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Old 04-23-2013, 02:12 PM   #4551
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:42 PM   #4552
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Does anyone sell Curved tension shower rods ie. no drilling?

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Old 04-24-2013, 01:36 AM   #4553
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Does anyone sell Curved tension shower rods ie. no drilling?

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There's a Bed Bath and Beyond in Bellingham in the same parking lot as Costco. Places like JYSK and Home Outfitters carry the screw version.
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They do not carry the HD4000 but they can special order it which will take a while. Anyone else know if someone has it instock. I need this before this Friday 9pm
Try Leo's on Granville. If they don't carry it, they should be able to recommend someone who does.
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There's a Bed Bath and Beyond in Bellingham in the same parking lot as Costco. Places like JYSK and Home Outfitters carry the screw version.
dont think he's looking for bed bath & beyond since they have 4 stores in the lower mainland


as for the type of Shower Rod you're looking for HachiSix no clue sorry :/ check out Home Depot or Canadian Tire http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/brows....jsp?locale=en
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have you looked at home depot? on bridgeport right outside the bathrooms
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dont think he's looking for bed bath & beyond since they have 4 stores in the lower mainland


as for the type of Shower Rod you're looking for HachiSix no clue sorry :/ check out Home Depot or Canadian Tire Curved Shower Rod | Canadian Tire
lol. I didn't realize they have locations in BC because I've never seen them. I guess I need to head to Coquitlam.

Have been to Home Depot and CT already.

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where can I can get some decent steel toe work shoes/boots? They don't have to that nice, just comfortable enough for regular work shifts

Right now all I can think about is Payless and the right sizes are hard to find usually.
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lol. I didn't realize they have locations in BC because I've never seen them. I guess I need to head to Coquitlam.
lol oh yeah i was pretty surprised myself when i first saw the store i thought a movie was being filmed and they dressed up a Home Outfitters to look like the states turned out it wasnt a movie (oh yeah there's another store to check out Home Outfitters)
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where can I can get some decent steel toe work shoes/boots? They don't have to that nice, just comfortable enough for regular work shifts

Right now all I can think about is Payless and the right sizes are hard to find usually.
Burnaby Shoe Store - Red Wing Shoes - burnaby work boots They have other locations as well.
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where can I can get some decent steel toe work shoes/boots? They don't have to that nice, just comfortable enough for regular work shifts

Right now all I can think about is Payless and the right sizes are hard to find usually.
My second-last set, I got at Walmart. They were really comfy, lasted quite a while.
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where can I can get some decent steel toe work shoes/boots? They don't have to that nice, just comfortable enough for regular work shifts

Right now all I can think about is Payless and the right sizes are hard to find usually.
I have never been in this store but they are on Kingsway east of knight st.couple of doors up from CIBC
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Also take a look at, Dayton Boots.

Depends on your job though, really.

A warehouse or retail warehouse, go to Mark's and spend $100.

Cheap boots will last a couple years in these environments, and hopefully you won't be working at one of those places longer than that.

Construction, go to Red Wing or Dayton and spend $250-400.

Cheap boots will last a few months and kill your feet in construction, but good ones will last a decade or more so they're a worthwhile investment.
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On the topic of shoes...Im looking for running shoes for work...light / flexible / durable for walking on concrete all day.

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Anyone know where I can get a pair of sweat/track pants with no logos anywhere. Went to the usual champs/h&m/bay/etc could not find one in stock and need it asap.
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I go to proveer signs and graphics. its not the best wise in pricing, but the good thing is, you can either buy by per yard, or if you are down, you can buy a 25 yard, or a 50 yard roll (its about $600 taxed in for a 25 yard roll) a roll was enough for my buddies 240SX and we still had like 7 yards left over..

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Anyone know where i can get some Flex Seal locally?? Or something similar with the same quality? Fixing some leaks in the gutter and sunroof of my house.
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