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Old 11-09-2010, 08:41 AM   #11
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Oh, yeah. Your really funny Nick
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The only tool you really need is a pair of vice grips a couple sockets #10 mainly duct tape and some band aids..

You can safely take apart any GM and reassemble

Oh yeah and a case of beer and doritos
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Not to dh2 My Son of a Bitch tool comes in many different sizes. All very useful tools and fly at the same speed and distance. Plus my wife and kids learned to duck and run along time ago.
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The only tool you really need is a pair of vice grips a couple sockets #10 mainly duct tape and some band aids..

You can safely take apart any GM and reassemble

Oh yeah and a case of beer and doritos
Sounds like an old timer who I first setup mobile homes with. Except he substituted yours with vise gribs, two screwdrivers, and electrical tape by the case for yours. As well as Scotch instead of beer. The man nipped all day and gave me the habit as well.
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I think I worked on my old Beretta with a Phillips head, two different flat heads, a 5/16 and a 3/4 socket.
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