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#309404 10/23/2004 10:30 PM
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Well the Arcade allowed me to buy this..

1/Craftsman 16 in. Gas Chain Saw
[]http://content.sears.com/data/product_images/071/36026/07136026000-190.jpg[/]

and

1/Homelite 25 CC VacAttack™ Gas Blower/Vacuum/Mulcher
[]http://www.homedepot.com/cmc_upload/HDUS/EN_US/asset/images/eplus/163515_3.jpg[/]

and

1/Weed Eater® 22" Excalibur Gas Hedge Trimmer []http://images.lowes.com/product/024761/024761013604.jpg[/]



I already owned these..

2/Poulan Weed Eater Max SST Trimmer
[]http://i.walmart.com/i/p/00/02/47/61/01/0002476101518_215X215.jpg[/]

2/Lawnboy Mowers
[]http://www.lawnboy.com/images/product_wbm_10655_med_highly.jpg[/]

Craftsman Riding Tractor
[]http://content.sears.com/data/product_images/071/27340/07127340000-190.jpg[/]

The next thing I want is

[]http://content.sears.com/data/product_images/009/22124/00922124000-190.jpg[/]

Craftsman Professional 10 in. Table Saw

Sears item #00922124000 Mfr. model #OR35504

Fully-enclosed, cabinet-style stand with a 1-3/4 hp, 120/240V internal mount motor. Heavy-duty, cast-iron, base-mounted trunnion system for maximum stability and easy adjustments.

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234234 #309405 10/24/2004 12:01 AM
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Methinks Scroungr has a large lawn with lots of trees and hedges.

I have a Lawn Boy mower and a cordless Black and Decker weed whacker that I love. But I still hate mowing.

If I need anything else... I just borrow my neighbor's.

#309406 10/24/2004 12:31 PM
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with all the time you spend here do you have any time to play with these toys?

barbiro #309407 10/24/2004 12:36 PM
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barely

234234 #309408 10/24/2004 12:47 PM
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Looks like you have a good start for props on a "B" type horror flick.

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#309409 10/24/2004 10:56 PM
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It warms my heart to see another fan of Craftsman.

DVORAK #309410 10/24/2004 10:57 PM
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Craftsman I feel are some of the best tools out there next to Snap-On which is hard to find unless ya know a Mechanic

234234 #309411 10/24/2004 11:06 PM
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And their prices are better than Snap-On or Mac or the others. You can always get replacement parts if you can find the part number on what ever needs replaced.

My dad built his house from scratch with a Craftsman table saw. My mom didn't care to see an entire teacher's paycheck pay for it back then, but now realizes it was worth it.

My mom just had a new Kraftmaid kitchen put in that cost more than what it cost to build the entire house in the sixties and early seventies. She still won't admit to us what she spent.

DVORAK #309412 11/06/2004 3:22 PM
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My dad is the same way with Craftsman tools. We call him the Craftsman God.

DVORAK #309413 03/13/2005 12:43 AM
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Funny I came across this post... my fiancé spent over an hour in Sears last week (with me in tow) walking aisle by aisle over tools and lawn care. Seems he was merely taking inventory of items he did not have in our garage.



I must say, I cannot complain. When things break, he's my fix-it guy. And, he is certainly most patient with me on my own sprees.



Btw, any suggestions for a gift tool set he could take with him when traveling cross country in case he runs into car trouble? From what I gather, he carries with only a small case.

Thx tool fans!


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ATP_JD #309414 03/13/2005 1:00 AM
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Well Sandi a few questions.. the kit he has now does it have a flashlite, jumpercables, a pair of pliers and roll of duct tape? cause really thats all ya need... also maybe throw an old belt in there maybe a size 44 incase one of the fan belts goes.. I mean you can always twist the duct tape enough to make a temp fan belt but really thats all ya need

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He has a couple of flashlights, a pliers and a small case with sockets in it. I can ask about the rest since he does have a plastic travel box in the back of his SUV. However, since Craftsman/Sears is a place he likes to shop, I thought maybe there would be an "all-in-one" tool case to replace his motley combination.

Nonetheless, who would have thought duct tape would have so many uses. Thx!


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ATP_JD #309416 03/13/2005 2:35 AM
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You don't need duct tape or even a belt for a fan belt - what is wrong with a pair of ladies tights? (not 100% sure if you call them tights?) - they have got many a motorist going over the years


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Gorlum #309417 03/13/2005 2:44 AM
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well depends... is your name Joe Namath? or do you have a lady close by? if not then ya normally wouldn;t have toghts

Gorlum #309418 03/16/2005 11:41 PM
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Funny... tights are what dancers wear. You might better refer to them as hosiery, or simply pantyhose, if ever you decide to purchase them for your companion. However, I doubt hosiery would do the trick... they're susceptable to runs.


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