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rrich1    1,715

Roller base for the bandsaw, made in Japan bevel guide, and not pictured is a Whiteside t track router bit for the gaming table. 0a7d0bab30274e68059565859bca6c88.jpg

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Conductor562    2,533
9 hours ago, BMack37 said:

Only $15 but should be worth it!

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My old slim ph2 setup, 1" bit and the new slim driver

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Those are kinda cool

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Tug    130

A beautiful Bosch 36 Volt combi! It's big, it's ballsy, it's a pleasure to hold! 

 

No pics cos photobucket are twats.

 

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This thing's a beast! I'm loving it! 

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BMack37    3,798
20 hours ago, Tug said:

A beautiful Bosch 36 Volt combi! It's big, it's ballsy, it's a pleasure to hold! 

 

No pics cos photobucket are twats.

 

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JMG    653

This puppy showed up today, courtesy of Stuart from over at ToolGuyd, via ACME tools.

 

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A month or so ago, Stuart had a spot contest on his site for a Veto pack of the winners choice, and I feel quite lucky to have won this one. Awesome tool pack... Thanks again Stuart!!

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Biggie    118

I'd been wanting to take advantage of a 9.0 starter pack and a tool for $250 but really just didn't need any of the tools offered.  Then when I was looking at the fuel metal circular saw I stumbled across a company bundling it with the 9.0 starter.  Dont mind if i do take a 9.0 and fast charger for an extra $50.

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BMack37    3,798
8 hours ago, JMG said:

This puppy showed up today, courtesy of Stuart from over at ToolGuyd, via ACME tools.

 

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A month or so ago, Stuart had a spot contest on his site for a Veto pack of the winners choice, and I feel quite lucky to have won this one. Awesome tool pack... Thanks again Stuart!!

 

Awesome man! I was wondering who won that!!! Glad to see someone from the crew get it!

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BMack37    3,798

The other day I bought these on clearance for like $60 total:

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Tuesday I bought my 2nd and 3rd of these pouches, I bought the first at $13 but these were a much better deal :D

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rrich1    1,715

A couple of Laguna band saw blades, moisture meter, and some wild punches and chisels. e0f068cb4d38771d0bfe0ea03a921339.jpg

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dwasifar    350

Howzabout this little Hitachi 12v rotary tool:

 

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Check out that clearance price at Lowe's.  Don't strictly need this but for $39 I couldn't say no.

 

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Comes with a case, which is a big deal for me; I like organization.  They included two little bags of accessories, but disappointingly the case has no organization for those, so I'll probably have to improvise something.

 

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It's a little butt-heavy when you hold it.  I don't think I'd have paid the original $99 price for this, but for $39 it's a hella good deal.

 

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JimboS1ice    7,712
Howzabout this little Hitachi 12v rotary tool:
 
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Check out that clearance price at Lowe's.  Don't strictly need this but for $39 I couldn't say no.
 
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Comes with a case, which is a big deal for me; I like organization.  They included two little bags of accessories, but disappointingly the case has no organization for those, so I'll probably have to improvise something.
 
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It's a little butt-heavy when you hold it.  I don't think I'd have paid the original $99 price for this, but for $39 it's a hella good deal.
 

I've seen them here and there I want to say I've head some decent things about them


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Bought a ton of Milwaukee stuff this week, a local retailer was doing a $100 off per kit trade in. I got the gen 2 fuel hammer drill, sawzall and surge impact with 2 chargers and 3 5.0 batteries for $500! Also I got the vacuum and jigsaw m12 bare tools. All this is replacing a very well used dewalt 20v tool selection that has served me well for the past 5 years. But being a plumber my tools take a beating and I like to replace them while they still have some life left. That way I can pass them on to someone who needs them or keep them as a backup just in case. They are definitely too beat up to make it worth selling. Very excited to put my new tools to work Monday!


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Jronman    828

Well these arrived this week. New router, sander, and various accessories for each. Including some brands I did not already own.

 

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BMack37    3,798
10 hours ago, dwasifar said:

Howzabout this little Hitachi 12v rotary tool:

 

 

Check out that clearance price at Lowe's.  Don't strictly need this but for $39 I couldn't say no.

 

 

 

Comes with a case, which is a big deal for me; I like organization.  They included two little bags of accessories, but disappointingly the case has no organization for those, so I'll probably have to improvise something.

 

 

It's a little butt-heavy when you hold it.  I don't think I'd have paid the original $99 price for this, but for $39 it's a hella good deal.

 

 

All the battery powered rotary tools are a little heavy for fine work, yours is the epitome of "a little heavy" and "butt-heavy" ...get the Dremel or any other decent brand flex-hose extension: https://www.amazon.com/Dremel-225-01-Flex-Shaft-Attachment/dp/B0000302Y8

 

I use it a lot when using my Milwaukee with a 4.0 battery. It makes it easier when you can lay the tool down and just maneuver the slim body of the flex hose. That's what she said?

 

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D W    132

Automatic welding helmet. An unknown Chinese helmet from eBay. I bought it because of the cheap price ($120 AUD) and large viewing area. It's supposed to have a "true colour" lens but I wouldn't be able to tell having never used many helmets. Much better than my flip down helmet! 

 

 

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ChrisK    5,523
7 hours ago, Jronman said:

Well these arrived this week. New router, sander, and various accessories for each. Including some brands I did not already own.

 

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JimboS1ice    7,712

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Picked this up the other day at HD, couldn't pass it up for that price!


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Jronman    828
11 hours ago, rrich1 said:

Well there went some paychecks!@jronman

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around $2400 total but worth it.

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Jronman    828
22 minutes ago, rcarnes911 said:

Just got a $6 an hour raise so I thought I would treat myself

grats on the raise thats quite a bit.

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rcarnes911    94
grats on the raise thats quite a bit.
Thanks was going to quit and go run remodels again, but they offered to match the wage of the new job so instead of a $2 an hour raise I told them $6 and they said yes

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Tug    130

Ordered another Bosch 36 Volt battery, only 2Ah, but they work out far cheaper than the larger capacity packs. Should be here in a couple of days. 

 

I'd love to get a hold of a 6.0, but they're approximately 250 quid Stirling! 

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rcarnes911    94
grats on the raise thats quite a bit.
Thanks was going to quit and go run remodels again, but they offered to match the wage of the new job so instead of a $2 an hour raise I told them $6 and they said yes

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