tools... Rebranded Chicago Electric which might be a rebrand of another and built by who knows.... Harbor freight special
  35. 1 point
    Time for some eye bleach!. Yay! Everyone finding common ground on the horrible political crapstew, now we're gonna have to eat it... Or move
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    [emoji23][emoji23] got any to spare? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    That is an understatement! What did you type in Google to find that picture?! Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
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    Do stop-motion of you losing a thumb or something! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    They came today! Actually they came Monday, but FedEx wouldn't leave them without a signature, so he leaves a slip and I miss seeing it on the back door I don't regularly use. Then on Tuesday (yesterday) I see the slip, I sign my name for him to get today, so today he actually leaves it at the door ha .. . .. And this is where I'll keep an extra! .. I have it on high (jacket only, no pockets heat on) and it's been 3 hours so far.... They are very nice quality it appears, and the jacks fit together very snug! No slop at all when plugging them in!
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    Nice Regopit! Congratulations dude, looks awesome!
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    I have both the corded one, and the cordless. (older, not the fuel m18) The cordless works just fine. I cut all types of angle iron, uni-strut, threaded rod, rebar. It does just fine. The corded one doesn't see the light of day anymore.
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    Man I wonder what kind of deal he would give me on the circular saw. Already settled on getting a fuel sawzall instead with the 9.0 for less monies.
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    Good for you bro, awesome deal!!!! Keep that DW rep away from me!!!!
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    Yes. The one with the woman with gigantic knockers holding tools close to her cleavage in an embrace of power tools, flesh and wanton need to smoosh them together!
  46. 1 point
    This thread is tremendous. The best people are in this thread. They're making the best jokes. Huge jokes. Big league jokes. Just realized that Trump is perfect for Halloween; he's orange and round and has a scary face carved into his wrinkly head.
  47. 1 point
    Just watch some videos of the Metabo grinders and it will make that annoyance feel a lot better!
  48. 1 point
    Festool roadshow will be at Ace Tool in Wantagh Long Island this Thursday, its about 15 min from me. I'm going to try to swing by and try my luck picking up the Pro Sander
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    X2......It hit Slickdealers [emoji107]. I figured I better get in quick [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] Tough Tool Reviews on Instragram