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Old 07-16-2006, 09:56 PM   #11
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Congrats, you saved twenty bucks on buying a stubby by hacking the handle off a thirty dollar tool.
J/K, I know how many extras you have floating around...
Cool tool mod...

BTW, I know a guy who once put his Craftsmen ratchet in a hydraulic pressure test rig and turned it into an ingot. The logo was recognizable, so they exchanged it!
Brian.. it was a $10 ratchet...that was what sealed it'* fate. I still have the craftsman side.. anyone think I can get a replacement?
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I still have the craftsman side.. anyone think I can get a replacement?
Make a jagged edge on it, tell them you lost the working end in a rock quarry. They may give you a replacement, Bill. Roll with it. lol
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I still have the craftsman side.. anyone think I can get a replacement?
Make a jagged edge on it, tell them you lost the working end in a rock quarry. They may give you a replacement, Bill. Roll with it. lol
I'd give it a shot, but wtf do you need a rachet in a quarry for?
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Nice tool you got there bud....


So are you going to return that rest of it to sears and say it broke?
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Haven't you ever been to a rock quarry and had to change out the spark plug on yer rock crusher? You aint lived until you do that! j/k There'* alot of rocks up in Enfield. Bonnevilla!!!
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