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BK13

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  1. Yeah, you need to convince her you need an 80 gal., 5 HP compressor and a couple of Proto impact wrenches to install the light...
  2. Amazing... People who didn't have to work for anything they have insulting those who do honest, quality work...
  3. My local Snap On guy would begin referring to me as "Mr. BK"! Probably the same as everybody else, depending on how big the windfall was... If it is big enough, get the heck out of the city/suburbs, build a stick built shop/garage big enough to park a pretty good sized jet sled, my Jeep, and a full size longbed crew cab pickup. Divided area for a woodshop. Plumbed for vacuum on the wood side, and a big compressor plumbed with a lot of outlets on the other. Lots and lots of power plugs, 220/240v outlets for welder/plasma cutter. More modest windfall, I'd get all the M12 and M18 tools I want: 12v... Fuel 1/4" impact wrench, 1/4" and 3/8" ratchet, Fuel drll driver(non-hammer), Fuel screwdriver 18v... Fuel hammer drill/driver, impact driver, 3/8" and 1/2" impact wrench, 1/2" high torque impact wrench Euro 4.5 and 5" grinders, Fein, Metabo, or Bosch Tool box... HF 44" and/or 56", Snap On KRSC46 cart.
  4. I have wondered if those are any different/better than the regular Speedbor....
  5. I understand the concern over being only for a specific model of phone, but I imagine the the prices will continue to fall, and I also see that additional companies will figure out how to copy FLIRs... Excuse me, design their own models....
  6. I bought some of the bits (#2 Phillips, I think) but haven't used them much... Just drove some additional screws into my parent's fence gate, maybe a dozen total.
  7. I'd like to check out a Menards, but I think the nearest one is about 1200 miles away. I'd have to buy a bunch of cheap tools to make that come out even at 15MPG...
  8. I think I might need to pick up a miter saw... deWalt or Bosch, probably. I'd like to pick up a few M18 Fuel tools... 3/8 and 1/2 impact wrench, maybe the 1/2" High Torque impact, maybe an impact driver, maybe a hammer drill. I'm moving to try and complete my 6pt socket sets, at least in 1/4" drive for this year, so I'm kind of looking at Williams or SK shallow and Williams deep. I'd also like to pick up some semi-deep, probably go with SK for those. And that dang Conductor guy really has me wanting to pick up some Proto ratcheting combo wrenches...
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