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TRThomas 11-28-2018 02:16 AM

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Dewalt rapid deploy work table underneath there somewhere. Bunch of random hardwood boards, Lathe out in the shop but the manual is pretty much the same thing, classic 4 for $20 Bessey clamps half in frame, Bacon Jerkey and some other stuff.

Big Johnson 11-28-2018 07:04 AM

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Originally Posted by Randy Bush (Post 7418337)
Picked this up for$ 100 today, even though don't do a lot of plumbing was to good of a deal to pass up.https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...283ef0543b72.j

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Where did you find it?

Big Johnson 11-28-2018 07:05 AM

Went to home depot yesterday, what a cluster F.

onmywayup 11-28-2018 07:46 AM

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Originally Posted by Big Johnson (Post 7418749)
Went to home depot yesterday, what a cluster F.

Agreed. The aisles at all the ones around here are so filled with cardboard displays of drill bits and other small crap that I can't get a good working man's cart down half of them. Made a huge mistake of trying to buy supplies for a job on black Friday.

Leo G 11-28-2018 08:29 AM

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Originally Posted by VinylHanger (Post 7418309)
I know my man card may be in doubt now, but I was baking something and didn't have a mixer. Wow, now it is no longer in doubt. I think I lost it.

At least it is Black and Decker

I know, that doesn't help much.https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...4a1b2aeb00.jpg

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Nothing wrong with a man who can feed himself and make cookies for the other contractors!!

I'd like peanut butter cookies please.:whistling

Randy Bush 11-28-2018 09:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Big Johnson (Post 7418747)
Where did you find it?

It is a used one, but in good condition. Did some repair work for neighbor lady, her husband was a contractor that got shot a few years back, and traded labor for it. She is selling off all the tools.

Windycity 11-28-2018 06:30 PM

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After years of needing one I finally bought a multi tool! Couldnít pass up the deal that basically included a free drill and two small batteries as well


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TRThomas 11-29-2018 01:56 AM

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Santa showed up today in a big brown sleigh!

This thing sure makes some nice cuts in hardwood. I was thrown off a bit by the sound of the motor compared to the 10" cordless but she ate 2" x 3" laminated walnut, hard maple and birch blank I glued up no problem. Very stable head compared to the 10", and blades are dirt cheap so maybe I'll actually have a miter saw I can keep a decent blade in for nice pieces of wood.

Also, really digging the Harbor Freight lathe and their "Pro" turning chisel set. Once I sharpened them properly they hold an edge really well.Turned 4 bottle stopper blanks and the laminated hardwood from above into a 19" French rolling pin and sanded all of them to 600 grit in about 2 hours.

TRThomas 11-29-2018 02:03 AM

oh and if you notice the vertical line of spots on the wall just about in line with where the lathe chuck would be... if you plan to turn some small projects ~1" diameter), you need to be up around 2200 RPM to get clean cuts. If you plan on finishing them with CA glue, as I did, be sure not to leave it at 2200 RPM when you go to apply the glue. 600 RPM is more than enough.

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Originally Posted by Windycity (Post 7419097)

After years of needing one I finally bought a multi tool! Couldn’t pass up the deal that basically included a free drill and two small batteries as well


You picked the best cordless tool (IMHO) to start with. Only one I use any more. It sands REALLY well too, something to keep in mind if you're needing to sand something into a corner.

madmax718 11-29-2018 01:06 PM

thats a awesome deal on a propex tool. I had just ordered one and paid way more than that for just a bare tool and 1 extra head.

madmax718 11-29-2018 01:12 PM

Bought bosch 1617 router with both bases, bosch SDS dust shroud, 4 dewalt clear tops tuff boxes, 4 dewalt small tuff boxes, some marples chisles, and 3 tuff racks for the boxes. Was just telling the mrs that it was only 800 but there's some stuff I forgot like the m12 propex and a bunch of fittings... so.. it was more like 2000... ooops

Calidecks 11-29-2018 01:52 PM

Bosch 1-5/8" Max bought today

This thing will also dig small footings.

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Leo G 11-29-2018 02:01 PM

We should rename this the Tool Whore thread.:laughing:

Inner10 11-29-2018 06:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Californiadecks (Post 7419689)
Bosch 1-5/8" Max bought today

This thing will also dig small footings.

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Mike it's corded....

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Leo G 11-29-2018 06:32 PM

That's becoming a sin these days :laughing:

cedarboarder 11-29-2018 06:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Windycity (Post 7419097)

After years of needing one I finally bought a multi tool! Couldnít pass up the deal that basically included a free drill and two small batteries as well


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was about to say. how the hell do not own one yet..... then i saw the trade title.... hahaha

its a good tool. I like the variable speed trigger on it.

Windycity 11-29-2018 06:39 PM

TBA Meeting 2 (Tool Buyers Anonymous)
 
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Originally Posted by cedarboarder (Post 7419787)
was about to say. how the hell do not own one yet..... then i saw the trade title.... hahaha



its a good tool. I like the variable speed trigger on it.



Haha yea I am a bricklayer and when I installed new hardwood floors in my house years ago I used my trusty sawzall to cut the door trim.....letís just say itís real purdy at a 45 degree angle! LOL someday Iíll fix it, but my chimney has needed Tuckpointing for a few years now so I better get to that first

I Used it a couple times now and agree I like the variable speed trigger as well....


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Calidecks 11-29-2018 07:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Inner10 (Post 7419779)
Mike it's corded....

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Yeah I know. But all my digging machines are corded.


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hdavis 11-29-2018 08:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Diamond D. (Post 7418259)
Is that necessary on all these closed/continued threads?
I was hoping we'd be carried over. :scooter:

D.

Dunno.

tgeb 11-29-2018 09:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Californiadecks (Post 7419689)
Bosch 1-5/8" Max bought today

This thing will also dig small footings.

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I've had the old version of that and found that the, Milwaukee hit harder and faster, so I bought 2 Milwaukee tools that size for the underpinning work I do at times.

That being an new/updated version of what I had, might do better than the red tools....


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