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    New online tool store.

    Pretty much like Harbor Freight.

    http://www.toolprice.com/

    You may have known about it but I just found it.


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    cool

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    I found a Harbor Freight store close by a couple of weeks ago! I was like a kid at a candy store spending $$ that I shouldn't of.

    Nice find Mick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramnj
    I found a Harbor Freight store close by a couple of weeks ago! I was like a kid at a candy store spending $$ that I shouldn't of.

    Nice find Mick.
    HF = China junk, yea some of it is ok, but in the end.. Northern Tool is pretty good though. We have one of then near me also.

    Mickl

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuickMick
    HF = China junk, yea some of it is ok
    Found that out too.

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    I'm a sucker for tools....even if I only use it once....I gotta have it

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    Good link Mick. That flash light on the opening page is $20-30 everywhere else I have seen them.

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    becareful on where you buy those "shake" lights.
    I have a knock-off version and a real one.
    The knock off version has two CR2032 batteries in it to supply power and a peice of lead/metal sliding back and forth to simulate the magnet in the real one.
    The real/authentic shake light has a capacitor that is charged by a magnet that slides back and forth.

    The shake light works on the Faraday Principal. a.k. Faraday's Law

    that one is the real one.

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    Thanks for the heads up Billy.
    You get what you pay for.

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