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Old 03-13-2013, 10:15 PM
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Show off your tools, share them and suggest them. Have at it.
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:11 PM
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Guess ill start it off..lol Gf got me a sick Gerber Suspension multitool yesterday.

It has a good lock too
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:16 PM
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Good GF:-) My last boss have me a black Gerber Flik at the company Christmas party, barely used it, ended up selling it lol



12" Dewalt miter saw, Bostich compressor and trim nailer, Milwaukee Sawzall, Craftsman 12v multi tool, Rigid shop vac....very small part of what I own

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Old 03-14-2013, 10:27 PM
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Good GF:-) My last boss have me a black Gerber Flik at the company Christmas party, barely used it, ended up selling it lol

12" Dewalt miter saw, Bostich compressor and trim nailer, Milwaukee Sawzall, Craftsman 12v multi tool, Rigid shop vac....very small part of what I own
Oh yes haha. You a contractor?
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:28 PM
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Good GF:-) My last boss have me a black Gerber Flik at the company Christmas party, barely used it, ended up selling it lol



12" Dewalt miter saw, Bostich compressor and trim nailer, Milwaukee Sawzall, Craftsman 12v multi tool, Rigid shop vac....very small part of what I own
looks like my truck at any given moment lol

i had one of those multi tools but rigid 12v li-ion it was awesome, soo many uses, cutting around pipes to replace vanities, undercutting doorjambs and trim, lil sander works well in tight areas.... i still have it but got a regrouting job at a taco bell a while back so i splurged on a corded rockwell that has a quick attachment dealio on it. it is bad ass-er. i havent used the battery one since.
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Old 03-14-2013, 10:54 PM
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Oh yes haha. You a contractor?
I own my own remodeling business.

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looks like my truck at any given moment lol

i had one of those multi tools but rigid 12v li-ion it was awesome, soo many uses, cutting around pipes to replace vanities, undercutting doorjambs and trim, lil sander works well in tight areas.... i still have it but got a regrouting job at a taco bell a while back so i splurged on a corded rockwell that has a quick attachment dealio on it. it is bad ass-er. i havent used the battery one since.

I paid $30 for the cordless craftsman on Craigslist, bought a second battery...I rarely run one battery down. That tool is always on my truck..but if I ran into what you did(I wouldn't want a job like that lol) I'd go corded too! I get by with cordless for 90% of my jobs, but when you need electric, you need it
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Old 03-15-2013, 11:37 PM
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The ultimate Ford plug changing tool.

http://www.mactools.com/Product/tabi...9/Default.aspx
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:34 AM
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Using these today...Bostitch compressor and 16ga trim nailer



10" DeWalt miter saw

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