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  1. Well i continue to be impressed with their e-service. 5 minute registration online, sent in an impact driver that was very very beat up and no readable serial number for a mode selector issue. They replaced the motor, electronic assembly, and the entire outer case of the tool. Basically replaced everything except the nose cone and it looks brand new. No charge, thanks 👍
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  2. tools shop owner from the uk hows every one doing
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  3. a couple concrete tools, some ope, some Tough System/tstak stuff, and those shop benches are what I can think of.
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  4. Just looking to make it look pretty to sell the place. Of course, with what I spent on sandpaper and deck stain, a new deck surface might have been a better idea. Particularly if I put any value on my time. LOL
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  5. Bosch ps22 12V brushless hex driver (already had the Makita).
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  6. This sounds ridiculous, but it absolutely happens. My father got a 1 year old pit bull puppy that was way too friendly and within about a month, someone had stolen him from the yard when my dad was inside.
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  7. That could open them up to legal action depending on their local laws if someone is bitten by the dog, regardless of whether the person bit was committing a crime or not. Plus a lot of dogs won't do anything helpful choosing either to befriend this new stranger or running away themselves. A dog can be a deterrent but can't replace an alarm, additionally the dog could become a target of theft as well if someone decides they want the dog.
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  8. I think u have to pay extra to cover tools on a commercial policy but I’m not sure. All this talk about buying new tools and buying a building/shop, why not just pay to have the locks fixed and get an alarm installed? Or put a fence up and get a mean ass dog...
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  9. How does insurance work for this sort of thing? The fact that you didn’t lock things up may get in your way, but I would have thought you could get a substantial amount of coverage for stuff like that.
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  10. That's (kind of) good to hear. Hopefully they will do the same for mine. I dropped mine off at a repair center, so I'm hoping is less likely I get a "normal wear and tear" spiel. My light too is nearly new and obviously barely. In my opinion, that makes it a clear manufacturer defect.
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  11. Yeah moving is on the list of things for if I can make this thing start flowing cash. When I move it's going to have to have a shop big enough to lock a truck in. Other option is leasing a shop for the business, but that's at least a few months down the road. I do have a dealership agreement with one equipment company and a few more lined up so if any of that moves then a building with a shop to park in will be faster than buying a house with a shop or building one.
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  12. I’ve got a Wera I like a lot. Got the first gen Milwaukee that I’ve had for several years too that is pretty decent.
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  13. As you know I’m a framer...just wondering if anyone else out here gets so Damn Excited 😆.... when /if you get a Free sweatshirt or T-shirt from a lumber yard or tool company..? We got our yearly ..Free...sweatshirts from the two lumber companies we get stock from all year...each guy gets 2 and of course I take 3..they are heavy duty,quality with the lumberyard name on it....I have some of these sweatshirts still, going back 20yrs... Same in the summer with T-shirt’s.......don’t know what it is but to us it’s like winning the lottery!!!!! . Such i silly thing , but the
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  14. A FlexVolt coffee maker would be nice for FTX and bivouacs. I invested in a couple of Ridgid fans (DeWalt's was still a couple of months out at the time) to help fight the GA heat a few months ago. It's great using these newer innovations to make life a little more comfortable in training. Obviously, I'm not in a tactical unit at the moment.
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  15. That's not a bad idea really. Hot food on a cordless jobsite! A 9" cordless grinder is possible so an 800-1000W microwave might be too.
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  16. Great set up @snohiker..you are set up sweet in there. Love the full size tool chest in there. ....I have that Dewalt trim compressor 200psi,,quiet as a dryer...works awesome...and a fridge ? Gotta love it...great job man
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