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Old 05-16-2005, 03:33 PM   #11
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They might cost that much, but...you then have them for every project from now on.

I picked up the flexible head ratchets once and now that'* all I use.
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Oh yea?! Well I can swap pullies in under 60 seconds!
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Oh yea?! Well I can swap pullies in under 60 seconds!

OOO we can do drunken pulley swap races friday?

Does this count hand tools, and belt on/off?
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Yes....engine has to be started too!
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