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Old 11-05-2009, 03:37 PM
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Mine is running as good as my truck. Got a new knee so I'm interested to see how it goes. Been going over to Sears to walk around and buy tools.
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Old 11-05-2009, 05:48 PM
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Old 11-05-2009, 05:51 PM
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Yep. If u see someone coming up your driveway it could be me.
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Old 11-06-2009, 07:50 AM
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Man, I have a tool problem too, but I don't go buy craftsman anymore. To expensive when Kobalt's quality is higher.
both made from the same company.

I will contest my toolbox to every other toolbox except a snap on/blue point.
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I buy Crafstman cause I can't afford $400 a week payments to SnapOn like when I was working. You must have a select supplier of Kobalt. The function and finish looks like it was the first thing made in china. If I ever want to get rid of a tool Kobalt is the one. I'll give it to someone I don't like.
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Fired up my snow blower today, maybe I'll make it snow sooner I like to buy craftsman tools, they work for me and I like that they are so easy to get replaced if there is a problem, Sears never bats an eye when I go there, never get any grief from them.
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And there's a sale going on still I believe. Got a bunch of sockets cheap and an additional discount when I applied for a credit card. They were the laser etched ones. Now I finally have a bunch of metric sockets in 6 point.
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ive already blowed the snow once, my blower is working top notch!
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Where do u live then? I'll be glad to wait some but there's snow in the predictions.
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my blower rocks, ready for a few feet. as for tools it`s snap-on,
mac, or matco. they hold up for everyday use in shop better.
no trouble to turn in if broke. give it to tool man get new.
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Morning guys. I just fixed up an 89 Toro 824 snowblower,plumbed in a new fuel line and new on off switch, changed the oil,tossed in 2 new belts this weekend, also sanded down the rims and repainted them white,new plug,I'm ready for battle up here in New England. Kinda restoring this one little by little it's pretty mint.
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Hey, try Fluid Film to keep snow from clogging up in the auger and chute. It works excellent as a snow release agent. It also keeps your locks from freezing, among a host of other things....

If you haven't tried and live in the US, just PM me for a sample can.
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I got my new to me 42" snoblower on my Cub tractor about a month ago, but I still need to adjust the shoes and get the chains on the rear tires. Planning on doing that in the next day or so because they are forcasting more normal temps by the end of the week and some measureable snow.
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Same here. What a bummer.
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