Discussion in 'Mechanical' started by Silverback, Nov 3, 2010.
All my jacks, jack stands, & wheel chocks are HF
if I do get crushed youll all know why
That 2 ton dayton is actually pretty nice
It's the same design. Fap-Off sued and lost in court somehow
Same. Never had an issue. The HF jack lasted a long time before I bought a new one.
Easy bake ovening the hell out of this cam gear so I can drop it back on
And she’s back on.
Just saw this new Ryobi Electric zero turn. Wish I wasn't poor so I could buy it
RYOBI 42 in. 75 Ah Battery Electric Zero Turn Riding Mower-RY48ZTR75 - The Home Depot
Here you go @fsbrain03
Buy less fishing gear ⚙️
Wha??? Who is this? Who hacked @Taco Loco account?!?! He would never say this!
Damn laundry fairy,
That thing is sweet, and the wife just said “you should get it”.
2.5 acres on a charge, and battery lasts for 5 years. Not a bad deal.
First (and currently only) tools in the new box. Gonna add to my Knipex collection soon.
I haven't looked through the complete list of what's included yet but this seems like a pretty complete set of sockets for a good price if anyone is looking.
Husky 1/4 in., 3/8 in. and 1/2 in. Drive Socket Set (200-Piece)-H200MSS - The Home Depot
Picked up some new GearWrench 84-tooth flexhead ratchets (1/4", 3/8", 3/8" stubby, and 1/2" long handle), a set of Wera Lasertip screwdrivers, Knipex Cobra 10", Knipex needle nose, and that 200 piece Husky socket set.
Ratchets are here. Knipex stuff got delayed and will be here sometime this week. Screwdrivers will be here tomorrow. These things are nice and hold each position very well. The sizes are perfect to fill in the missing sizes from my current ratchets. I've needed a long handle 1/2" more times than I count. The 3/8" stubby will come I handy as well. Now I just want to get a 3/8" indexable head ratchet as well.
Also went to HF this morning to pick up some socket rails since they have them for $3 per 3-pack. Picked up this 3-pack of drawer organizers as well and got home and realized they fit perfectly. Going to use them for spare nut/bolt storage and storage for other loose tools that dont have a spot (taps, extractors, etc).
More goodies. Complete impulse buy. Saw it and had to have it.
Got my mom a Milwaukee M12 brush-less drill & impact driver kit this weekend. Her 20yo DeWalt 14v drill finally died and locked up on her. Also got her a 50pc set of impact bits. She had no idea I was going to get her a combo so today I ask her how she likes the impact driver and she says "what impact driver"? She looked through it all again and found it in the tool bag. Come to find out she has no idea what a impact is for. I figured that out when she said to me why did you buy me a bunch of bits Ill never use? Now the training begins. Good thing for her she never has to wear ear plugs, just doesn't need to put in her hearing aids
Just ordered some 6-ton jack stands.
Pro-Lift 6-Ton Double Locking Pin Jack Stand with Cast Ductile Ratchet Bar Pair-T-6906D - The Home Depot
While the sale isn't great, it puts these at less than Harbor Freight cost with free shipping to store.
I would spend the extra $25 and get true steel jack stands, cast iron from China is not a considered safe quality product. I plan on selling off mine and replacing them with something similar as below.
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