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  1. khryslerkid

    Pole Saws

    I have one of these. How long the battery will last is up to you.
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    Love my Super Sawzall but.....

    I'd stick with the Ryobi if you already have the batteries. They have a saw for $45 and one for $249. You get what you pay for. I started buying them when they came out with the One+ and got a couple of the big batteries. I really like the line up for the hand tools and the yard tools.
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    Is it just me or do led work lights suck?

    LED lights are too harsh for me. Cast too many hard shadows.
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    Daytona 3 ton jack

    You're right but like everything else, for the money spent, you might as well buy new and throw it away when it's done. Rebuilding a used one can be hit or miss when finding the right kit and when you do it might last it might not.
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    Daytona 3 ton jack

    I opted out for the Pittsburgh 3 ton. No complaints except for the small pad. Just remember it's Harbor Freight. Still had problems getting it under some of these low slung front wheel drive cars with the frame way back under there. Made a set of these from a few 2x8's. They really help.
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    What are these ?(Tools)

    Guess I'm not quick enough. :lol:
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    Tools Explained

    My older brother took a ball peen hammer to his Mustangs front fender after busting his knuckle changing plugs.
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    Tools Explained

    A Tiltrotator. Watch his other videos like tree removal. Makes it look easy plus this attachment is so versatile. (You'll have to back it up to the beginning)
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    Tools Explained

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    Tools Explained

    Who remembers back in the late 70's when the manufacturers started using torque head screws in the headlights? Customer comes in needing a new headlight. Napa down the street has a new one, go to change it and there's this goofy looking screw head holding it in there. Had to track down a torque...
  11. khryslerkid

    IR Laser thermometer recommendations

    This is what I've had for quite some time. Very accurate and still has the original battery. I'm thinking I bought it off Amazon.
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    Tools Explained

    Millimeters becomes the universal measurement in a lot of cases. Dealing with quality control and the company having China making a lot of parts decimal is probably too complicated for them? I ran into some German prints when working on a bearing race machine once. Try reading those...
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    Tools Explained

    Laser Welder. Takes all the fun out of it!
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    Machining Cast Aluminum with an end grinder

    Not if you have the right ones.
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    Machining Cast Aluminum with an end grinder

    4 1/2" sanding disk work pretty good on aluminum. Depends on how much you're trying to remove. They make them for aluminum. Aluminum oxide sanding disk 4-1/2" x 7/8" A/O Resin Fiber Sanding Discs - 25 Pack
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    Machining Cast Aluminum with an end grinder

    Slow RPM and aluminum cutting oil. I always liked TapMagic.
  17. khryslerkid

    American Red Vise Rebuilt

    Ahh, what's the hairy one called?
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    replacing broken Craftsman

    I was working in a shop in the 80s and once a year we took all the broken Craftsman tools to Sears for an exchange. Sometimes we'd have a five gallon bucket full. Then one year they pointing out how some of the screwdrivers didn't have USA on them. No exchange. Well they were the ones they...