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Old 10-20-2008, 07:58 PM   #1
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As contractors and users/abusers of power hand tools, would you be interested in a service that would come to your shop/jobsite, pick up any tools in need of repairs, perform said repairs (to OSHA standards of course) using new OEM replacement parts and deliver them back to your jobsite/shop (or pick-up at a local repair shop)?

I am not talking about a brand specific tool repair, but something that would eliminate dropping off at different service centers, a service where you could drop off/have picked up ANY power tool needing repair.
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Old 10-21-2008, 03:46 AM   #2
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sounds good my god damm tools are always breaking. grrr


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Even if I had 1 location that I could send them too if it was reliable and fairly fast. I have mostly Dewalt, Milwaukee and Bosch tools that would need to be repaired. My lumber supply yard has a guy on staff that has my Bostich air guns and some of the Dewalt tools covered.
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Yes. And if you can put alien brand or Makita guts in my pile of dead Ryobi's, then I would take over a small productive country to repay you for your efforts.
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