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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 06-19-2006, 10:37 AM Thread Starter
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Gift to myself

http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...id=00935137000



Happy Father's Day to me.
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I got that one a couple months ago when it was on sale for 160

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Happy fathers day, enjoy your gift!

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I attached an image, I don't know why it works for some and not others.
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I attached an image, I don't know why it works for some and not others.

Works for me.
ANd Nice set I love thoes easy to read sockets!

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Works for me.
ANd Nice set I love thoes easy to read sockets!

Same here. I realized the value in the easy-to-see just assembling the darn thing!
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Those are nice tools right there. I've got a ton of Craftsman sockets, wrenches ratchets and just about everything. even a TRUE Craftsman circular saw from bout 30 years ago when they were built to run forever.

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Now that is a good present for yourself.......
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You can never have too many tools.
Thats why they sell the big boxes....
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one day when i grow up, ill have a complete set of tools. not the orphin home for tools that i have now. But it is improving.

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You can ship that straight to the Gas Household..ok Shan?




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Yeah this is my first set of tools, I use to have to go steal my dads everytime I needed to work on my bike.


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my dad was a tractor trailer mechanic. when he passed away i got to keep a bunch of his tools. i have all kinds of big, expensive tools in the shed. the only prob is that i don't know what they are or how to use them. but they are there if i ever need them.

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Those are nice tools right there. I've got a ton of Craftsman sockets, wrenches ratchets and just about everything. even a TRUE Craftsman circular saw from bout 30 years ago when they were built to run forever.

Few can argue the quality of Craftsman tools or their warranty!
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Few can argue the quality of Craftsman tools or their warranty!
simply THE BEST warranty out there. Long live Craftsman tools.

life is but a way of killing time until you die. why care how you live, just have fun while you can.
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I'm with ya guys on craftsman stuff. Many of the mechanics don't like them over the others such Snap On.




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