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Old 10-07-2006, 12:07 AM   #31
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Oops.

I was going to say "I have a dremel and I'm not afraid to use it!"




But now I think I'll just pack it back in the box and claim it was shipping damage.
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But now I think I'll just pack it back in the box and claim it was shipping damage.
yeah, that'* probably the best bet for not getting in trouble -plus you have the powers that be that can delete posts.
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You got the powa, too Marty. Get my back during the hangover, will ya?
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sure thing boss. ......while I'm sitting on the bar stool in twenty minutes, using a dozen cold Michelob Golden Draft Lights and/or Heinekens to easy the pain in my right hand after washing 4 L67 cars today (95 SLE SC, 96 Park Avenue Ultra, 99 SSEi, and 2000 Park Avenue Ultra).
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This stuff works great. We used it to ship aviation parts.

http://www.uline.com/Group_137.asp
I 2nd the ULINE products, we use their products to ship peices & parts we make in the shop at work.

I think $35 is super cheap for 71lb box like that. A replacement spindle for one of the CNCs at work came in a box like that and weighted 100lbs and shiping was well over $500 coming from the New England area.
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I'm drunk, I have a dremel, and someone sent me an M90.

It'* oging to be a FUN nighT!
SIGGY MATERIAL!!! :P
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