CLC Tools and Shop Thread

jynx

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Where get?

Ordered direct. Set up an account, get 10% towards your next purchase and free shipping. American company, mostly made in USA. The holders have a twist lock feature that retains the sockets and the sizes are rolled into the socket, not "etched" so they wear off. Very pleased.
 
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Solid use of space for sure. I hung the 2x4 along the length of the container so I can hang big parts like hoods and doors and stuff along it

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How many Monsters do you drink and how much Adderal do you use on a daily basis? You get more done than the average 3 man crew in such a short time. Super jealous of that kind of progress. Bravo
 

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How many Monsters do you drink and how much Adderal do you use on a daily basis? You get more done than the average 3 man crew in such a short time. Super jealous of that kind of progress. Bravo
I swear I’ve been thinking the same thing!
 

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I got the 12Ah battery to use with the blower, and it still goes through it damn fast.

The 3/4" impact is a f'ing beast! Stronger than any air impact I've ever used.
 
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I am pumped I have the chainsaw coming and about another couple of grand in M18 s***. Northern Tool has a lot but the tool only and get a free Battery.

I was looking at the blower so is it good?
 

fountainhead

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You can't compare it to backpack blower, but it's decent for around the house stuff.
 

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I have the blower. It’s great for shop area cleanup but not for a yard.

I think this thing is finished. Super happy with it.

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Also, decided to add the last few feet of the length of this shop so we can put the planter there. It gets hooked up and unhooked once a year and this will give it its own spot out of the way

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