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    How can I say no? $229 with a free battery. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    in Geneva of all places I found my dream car.... ok Step1 Set up shipping now so it can be here for middle of April Step 2 call insurance to see how much coverage will be Step 3 wake up!....lol what a car.......
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    Hate to see the 240... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    @Conductor562 Never seen a handheld machine to fill hot dog casings before. Hmm doesn't appear to have much in terms of a meat paste storage before it goes into the casing.
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    Damn good topic I should take some more pictures of stuff when I get home
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    I guess that clamp don't last long........
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    Found 3 of these today........[emoji106] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    PB Swiss also has a version too but the Wiha looks nicer. @NicolasRamos has the Wiha
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    Thank you all, for what would have been excellent knowledgeable assistance !! Ok..... FOUND IT !!! Whew ! That was close. it is a Wiha bit flip... I was pretty sure it was @KC_Tool that has them..... must have !!
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    None of them will compare to the 8" corded, it's a pretty bad*** saw. The 18v we have I think was designed more for cutting like roofing tin. It would do 12ga sheet steel but it worked it pretty hard and we never really used it. That being said I know power tools have come a long ways the last 10-15 years. Even if it's not a complete replacement for the corded saw if it were somewhere in between that and the old 18v I would have a lot of use for it.
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    Ratcheting set, Chinese Origin 1/2 9/16 11/32 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 Who wants them? They've been replaced by jokers Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Lol none taken! It's crazy. I'm going for practicality, but this guy has a sickness lol even down to his wrist watch ..
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    Hey look what I finally finished! Owen wanted to be in the pic. Lol Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
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    I know I have posted it before but we just use 2 10" heavy duty angle brackets. We screwed them right to a piece of 3/4" osb in our van. Welded a tab to keep the boxes in place. Cheap and heavy duty.
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    i dont know, when i bought my van i had it outfitted with 3000.00 worth of adrian steel shelving units, nothing is secure there i have bungi cords all over keeping things on the shelves. I want to take one side off and use the the tough system, i guess ill just have to bite the bullet and make my own. ill just need more beer
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    I could see them working well in a job trailer even though they are not vehicle rated
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    At least they are telling you up front, not to do it. I am sure when they show up on HomeDepot.com , some idiot will install them in a van and rate it one star and tell folks why it was unsatisfactory for the job. There was another thread: that mentioned them with pictures, and a description of the differences in the brackets (on page 2). From what it sounds like the brackets are lighter because they won't be moving like on the trolley/ hand truck and taking abuse. I also think the vertical tubes come in multiple pieces instead of one piece tubes (it makes it easier and cheaper to ship with a 2 1/2 foot box instead of one 5 feet long. So the strength would be compromised there too.
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    Spent yesterday turning a small project into a big one...why does that happen? Wanted to do something simple, take down a shelf and build a new one. That wound up requiring a lot more than I originally planned. Had to remove a cord holder, take down the shelf, build the new one, etc.. So...you do the normal things like take the stuff off the shelf, take the cord holder off, then rummage around looking for suitable materials to make the new shelf. Look at your wood resources, then remember you have spare shelving behind the toolboxes. Cue the circus music. Now you have to move shit out of the way to get to that stuff, which reminds you that you've been planning to redo your bench grinder mount. Now you're building a shelf and moving a grinder. As you're building the shelf and planning a new mount for the grinder you realize that if you build a decent shelf/table for the grinder you can move your drill press. So now it's three things...build a new shelf, redo the bench grinder mount, move the drill press. Now the circus music gets louder, because when you move the drill press you want to replace the piece of benchtop to get rid of the holes that's in it. You're doing four different things...no wait, make that five because you're also moving that folding picnic table and card table to new locations..no wait again, now you're doing six things because you're also rearranging the shoe storage...uh...no...seven things, because you're also moving those stupid insect and weed chemical jugs to new locations. SHIT!!! Eight things!! Because now you're building a little holder for your glue gun... Holy hell in a rickety shopping cart, this stuff is reeeeedickyoulous. Luckily I learned a long, long time ago to channel ADD into the perfect way to multi-task, because along with the simple project that turned into 30 different things you have to add into it playing with the dog, eating, bathroom breaks, etc.. It's a great way to do a shitload of stuff and get it all done without skipping a beat. A mind is a terrible thing to waste...right? So long story short the poor garage went through yet another transformation. And, you'd probably not be surprised, but you'd be surprised at how many tools you can use to do the simplest of things. Things went from this... IMG_0882 by Edward Durbin, on Flickr to eventually becoming this... IMG_1700 by Edward Durbin, on Flickr
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    Rocking it old school baby ????
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    Found it http://toolguyd.com/starrett-hidden-edge-utility-knife/ Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Thought of you Justin when I came across this one: .. Funny thing is, the company that put this in have their place right across the road from this facility. They must not like their work if they get us to service the place instead of them...
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