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Old 09-26-2011, 10:39 PM   #1251
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Does anyone know where I can buy a non-regulation sized Table Tennis/Ping-Pong table? and the best place to look in terms of pricing?

I'm not talking about the really small ones lol just slightly smaller than a regular sized one since the game room doesn't have enough room to fit a normal regular sized one.
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not 100% sure on this but theres a billiards etc shop on marine drive by knight street. i went in once and saw a variety of different tables besides pool tables. its in same area as visions. i cant remember the name but you should be able to find out their number and call?
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Where can I get a waterproof or water resistant backpack... Buying it for the gf since she has to commute and walk in the rain. Also any suggestions for brands?
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You want to spend a little less then just get used. a used one is less than half the price. Unless you're balling out of control then get a new one. A good condition used one is no different from a new one and functions the same. Plus you don't need to buy batteries if it comes with it!
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You want to spend a little less then just get used. a used one is less than half the price. Unless you're balling out of control then get a new one. A good condition used one is no different from a new one and functions the same. Plus you don't need to buy batteries if it comes with it!
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my ti83 that belonged to my sister has been in the same working condition as 10 or so years ago. no dead pixels or anything
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Old 09-28-2011, 06:29 PM   #1262
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Looking to get some metric nutserts and the install tool. they are kind of like rivets and expanding anchor bolts but for metal that you only have access to one side to. ie. cross member, frame rail
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Where can I get a nice durable 1/2" torque wrench?
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Looking to get some metric nutserts and the install tool. they are kind of like rivets and expanding anchor bolts but for metal that you only have access to one side to. ie. cross member, frame rail
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Problem with them is, you may have to buy them in larger quantities.
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my ti83 that belonged to my sister has been in the same working condition as 10 or so years ago. no dead pixels or anything
And you're likely to never use the TI-83 and TI-84 after high school. Cheapest is best.
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And you're likely to never use the TI-83 and TI-84 after high school. Cheapest is best.
QFT. No university or college will allow you to use a graphing calculator during exams so it is only ever used in highschool.
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what is that suppose to taste like?
Haven't tasted it yet but apparently it's creamier due to a third packet of "soup base" that's made with beef stew or something. Anyone have any idea where to buy?
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Looking to get some metric nutserts and the install tool. they are kind of like rivets and expanding anchor bolts but for metal that you only have access to one side to. ie. cross member, frame rail
I was given the runaround with all the fastener places when I was looking for these before someone at Pacific Fasteners told me to visit this place:

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They carry a ton of nutserts so they should have whatever you need. I only needed one or two and they hooked me up
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Old 09-29-2011, 02:46 PM   #1272
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Where can I get a nice durable 1/2" torque wrench?
Canadian Tire's Mastercraft Maximum wrenches are actually quite good.

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Old 09-30-2011, 05:27 PM   #1273
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of good quality and less than the $18 futureshop price...and not dollar store stuff

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And you're likely to never use the TI-83 and TI-84 after high school. Cheapest is best.
Im going to be using it for at least 2 years. I dont mind spending a bit more for something i NEED. Besides its only like what 20-30 bucks off a really good condition one.

Maybe ill head down to the states to get one. Heard its like about 80 bucks brand new down there......
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Im going to be using it for at least 2 years. I dont mind spending a bit more for something i NEED. Besides its only like what 20-30 bucks off a really good condition one.

Maybe ill head down to the states to get one. Heard its like about 80 bucks brand new down there......
Cdn Dollar at .95 ish and the gas and time to buy a new graphing calculator........

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